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Best Caravan Parks in WA

Best Caravan Parks in WA

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You don’t need to pay a fortune to have a holiday by the sea.

From the south coast to the north, Western Australia is packed with breathtaking camping and caravan spots that offer greater views than a 5-star hotel. Enjoy surf breaks, snorkelling, swimming, kayaking, beach fishing, boating and more and these top-rated holiday parks. We've listed some of the Best Caravan Parks in WA for you. 

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Address: 520 Lake Argyle Rd, Lake Argyle WA 6743

Think you need to pay a fortune for a stay with an epic pool? Think again. Lake Argyle Caravan and Camping Park in Kununurra in the Kimberley is home to one of the world’s best infinity pools, with views right over the Kimberley. Spend the night in the holiday park’s sleek villas, or park at one of the camping and caravan sites. It gets better – there’s also an on-site restaurant with a beer garden.  


Address: East Ave, Peaceful Bay WA 6333

As the name suggests, Peaceful Bay Caravan Park is one of the most calming places in the world – and home to a killer fish and chip shop. Set up camp in between the tranquil bay and the lush Walpole-Nornalup National Park. You’ll have access to amazing beaches, 4WD tracks, bushwalking and fishing opportunities. 


Address: 10 Earnshaw Rd, West Busselton WA 6280

Let’s face it, instant coffee sucks, and finding a decent flat white on the road often seems impossible – but not at BIG4 Beachlands. When you check in, you can pre-order a barista-made coffee and have it delivered to your caravan door (or tent flap) the next morning. Kids will love the cutting-edge NEOS 360, which combines the speed and fun of electronic games with aerobic exercise. The park also caters to your furry friends, with dogs welcome on campsites.


Address: Hamelin Bay Rd W, Hamelin Bay WA 6288

Famous for its stingrays and immaculate beaches, Hamelin Bay Holiday Park is a beautiful spot to set up camp. There are 95 powered sites, 25 unpowered sites and several large spots suitable for caravans. Each is located within metres of the beach and sits under a canopy of peppermint trees. Throughout the day, keep an eye out for the massive stingrays that inhabit the region. 


Address: Roberts St, Jurien Bay WA 6516

An easy two-hour drive north of Perth, Jurien Bay Tourist Park guarantees an effortless beach getaway with the kids. The park backs on to the beach, with easy access to a children’s playground, café, jetty and paths for bike riding. The sheltered and safe turquoise waters of the beach are great for swimming, surfing, fishing and kayaking. As for accommodation, choose from powered and unpowered camping sites, or the comfortable cabins.


Address: 1 Wave Rock Rd, Hyden WA 6359

Not all of the state’s top caravan parks are by the beach. Wave Rock Caravan Park is located at the base of the impressive formation of the same name. There’s a pool to keep the family entertained, a large playground and a spacious camp kitchen. As for the Wave Rock itself, it stands 14 metres high and approximately 110 metres long. Explore the walking trails and check out the nearby Mulka’s Cave – it’s home to some of the most significant Aboriginal Rock art sites in the state. As the area is covered in sand, make sure if you’re camping to bring a shade cloth.


Address: 8113 Bussell Hwy, Cowaramup WA 6284

Experience the wine, food, nature and surf of the Margaret River region at Big4 Taunton Farm Holiday Park. If you’re with the kids, they’ll love the daily farm animal feedings, farm walks, outdoor craft sessions and movie nights. As for the adults, bring your bike and set out on a two wheeled adventure to the vineyards, farmers markets and nearby trails.


Address: 91 Benara Rd, Caversham WA 6055

Nestled in the Perth foothills, Discovery Parks Swan Valley is the perfect spot to base your stay when exploring the famous Swan Valley Wine region. Choose from rustic cabins, powered and unpowered sites, suitable for tents and caravans. Most importantly, while you’re in town, stop by Ugly Duckling WinesLittle River Winery and Sittella for a taste of the region’s finest grapes. 

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