Barrabup Pool is a naturally formed watering hole just outside of Nannup. The peaceful location is a popular swimming and canoeing spot. The surrounding tall native trees provide plenty of shade and the tranquil waters make it a relaxing setting to unwind.
Walk out onto the viewing platform for endless photo opportunities or cast a reel into the water and try your luck at catching lunch. Marron is also a popular find in these waters in season.
Take advantage of the shaded barbeque and picnic facilities or camp overnight to allow more time to explore the surrounding area. Take on the picturesque Old Timberline Rail Trail, a 22 kilometre walk and cycle trail following the old tramway for a truly memorable experience.
Barrabup was once a thriving timber mill town in the early 19th century and as you approach the pool you will see the remains of the mill office, which is the only evidence remaining of its existence.
Barrabup is a 20 minute drive from Nannup and 3 hours 15 minutes south of Perth.
Camping in Western Australia’s natural areas is a special experience. Selected campgrounds from across the state are now bookable online for a trial period.
ActivitiesBirdwatching Camping Canoeing/Kayaking Fishing Swimming Walks