This is a hosted stay through Hipcamp, below is the information provided by the Host regarding their offering.
Wongin Mia – 3912 Frankland-Cranbrook Road, Cranbrook. The property is a carbon farm that is a part of the Gondwana Link project, featuring 400 archers of revegetated bushland and 100 archers of remnant bush along a winter creek. It’s a great place for bird watchers. We have wildflowers all year round, but the spring months bring an abundance of Orchids and wildflowers. Bush lovers will be inspired by plenty of wildlife. You can have a campfire in winter, although you will need to bring some firewood, there’s plenty of kindling. The campsite is level, grassy, and suits self-contained campers who bring their camping toilet/shower and drinking water supply. We are about an hour’s drive north of Albany and 300 kilometres south of Perth. The property is pretty close to the Stirling Range National Park, Porongurup National park, Frankland wine district and lake Poorrarecup. Wong Mia makes an excellent base for exploring this picturesque area.