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Wave Rock The Camp 8
Camping

NEW listing – Wave Rock The Camp, Western Australia

Wave Rock The Camp  is a nature based unpowered campsite, located a short distance from iconic Wave Rock in Hyden, WA.  Nestled amongst 16 hectares it offers 11 large sites with access to potable water and flushing toilets. If you like to camp under woodland skies, this is ideal. All sites are generous in size and the fee is $25 per night for the site. It’s a cosy place to stay while visiting iconic Wave Rock and a perfect base for visiting the many local attractions like the Humps, walking trails or Mulka’s caves. Iconic Wave Rock is 15 metres

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Shark Bay WA
Beaches & Coasts

Why visit Shark Bay, Western Australia?

Eagle Bluff Shark Bay World Heritage Area is situated on the Western Australian Coast, it is actually two bays – and it is area you do not want to miss. Situated north of Kalbarri, and south of Carnarvon on the beautiful WA coastline, all of these favourites are accessible with a conventional vehicle: Wild dolphins at Monkey Mia Monkey Mia, probably what we knew the area best for, before our visit. We wanted to check it out and compare it to our very own Tin Can Bay – also known for feeding wild dolphins. It is best to arrive early and

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Camps Australia Wide - Denham Caravan Park
Beaches & Coasts

New ownership at Denham Seaside Caravan Park, Western Australia

Denham Seaside is the most westerly Caravan Park in Australia, where you can watch the country’s last sunset from your RV. We stayed at this caravan park a few years back, and they were kind enough to accommodate us in their overflow area during the busy WA school holidays.  It was a great base to explore beautiful Shark Bay attractions, stromatolites at Hamelin Pool, Shell Beach and feed dolphins at Monkey Mia. And much more. The new owners since 2018, Clive and Margaret Johnson, Rhys and Hayley Johnson, Aimee and Scott Wilson, also also run Mandalay Resort at Busselton, WA. Manager Colleen Chambers

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Dawson River Tourist Park Taree - Image Cynthia Fitton
General

We love to hear from you

Dawson River Tourist Park Taree – Image Cynthia Fitton We thank everyone for the wonderful images sent through for Caravan Parks 5, and this lovely feedback from our last newsletter: Thank you for your email, info and pics re Beacon & Bencubbin in WA.  I am leaving Perth with Coco my little dog on Thursday for an extended caravanning trip around our great country.  Being born and bred in WA country area I will change my itinerary and look forward to calling into these two towns in the next few days before heading across the Nullabor. Thank you again for your

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Camping

It is wildflower time in WA!

New listing, Hi Vallee Farm is situated in the floristically rich Lesueur area, Western Australia. Owner Don Williams says, “We do have some wildflowers all year round. The surrounding area is also great for wildflowers and other attractions such as Stockyard Gully Caves.” Said Don, “It is our very busy time. The campers that we have in right now have Camps 9.” Peak time indeed, because it is wildflower season in WA.  Although the camp priced just over the our budget $ symbol, it is unique. You can take wildflower tour with local experts. They say, one fifth of the property has been left

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Bencubbin Caravan Park clothes line area
Budget Campsite

Beacon and Bencubbin beckons

Beacon Caravan Park is WA site no 452, in CAMPS 9 and site 20 in CARAVAN PARKS 4. The caravan park has a amenities included for disabilities, BBQ and it is pet friendly.

When updating their listing last week, we

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Taunton Farm
Camping

Featured Caravan Park – Taunton Farm WA

We are checking on sites all over Oz at the moment for the next Caravan Parks book out later this year. Calling WA, I have been revisiting our big lap – and was pleased to hear that nothing much has changed

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Bungle Bungle Caravan Park
Bucket List

Bungle Bungle Caravan Park, Western Australia

Stay at the Gateway of Purnululu National Park and have more time to enjoy the Bungle Bungles. Manager of Bungle Bungle Caravan Park, Lorraine Lee told CAMPS that, “We have a lot of people come and stay and take a tour with us. We fly our own helicopters and …

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