Westerly view from Gravel Road along bank of Waroona Dam
Waroona Dam, also called Lake Navarino is situated 8km east of Waroona.
Fun on the water
Waroona Dam is a popular place with water skiers.
Easterly view from Gravel Road along bank of Waroona Dam
After a winter of low rainfall, the water level is currently at 39% capacity.
Forest on the northern bank overlooks the Dam
Bush walking is a popular pastime for visitors and campers.
Visitors enjoying recreational activities
Fish Present: Redfin Perch, Rainbow Trout and Marron.
Stocked fish: Rainbow Trout.
A large granite rock in the parking area holds the commemorative plaque.
"This plaque was unveiled on 11th November 1966 by The Hon Ross Hutchinson D.F.C. M.L.A. Minister for Works and Water Supplies to commemorate the official opening of WAROONA DAM. Constructing authority Public Works Department.
Jarrah Forest with understorey of native species
Jarrah Forest with understorey of Grasstrees.
Parking area edged by Trees
Picnic Area surrounded by nature
View through the Trees to the Dam below