Workers Pool is located next to the gently flowing St John Brook and its picturesque river pools. St John Brook Conservation Park is a favourite with locals and visitors for swimming, picnicking and camping.
There are designated camp site bays at Workers Pool, some of which are accessible to small vans.
The park also has a fascinating saw milling history from early last century that is still evident today around Barrabup Pool and along the Old Timberline Trail.
The campground is well appointed and provides long-drop toilets, shaded picnic/camping area, picnic facilities and wood barbecues.
Drinking water is not available, campers must bring enough for their own consumption.
Campfires are usually permitted, in the provided fire rings only, between April 15 and November 30 but fire restrictions may be imposed at any time and without notice.
When fire restrictions are in place campfires must not be lit and any appliance powered by burning solid fuel must not be used. Always comply with any instructions at campgrounds and parks.
Campers´ own liquid or gas fuel barbeques, stoves and heaters can be used at any time, unless a total fire ban has been declared (see Department of Fire and Emergency Services).
Bookings cannot be made. Go to ´Find available sites at other campgrounds´ for the latest information on availability. We cannot give any guarantee of availability of camp sites and we cannot respond to enquiries for specific availability information. Be prepared with an alternative place to stay in case there is no suitable site available.
Picnic or swim at Barrabup Pool.
Camp or swim at Workmans Pool.
Walk or cycle the Old Timberline Trail from Nannup to Cambray siding (20km one way).
Hike or cycle in to the Sleeper Hewer’s Hut on the Old Timberline Trail and camp overnight.
Bird watching and fresh water fishing are popular activities (freshwater fishing licences are required).
8km north-west of Nannup, 60km south-east of Busselton. 10 minutes from Nannup, 40 minutes from Busselton.