Wildflowers are on show now spring is here. In the Eastern Wheatbelt of Western Australia, the town of Kulin is going above and beyond to attract us RV travellers.
Located in the town’s centre, the Kulin Caravan Park guests contribute an amount which they feel their stay and experience is worth.
They say this is a unique financial model that is centred on the values of trust, generosity and respect.
With drive through bays, new ensuite style ablutions, laundry, powered sites, BBQ and pet friendly, this offer is available to bona fide visitors and tourists for up to 5 consecutive nights.
Understandably, additional nights are charged at council’s set rate. It also excludes the Kulin Bush Races event period.
As an RV Friendly Town, Kulin also proudly provides free 72 hour parking for fully self contained vehicles.
This includes access to potable water and a free dump point, all in the new Discovery Zone at Kulin with landscape gardens, creeks, picnic tables and BBQs, playground, skate park, pump track and Ninja Warrior Course.
What to see and do
- Make Kulin your base to see the quirky Tin Horse Highway, a 12 km bitumen road towards Jilakin Race Track. CAMPS traveller, Michael Lennon says, “Over a number of years local farmers have erected many comical metal sculptures featuring horses along the highway. A trip to see them could be timed so as tourists can combine it with the Kulin Bush Races which are usually held around the beginning of October. Details of both can be found online at https://www.visitkulin.com.au/see-do/experiences/tin-horse-highway”
- Wildflower walks
- Local history and architecture
- Wave Rock day trips
- Aquatic Centre. At 182 metres long and 18 metres high, when built, their waterslide is the biggest in regional Western Australia!
Images courtesy Pat Auld