Open ALL Year Round
4850 Salt River Road
Amelup (Stirling Ranges)

Mobile: 0419 751 801
Margot and John Byrne - camp owners and hosts.
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There is plenty of space at Mt Trio Bush Camp & Caravan Park.

We welcome ‘caravanners’ and campers - singles, couples, families and groups.

Bookings are required for POWERED sites only during school holidays. Please use
our BOOKING ENQUIRIES page or contact us at or by
telephoning 0419 751 801.

The camp is perfect for schools and tour groups.

Please email or phone if your group is interested in staying with us - at or on 0419 751 801.
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Upon arrival at the Camp Ground & Caravan Park …..

STEP 1: Please pay at the Front Entrance.

STEP 2: Envelopes are provided, please fill out the details and place your payment inside or fill out your mastercard/visa details with your card's expiry date.

STEP 3: Tear off the receipt on the envelope and place on the dash of your vehicle as proof of payment.

STEP 4: Place your envelope inside the PAYMENT BOX.

STEP 5: Please then choose your own site, the one that best suits you. A map of the powered and unpowered sites is next to the payment box.

Camp Kitchen
One of the best camp kitchens you will see.

This wonderful outdoor undercover kitchen provides campers with preparation areas, free gas barbeques, fridge/freezers, microwaves, toasters, kettles, fresh water and seating & tables.

A fire pit is also provided for those that wish to cook on hot coals*.

* Subject to fire restrictions
Toilets and Showers
Flushing toilets and HOT CLEAN showers are the little luxury you need after a bush walk through the Stirling Ranges.

Campers are always pleasantly suprised by our clean facilities.

There are disabled facilities as well as is a baby’s bath and change table.

Power is available for hairdryers etc.
Log Fire
An open fire is provided near the camp kitchen for the enjoyment of all
campers.  Here many yarns are swapped over a glass of red wine.
Impromptu sing-a-longs and poetry recitals occur and the kids toast their marshmallows *.

A fire pit is also provided for those that wish to cook on hot coals*.

* Subject to fire restrictions

No private fires please due to bushfire risk!
Table Tennis / Information Room
This indoor/outdoor room provides the chance to have a friendly table tennis table challenge.

Here you can also ‘identify ‘the ORCHIDS you have found on your walks by comparing them with the stunning photographs taken locally by our own Jarrad Dawson. There are also some wonderful wildflower, bird, reptile and fauna pics.

.....And for the younger children a small confined grass area and sandpit is situated just off this room.

Please feel free to browse through our information board where you can find maps and brochures about mountain walks and attractions, as well information on the south of WA.

Camp Nature Trail and Bush Walks
A special little Nature Trail has been developed at the camp for those campers who would like to experience the Stirling Ranges without climbing a mountain. This walk abounds in orchids during wildflower season. There are also other walks from the camp and maps can be found in the Table Tennis Room.
Fuel, Meals and Provisions
Amelup Road House is the closest fuel outlet approx 15km away on Chester Pass Road.  You can also buy limited provisions, takeaway meals and coffee from Amelup. The Bluff Knoll Cafe, provides sit down and takeaway meals, coffee and limited provisions. Opening hours are listed in the Table Tennis Room.
Small lap dogs by arrangement only. Please call 0419 751 801.
Mobile Phones/Television
Most 3 and 4 G mobile phones have network coverage from the campground or at least nearby. TV reception is by satellite only.
For those that get stuck, Laundry facilities are available.
Camp Lounge - The Bluff Knoll Ski Club HQ
An indoor/outdoor Camp Lounge known as the Bluff Knoll Ski Club HQ lounge provides shelter from colder nights. The lounge has a specially designed
wood heater by Richard ‘Bear’ Hoar made from tractor brake drums.

Wood is supplied for the heater.