Helena Aurora Range Camping Trip

Get to know the beautiful Helena Aurora Range over the Queen's Birthday Long Weekend.

The ancient Helena Aurora Range (Bungalbin) is characterised by its large banded ironstone rock formations, beautiful wildflowers, vast stretches of eucalypt woodland and tall, inland whitegums. From the top of the range, visitors are treated to unspoilt views of the Great Western Woodlands as far as the eye can see.

This springtime camping experience is the perfect opportunity to see for yourself why this pristine and unique part of the world is worth protecting and why we’re calling for it to become WA's newest national park. 

Register your interest here: 

Depart Perth (City West Lotteries House, 2 Delhi St) 
8am Sat 24 Sept; 

Arrive Southern Cross BP service station 1pm; depart for range 1.45pm; arrive at range and set up camp 4pm. 

Return on Monday 26 Sept. 

(The Helena Aurora Range is six hours drive from Perth: 4 hours to Southern Cross and then 2 hours north to the range, the last hour of which is on a good dirt road. Carpool options are available so please advise if you have spare seats to offer or if you are in need of transport.)

You can read for about it here: 

We will email you with a very detailed camping guide (necessary for the trip) that has directions, necessary equipment etc, once you have expressed interest: 

Please visit the facebook event page or email wa@wilderness.org.au for more information. 

Hope to see you there.

September 24, 2016 at 8am - September 26, 2016
Helena & Aurora Range
2 Delhi St
West Perth, WA 6005
Google map and directions
The Wilderness Society WA ·