Eaton Campsite

Scouts WA has several campsites around Western Australia that can be accessed by Scout Groups, Schools and Community Groups.

Eaton Campsite is 160km from Perth, a two-hour drive on either South West Highway or Forrest Highway. The camp is on the banks of the beautiful Collie River at Eaton, just 8km from the City of Bunbury and 5 minutes from the shops or beach.

The site caters for mixed accommodation of up to 70 people, plus Leaders. Bunkhouse accommodation and camping facilities are available.

The camp has access to large areas of Riverside Park including walking and cycling paths. The adjacent Collie River is ideal for canoeing, sailing, rowing, fishing, crabbing and other water activities. The campsite has the added attraction of wildlife. Water birds, kookaburras, magpies and possums are regular visitors.

Eaton Campsite has the space, facilities, activities and location to ensure a successful camp.

The Eaton Campsite bunkhouses have 64 beds in four dormitories. There is a well-equipped dining room and kitchen, an outdoor undercover activity area and a hall and reception area. There are ample shower and toilet facilities.

The campsite’s outdoor areas include tent camping sites, an outdoor chapel and a campfire circle.

Eaton Campsite’s convenient location just 8km from the port city of Bunbury allows access to a wide range of activities. See and learn about dolphins at the renowned Dolphin Discovery Centre, go surfing, canoeing, sailing, roller skating, bowling, play indoor beach volleyball, check out the busy port, visit the Big Swamp interpretive centre or visit the nearby forests. Go a little further to see orchards, vineyards and timber towns.

Any group hiring Eaton Campsite has full use of the site’s equipment, including canoes, bikes, push buggies, table tennis and bush golf.

The campsite is available for day hire at a basic cost of $20.00 per person. Minimum charges may apply. For booking enquiries, please contact us on or 08 9525 1210.

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