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Lake Kepwari

Lake Kepwari

The lake is located within the south-west region of Western Australia, 15km south east of Collie. The name Lake Kepwari comes from local Willman language “ Kepwari” meaning “ playing in water”.

This piece of paradise has something for everyone, with a designated water ski area on the lake with a boat ramp, with calm waters that are perfect for swimming and canoeing activities on the lake. You can even try your luck fishing for redfin, perch or even try catch a marron, but please be aware that there is a fishing season and license is required.

Lake Kepwari also provides not one but two day use picnic areas with stunning views. Gas barbecues are provided.

Dogs are more then welcome, but they must remain on a leash at all times.

There is nothing like camping by the lake with friends and family so book in fast as spots are limited.


Be prepared as tank water is available but it is not treated. All water should be treated before drinking by vigorous boiling for at least one minute. Please use water sparingly. Generators are permitted from 8am – 6pm, provided they are not overly noisy. Booking are essential when camping at Lake Kepwari

Rubbish bins are not provided. Please take your rubbish home with you and leave all areas clean and tidy.

Campfires are only permitted seasonally and in provided firerings only. The usual permitted season is April – November. These dates may be extended. Bring your own fire wood , do not chop live trees or use dead wood on the ground. Ground fires are not permitted at any time. For more information please see here.

Boating and Water Skiing 

There is designed water ski area on the lake with a boat ramp and designated parking for boat trailers. For boating regulations and safety  information please check


For fishing seasons and licenses please visit here



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