Donnelly River

Donnelly River Village to Pemberton | Distance: 109km

Diversions & Other Impacts

  • Temporary closure of Beedelup Falls access road

    Location: Beedelup National Park

    Beedelup Falls access road within Beedelup National Park will be closed on Tuesday 11 May and Wednesday 12 May 2021 due to road resealing. 

    Beedelup Falls recreation area will be closed during this period.

  • Boarding House campsite shelter closure

    Location: South of One Tree Bridge

    The shelter at Boarding House campsite is undergoing construction from 27 April 2021 and will be temporarily unavailable until further notice.

    The campsite remains open for access to tent sites, the toilet and water during the construction period. 

    Walkers must carry and use their tent unless they wish to double from Tom Road campsite to the next avilable shelter at Beavis campsite, some 45km.

    For your safety adhere to and follow all signage and instructions from Parks and Wildlife and construction staff.

    For further information, please contact the Parks and Wildlife Service Pemberton office on (08) 9776 1207.

  • Limited water at Beavis

    Location: North of Pemberton

    Walkers are advised that there is limited drinking water at Beavis Campsite. The water tank has been cleaned out and jerri cans have been provided.

    The tank will fill with rain over time. Please use water wisely.

    For further information, please contact the Parks and Wildlife Service Pemberton office on (08) 9776 1207.

  • Closure of vehicle access points

    Location: Between Donnelly River Village and Graphite Rd

    Tom Road and Panda Road (previously Donnelly Drive) have been closed indefinitely to vehicles between the intersections of Gregory/Tom roads and Gregory/Gordon roads due to the deterioration of road bridges and lack of funding for the department to repair them.

    Vehicle points marked on the map to access the Bibbulmun Track at these points will no longer be available from 22 April 2015.

    For more details contact the Department of Parks and Wildlife office in Pemberton on (08) 9776 1207.