Potters Gorge, Wellington Dam

We last stayed here in March, 2018. We drove in from Collie that time. This time we were coming from close to Donnybrook. We drove through Gnomesville, along a bumpty section of gravel road, over a bridge below the dam with a huge spray of water from the dam resulting in a shining creek the other side of the bridge, past the lookout and kiosk and down into the forest again to our campsite.

In March there were few campers, this time there are lots, including kids. When we arrived we were very aware of the children and have a sleeping tent close to our van. I expected them to be quite noisy this morning, but there was no sound whatsoever.

Our spot, site 13, is right on the end of our little street with no obstruction to the water. This was purely by chance. We were disappointed last time when our original view was blocked by someone camping lower down. It’s beautiful here. As before, we find it a really good campsite on the expansive Wellington Dam. There is a dump point and rubbish bins just outside the camp, very convenient. The long drop toilets are clean and there is rain water available, it must be boiled vigorously if you want to drink it.

We booked online before coming here, a necessity in summer, not so necessary in winter.

We haven’t had good sunsets on this trip and last night was no exception. It was still lovely to be here and nicer than the photos suggest.

our spot at Potters Gorge (1 of 1)

view 1 (1 of 1)

view 2 (1 of 1)

We woke up to a sunny morning.

morning2 (1 of 1)

morning (1 of 1)

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