Gabbin Town Hall


4.6 from 13 users


Brindle Street, Gabbin, Western Australia


The Gabbin Community Group have installed a unisex shower and toilet with disabled access at the Gabbin Town Hall and welcome visitors to stop and stay a night or two in the shade of the trees. Gabbin is nearly a ghost town (no shops or other facilities) these days, with only a few houses remaining. Key buildings remain and a Heritage Trail is a walk around the town with interpretive plaques explaining the various historical aspects of the sites. A relaxed couple of nights off the road awaits you.

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Lat: -30.800473 Lng: 117.680418

User Reviews



Great spot. Hot shower with toilet in new building. Very quiet here. Firewood is supplied and great fire pits. Donations are appreciated. Well done Gabbin.


Wow what a great little spot with lots of interesting old heritage places to walk around. Great amenities and spotlessly clean for a donation visit. Amazing camp area. We will be back, thank you Gabbin



4 June - I'd recommend avoiding at the moment. All gravel roads in the area are currently closed, including the entry roads to the camp. Don't know if council can give more info, but if you're planning on travelling through soon after this post, I'd suggest maybe saving yourself the detour and heading to your next best option. I've stayed here before and it is an amazing camp, so hopefully the entry roads will be open again soon.


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