WHAT IT’S ALL ABOUT
Eneabba is a small town that was central to a now dormant mineral sands mining area. It is also famous for being surrounded by some of the most extensive wildflower displays with more than 27 different species to be seen per square metre and over 2,000 species in the area. Eneabba is well serviced by local businesses and with the creation of a ‘short-stay’ facility at the Recreation Ground, Eneabba is now a popular stop-over point for travellers.
“MUST DO” EXPERIENCES
1. Lake Indoon
Spend a day on the water at the magestic Lake Indoon, Coolimba-Eneabba Rd.
2. Tathra National Park
Explore Tathra National Park and enjoy the abundant native flora.
3. A night under the stars
Take advantage if the free camp sites and enjoy a night under stars at the Lake Indoon Camping area.
WILDFLOWER AND LOCATIONS
Balga (Grass Trees)
Tathra National Park
As you travel east from Eneabba along the Carnamah Eneabba Road you will drive through Tathra National Park, the Nyungar word for beautiful place. These reserves are a treasure chest of flora and fauna: wildflowers, kangaroos, emus, echidnas and extraordinary birdlife, even a pair of breeding eagles!
Park and take time to wander in among some of the marked tracks to really see some of the lovely vegetation. Remember the great saying though… “take nothing but photographs, leave nothing but footprints”.
Tathra National Park East of Eneabba along the Carnamah Eneabba Road. “Tathara” being the Nyungar word for beautiful place.
Lake Indoon (Coolimba-Eneabba Rd)
BBQ facilities, ablutions & fresh water. Picnic shelters adjacent to the Eneabba Roadhouse.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION & LOCAL CONTACTS
The town of Eneabba lies within & and is serviced by the Shire of Carnamah.