Western Australia’s Best Caravan Parks
Instead of spending big bucks on an overseas trip, stay in WA and experience the wonders of the West Australian coastline, or travel east in WA to see the unique Australian desert. The unique scenery and experiences right in your own backyard have something for everyone, and when you’re travelling with a campervan or caravan you’re free to explore at the perfect pace for you.
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Are you thinking of hitting the road these holidays? To help you get started, the Caravanland team have put together some of our top picks for caravan parks sure to rival any overseas vacation.
Mandalay Holiday Resort & Tourist Park, Busselton
This iconic seaside location in the South West is perfect for young families. The resort is packed with facilities even the fussiest kids will love. The beach, waterslides, games room, gigantic jumping pillows, playing fields and much more are sure to keep them entertained for days on end.
Plus, the Park is just ten minutes from the famous Busselton Jetty and a two-minute walk to Geographe Bay, making it a perfect destination for couples looking for a fun get away.
Big4 Middleton Beach Holiday Park
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Whether you’re in a campervan or caravan, the Big4 Park at Middleton Beach is sure to be a winner for you and your family. As well as heaps of fun activities for kids including air hockey, a playground and kids club during the school holidays, the Big4 hasn’t forgotten about the parents. Relax with a book from Big4’s book exchange, pick up some bait from reception and go on a fishing adventure or have a swim along Albany’s pristine coastline.
If you’re planning on taking Albany up on some of their amazing fishing opportunities, make sure you head come into Caravanland before you head off, and we’ll make sure you’ve got all the caravan equipment you need to host a big cook up!
Sunset Beach Caravan Park
If the Big4 in Albany impressed you, take your ventures up north to the SunSet Beach Park in Geraldton. This beachfront park’s unbeatable location makes it popular with anglers and windsurfers alike. If you’re heading away in the cooler months, you’re sure to appreciate the fully enclosed camper’s kitchen as well the games and TV room. There is also a shopping center just 400m down the road, making it a great opportunity to pick up some more supplies for those journeying further north.
Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort
Money Mia is known around Australia for its pristine waters and “dolphin experience”. Kids and adults from around Australia and the word delight in the unique experience of having dolphins swim around their feet at the beach. At the Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort your trip up north will be made even better as this caravan park provides endless fun. There are plenty of barbeque options and a large campsite kitchen. Or for those who have less culinary inclinations, the park has its own bar and restaurant on site.
People’s Park (Coral Bay)
Directly opposite the beautiful Coral Bay and the World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Reef, the caravan park has one of the most stunning oceanfront views in Western Australia. You’ll be loving your beach life at the People’s Park with an onsite shop, plenty of barbeques and an on-site restaurant making your holiday as convenient as can be. Front row sites book out early, so be sure to plan ahead.
For families, couples and friend groups, taking to rural Australia in a campervan or caravan is the best way to get the real Australian road trip experience. When your home comes with you on wheels, you’ll spend less time shifting in and out of different accommodations and more time experiencing all the beauty your country has to offer. With new and secondhand caravans and campervans available at Caravanland, there’s truly something for everyone. Contact us today to find out more about our range.