Caravan and Camping

Caravan and Camping

Caravan and Camping

Camping overnight in the great outdoors is one of the best ways to experience the untouched wilderness of Australia’s South West.

There’s nothing quite like camping in winter, cosying up by the campfire and toasting marshmallows, telling stories and soaking up nature. The South West comes alive in winter and there’s plenty of great spots to go caravan and camping.

Sites with stunning views of the coast or lovely spots nestled under the peppermint trees are well cared for by the local rangers. Most national park campsites have limited facilities, so you’ll need to be well-prepared.

Secluded campsites are on offer in most national parks, and for a very small fee. Keep in mind that these campsites tend to have limited facilities, so you’ll need to be well prepared. Alternatively, most towns within the South West have caravan parks with ample facilities to ensure comfort (hot shower, anyone?).

Caravan and Holiday Parks

Stay close to attractions, with all the conveniences at hand. These are some of our top picks for South West stays when camping and caravanning.

Winter Special | Stay 4 nights, pay 3 in cabins and units, get $25/night powered sites

Relax and unwind nestled on the edge of the Walpole-Nornalup Inlet.
Positioned on the edge of Lake Beedelup in Pemberton, relax and unwind in nature.
Family friendly holiday park near the tranquil waters of Geographe Bay.

Winter Special | Stay 4 nights, pay 3 in roofed accommodation, get $25/night powered sites or $23/night unpowered sites.*

Holiday park in the centre of town, with accommodation options to suit all travellers.

Winter Special | Stay 4 nights, pay 3 in holiday units, get $25/night powered sites or $23/night unpowered sites.*

Walking distance to Margaret River townsite, with the forest, river and trails nearby.


If you want to get off the beaten track, here’s our pick for the best natural camping sites in Australia’s South West. Visit Parks and Wildlife Park Stay WA for a full list and more information on camping and campsites.
Soak in the serenity of this idyllic picnic spot and swimming hole along the Collie River.
Explore huge mobile sand dunes, volcanic rock columns by the sea, freshwater lakes and wildflowers.
Towering karri trees strewn across the Margaret River Region, the sunlight dappled through the trees is a sight to behold.
Two hours from Perth explore the many scenic spots to bush walk, MTB, picnic, swim, canoe, fish and camp.


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Welcome to Australia’s South West!

Here you can easily enjoy natural beaches beautiful vineyards, forests, caves and more, all in a single day. More than 23,000km make up the south west corner of Western Australia, with 1000 of those kilometres consisting of awe-inspiring coastline just waiting to be explored.


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