Even a serious outdoor lover may find it difficult to choose the most suitable caravan park in Western Australia.
In fact, finding the best caravan park or camping site can be hit and miss for most people.
The best camping sites in WA should have two important things in common – activities for the entire family to enjoy and outstanding facilities.
Our range of OPUS Campers and OPUS Caravans are perfect for these parks.
Here are 8 of the best caravan parks in Western Australia.
- Mandurah Caravan Park
- Coalmine Beach Holiday Park
- Karri Aura Caravan Park
- Wintersun Caravan Park
- Kimberleyland Holiday Park
- Taunton Farm Holiday Park
- Gracetown Caravan Park
- Mandalay Tourist Park
Mandurah Caravan Park
The Mandurah caravan park is located just 10 minutes from the Mandurah Foreshore.
Kids can enjoy their stay in the park with pedal karts, kid’s playground, and a swimming pool.
The campsite has a barbecue gazebo and kitchen to prepare your meals and enjoy the stay. You will also find a coffee area and limited kiosk onsite.
The caravan park consists of powered tent sites, trailer and boat storage facilities, and chalets that are ideal for the whole family.
All accommodation comes with a fully-equipped kitchen, microwave, TV, DVD, and reverse cycle air conditioning.
Coalmine Beach Holiday Park
This holiday park is located within the Walpole-Nornalup National Park. It overlooks the calm waters and exotic Nornalup Inlet.
You can choose between cosy cabins and fully-equipped chalets or set up your own campervan, tent or caravan.
Coalmine Park comes with a recreation room, three camper kitchens, boat storage yard, kid’s playground, TV, and table tennis table.
Make sure you make your reservations in advance to avoid the last minute rush.
Karri Aura Caravan Park
This camping site is located just 4.4 km from Denmark, Western Australia.
This park has powered grassed sites, unpowered grassed sites, powered ensuite bays, and all the facilities needed for you to have a great camping trip.
The site boasts sunset views, rural ocean and inlet views. It also has a limited number of disabled friendly bays with wheelchair access.
The motel suite is ideal to sleep a maximum of three people.
Wintersun Caravan Park
This camping site is ideal for a stopover when you are travelling to Coral Bay, Red Bluff, Shark Bay, Exmouth or the Karijini National Park.
The park is located in Carnarvon – a central location to all these places.
This caravan park comes with self-contained cabins, camping sites, chalet accommodation, an eight-rink bowling green, a swimming pool, camper’s kitchen, recreation room, kid’s playground, and wireless internet access.
Kimberleyland Holiday Park
Kimberleyland Park comes with uninterrupted views of the aesthetically appealing rock formation of Sleeping Buddha.
Located on the waterfront of Lake Kununurra, you get deluxe waterfront cabins with air conditioning and TV facilities, grassed tents, and caravan sites.
The park also consists of a shop, a pay phone, Wi-Fi access, as well as a book exchange.
There is a pool, free gas barbeques, kid’s playground, and canoes for hire.
Taunton Farm Holiday Park
This is a farm-themed caravan park located in the heart of the surf region of the Margaret River. It offers farm-style self-contained cottages for guests.
Some of these have access to wheelchairs.
There is a woodland camping area, barn-style camping sites, free gas barbeque, kitchen with log fire, and a host of other facilities.
Gracetown Caravan Park
This park is situated in a bushland setting just 2.5 km from the beach. It’s central to the Margaret River region.
The caravan park offers a wide range of accommodation including standard chalets, self-contained spa chalets, non-powered camping sites, and powered sites.
Mandalay Tourist Park
This caravan park is situated between Dunsborough and Busselton.
The site offers a wide range of facilities such as cabins, powered sites with wheelchair access, two and three bedroom accommodation, pool table, bike hire, table tennis, and adventure playgrounds.
With plenty of caravan parks in WA, choosing the right one isn’t easy. Finding the best site can be hit or miss at times.
Hopefully, this article helps you when it comes to choosing the best caravan parks in Western Australia.