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BIG4 Middleton Beach Holiday Park

BIG4 Middleton Beach Holiday Park

Sheltered by the calm waters of King George Sound, BIG4 Middleton Beach Holiday Park is a caravan park located on 500m of world class beach. ​BIG4 Middleton Beach Holiday Park offers an array of accommodation styles including three bedroom beach houses with spectacular ocean views, two bedroom spa villas, chalets and cabins along with en suite caravan sites and general caravan and camping sites.

Kite surfing, fishing, whale watching and a scenic coastline and walkways are just some of the amazing experiences to have at Middleton beach.

Some local sights include Mount Melville Lookout, Dog Rock Mundy Regional Park, and Brig Amity, a replica of an 19th Century merchant ship!

The exceptional quality park facilities include a solar heated swimming pool, indoor hydro spa, purpose built surround sound mini theatre, recreational and BBQ areas as well as a camp kitchen. The resort style holiday park has direct access to Middleton Beach, which complements the accommodation to create a distinctive destination.

There is never a dull day at BIG4 Middleton Beach!

Facilities

Air conditioning
Barbecue facilities
Beach access
Car park
Cooking facilities
Cots available
Crockery/Cutlery
Disabled access
Extra beds
Heating
Internet access
Iron/ironing board
Laundry
Linen
Office/Business Services
Playground
Refrigerator
Swimming pool heated
Swimming pool outdoor
Tea/coffee making facilities
Telephone
Television
Washing machine
Wifi
Public Toilet
Campsite

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Find out what to do while you’re in Australia’s South West.

With a combination of white sand, azure water, granite headlands and greenery, this beach is a South West favourite near Albany.
Aboriginal cultural tours showcasing ancient culture near Albany.
Immerse yourself in the ANZAC legend and the stories of the soldiers who departed here.
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Take a Scenic Helicopter flight for the best way to see WA!
Explore the unique natural, social and cultural history of the Great Southern.

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Visit the only complete whaling station tourism attraction in the world.
Watch premium craft spirit masters take grain to glass in their Albany distillery.
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Enjoy spectacular views of the vineyard and Kalgan River while wine tasting.
World-class, nature-based, off-road cycling experience tracing 1000km from Perth to Albany.
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Head to The Gap and Natural Bridge to see the power of nature in action from a spectacular viewing platform over the Southern Ocean.
Experiences in nature to awaken the senses.
Discover this tranquil and protected cove just 45 minutes from Albany.
Home to Granite Skywalk and Castle Rock, the park is renowned for its unique flora and prolific bird life.
In the Great Southern region this range is home to Bluff Knoll.
One of the world’s great long distance walk trails, stretching 1000 kilometres from Perth to Albany.
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Learn the language of the whales with expert guides.
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Guided, small group walking holidays – Bibbulmun Track, Cape to Cape Track and Stirling Ranges.

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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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