Hamelin Bay Holiday Park

Hamelin Bay Holiday Park

Shaded by peppermint trees, the park is next to this popular beach.
At Hamelin Bay stay and enjoy a varied scope of activities including safe swimming, diving on wrecks and caves off shore, snorkelling, beach fishing, boating, surfing, beach combing and more, all within strolling distance of this family friendly park.

Hamelin Bay – Beach Front Accommodation

Ocean View Cottages are located a stones throw from the beautiful beach of Hamelin Bay. These cottages offer a wonderful view over the Indian Ocean, with a bbq on your large verandah these cottages are perfect for cooking and eating outside on those balmy summer nights.

Shady peppermint trees provide sheltered camping for families to enjoy as well as a playground area for the kids. Campers kitchen to enjoy a family BBQ while only a short walk from the beautiful sunsets.

Meet the Hamelin Bay Sting Rays

If you wander down to the old jetty or boat ramp at Hamelin Bay, you will notice black shadows moving through the water close to shore. Don’t panic, they are just the stingrays who have become somewhat of a tourist attraction!

The stingrays always have hungry tummies and they just love a feed of fresh fish (no bait please). They can be seen most days during summer and occassionally during the winter months.

Things To Do Around Here

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

Soaring views from the tallest lighthouse on Australia’s mainland.
Encounter some of the oceans rarest and most spectacular wildlife!
Take a trip or dip in the Blackwood River, the South West’s largest river stretching from Wagin to Augusta.
A vast expanse of bright white sand, turquoise waters filled with marine life, and spectacular coastal cliff walks.
Learn the language of the whales with expert guides.
With coaches and rail services, Transwa is a popular choice for exploring regional WA.
Indulge and discover Margaret River’s Best Wine Tours.
The biggest show cave in Western Australia; comprising three massive chambers.
Multi-day walk trail 123 kilometres along the Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge, between Yallingup and Augusta.
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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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