Shire of Boddington

Boddington Lions Rodeo

Saturday 6 November 2021

 

Since its inception in 1976, the Boddington Lion's Club has successfully run the Lions Rodeo annually on the first Saturday in November each year. Recognised as the largest Rodeo in Western Australia the Rodeo Weekend has something in store for everyone.

For more information about the Lions Rodeo visit:  www.boddingtonlionsrodeo.com.au.

RODEO COURTESY BUS

CAMPING 

Rodeo overflow camping is now at capacity.

Please see the following website for alternative options: Accommodation | Boddington Lions Rodeo

If you have a campsite booking, maps and information have all been emailed to the person who made the original booking.

Sites E - 7E are all located on the Golf Course

Campsite Maps:

Site A - Firndale Oval (School Oval)

Site B - Rear of Caravan Park

Site C - Memorial Park

Site D - Pollard Street

Golf Course Overview Map

Site E

Site 2E

Site 3E

Site 4E

Site 5E

Site 6E

Site 7E

Town Map

Camping Conditions for Overflow Camping Areas

 

Welcome to The Shire of Boddington Overflow Camping Area.

The following guidelines are intended to assist in ensuring that everyone is afforded the respect and courtesy that they deserve when staying in the overflow camping area.

 

  • Site Camping Permits are to be clearly displayed on vehicle windscreens at all times while using the overflow facility.
  • Fires are not permitted.
  • No generators please.
  • Please camp only in your designated site.
  • Speed limit in the overflow camp area is 5 km/hour.
  • Disposal facilities are provided for the area, please use them to keep area clean.
  • Keep noise to a minimum between 10pm and 7am. Be respectful of other campers.
  • A dump point is located on Johnstone Street, at the Old Shire Depo Yard.
  • No glass is permitted in the camping area.

 

We appreciate your support and assistance in making this a great experience for all!

 

Please contact the Police on the below number for any anti-social behaviour and/or noise complaints.

 131 444 – POLICE