Lake Leschenaultia is a family friendly campground in a nature reserve. It is not a party venue. Guests displaying anti-social, offensive or disruptive behaviour will be asked to leave the campground immediately.
Doors to the ablution blocks should be locked (with your allocated facilities key) after park opening hours.
If you need to leave the park after hours please ensure you lock the main gate (with your allocated facilities key).
At least one parent must be present and responsible at all times for young people under 18 years of age. Bookings for groups of unaccompanied young people will not be permitted and proof of age may be required.
is permitted at the campgrounds, however responsible consumption and behaviour
is expected. Underage drinking will not be tolerated and police will be called.
Booking Alterations and Refund
Please refer to the Booking Alteration and Refund Terms for information applicable to any changes made to your camping booking.
The camp kitchen is equipped with a fridge/freezer, hot and cold water (suitable for drinking).
Shire of Mundaring has been guided by the Caravan and Camping Act 1995 definition of a Campground to determine what vehicles can be permitted at the camping grounds.
In addition to allowing tents to camp at the lake, the Shire has deemed that the prescribed vehicles include camper trailers (travel length) and camper vehicles less than six metres long. Refer to Trailers and Campers at Lake Leschenaultia.
An onsite caretaker is available to assist campers, monitor behaviour and evacuate the campsite in the event of an emergency.
Camp sites are available from 12 noon. Campers need to register and pay at the Park Office between 3.30pm and 5pm. A registration form is to be completed and campers need to read and agree to the Campground Terms and Conditions.
Check-out, site vacation and key return must occur no later than 10am on the day of departure.
Between 1 April and 31 May – Restricted Burning Period. Camp fires are only permitted after 6pm, only in the fire pits provided at each campsite and must be out by 11pm and FULLY extinguished before midnight (fully extinguished means no heat, smoke or steam and no white ash).
Between 1 June and 30 September camp fires are only allowed in the fire pits provided at each campsite.
Between 1 October and 30 November - Restricted Burning Period. Camp fires are only permitted after 6pm, only in the fire pits provided at each campsite and must be out by 11pm and FULLY extinguished before midnight (fully extinguished means no heat, smoke or steam and no white ash).
Between 1 December and 31 March - Prohibited Burning Period. NO camp fires are permitted. This period may be extended earlier or later depending on prevailing weather conditions at the time. Gas BBQ's and burners are allowed but they must only be used in a cleared area.
For daily campsite fire conditions please refer to Lake Leschenaultia Campfire Conditions.
Dry fire wood can be provided (when fires are permitted) for $16 per bag.
All sites are issued a facility key that can access Number 5 Emergency Exit Gate, the toilet blocks, and the main entry gate. A lost key charge of $65 will be pursued for any lost or un-returned keys.
Please note you will need strong pegs, at least 10mm diameter, to cater for the hard ground, or bring an electric drill with a 200-300mm long masonry auger, sized for your pegs.
Please do not leave any valuable items outside your tent overnight or during the day if you are away from your site. Parents are responsible for their children (for their safety and the comfort of others). No responsibility will be taken by Park Management for any loss or damage to persons, property or equipment.
Only the nominated number of people on the booking are allowed to camp overnight on the booked site. Visitors must leave before park closing time.