Logue Brook Dam – Lake Brockman

Logue Brook Dam / Lake Brockman

Directions: 10km south of Yarloop on the South Western Highway, turn left onto Logue Brook Dam Road, travel for  18km. You will find a lovely shady picnic area below the dam wall with tables, wood barbeques and a pit toilet. Turn left off Logue Brook Dam Road: before you come to the dam, travel a short distance down the sealed road.

Skiing and Swimming

A popular skiing/swimming dam with crystal clear water for the family to enjoy. Water skiing is to be carried out in an anti-clockwise direction and is permitted between the hours of SUNRISE and SUNSET only. Water skiing is prohibited within 60 metres of the foreshore except within the designated water ski takeoff and landing areas. Taking off or landing of skiers is prohibited except within the two designated water ski takeoff areas.  A maximum 5 knot speed limit applies in all other areas as indicated on map. Personal Water Craft (PWC) are not permitted in any water ski areas unless they are being used to tow a skier. Click here to view Logue Brook Dam Camping Codes.

As of April 2008 – All skippers will require a Recreational Skipper’s Ticket to be in charge of a vessel with a motor of more than 4.5 kilowatts (6hp). Don’t forget the sun screen. Lake Brockman Tourist Park has refreshments and other treats for your convenience. There is also a caravan park and holiday camp at the dam if you wish to stay for awhile.


There are four camping areas within the Logue Brook Dam zone. Only one of these is open all year round, the other three are seasonal only, (open during peak periods as overflow). Currently none of the camp sites has designated bays. Logue Brook Dam has a number of picnic sites as well as camping and access for water-skiing, boating and fishing. Water-skiing is the prime reason for visiting Logue Brook Dam, however there are many forest tracks to walk and explore.

  • The forest comes alive in wildflower season.
  • Best time to visit: All year round.
  • Unlicensed off-road vehicles are not permitted on DEC-managed lands.
  • Camping fees apply.
A total fire ban is in force throughout the Wellington District from 15 December to 14 March, inclusive. The ban includes all open fires for the purpose of cooking or camping. Low rainfall and/or hot conditions may see fire bans extended indefinitely beyond this date.

The camping site is set among jarrah forest on the banks of the lake that is formed by the dam wall. The water in the lake is used for irrigating the local farm land at the base of the scarp. Trout and marron fishing is permitted within the dam in season – contact local Department of Fisheries for further information.

Bookings do not apply at this campground. It operates on a first come – first served basis.

Special Conditions:

Unlicensed off-road vehicles are not permitted on DEC-managed lands.

Legal camping past the Saddlebank (second wall) area, from the toilet block onwards. Bush camping available in designated areas around the dam. Please ensure you dispose of litter appropriately.  Fees are: Adults- $7.50 each, concession $5.50 each, and children (6- 15 years) $2.20 each.  Fees are inclusive of GST.  DEC Rangers collect all fees.  Rangers are on patrol 24 hours a day to ensure that regulations are adhered to and camping receipts are checked. Dogs are permitted providing they are on a lead at all times and must not enter the water.

Fishing and Marroning

Fishing and Marroning are a great pastime (in season with license – available from the Harvey Post Office). This dam is frequently restocked with trout.

Bike Riding

Get back to nature – Ride a section of the Munda Biddi Trail. Enjoy the beauty of the jarrah and marri forest. Listen to the cries of the Red-tailed Black Cockatoos.


Logue Brook Dam Road,
Western Australia

08 9729 1122


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