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1    Western Australia: general 

 

2    Perth - Swan & Canning Rivers 
3    Mandurah & environs - Murray & Serpentine rivers 
4    Harvey Dam
5    Guilderton - Moore River 
6    Bridgetown - Blackwood River
7    Pemberton & environs - Donnelly River and Lake Jasper 
8    Pemberton - Northcliffe & environs - Warren River   
9    Bunbury & environs - Preston River, Boyanup to Bunbury 
10  Walpole & environs - Deep & Frankland rivers, Nornalup & Walpole inlets
11  Walpole & environs - Broke Inlet
12  Walpole & environs - Irwin Inlet 
13  Bremer Bay & environs   

*Useful Phone Nos. - CALM rangers
Paddlers going to remote areas of the national parks may wish to consult CALM rangers. They can provide info which may affect the planning of a trip, eg., road closures, water levels of rivers/inlets. They welcome feedback - if you discover a fallen tree across the road or other conditions about which the rangers should know they urge you to notify them -even car break-ins (these are not frequent!). Also it's a good idea to notify them of your plans - eg., to aid emergency evacuation in case of fire or flood! They can also advise if your favourite 'remote' camping spot is already full of fishermen!
Albany (08) 9842 4500
Collie (08) 9734 1988
Fitzgerald River National Park: Jacup (08) 9841 6346; Hopetoun (08) 9838 3060; Gairdner River (08) 9837 1022
Manjimup (08) 9771 7988
Margaret River (08) 9780 5500
Northcliffe (08) 9776 7095
Pemberton (08)9776 1207   National Park Ranger after hours: (08) 9776 1436
Walpole (08) 9840 1027   Senior National Park Ranger after hours: (08) 9840 1204; mob 0429 370 11
 



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