Australia’s Coral Coast
With over 1,100 kilometres of coastline to drive past, where else can you experience so many of WA’s top attractions. Head north from Perth and you’ll encounter some of the greatest destinations you can imagine. From the Pinnacles of Nambung National Park and the gorges of Kalbarri National Park, to the Shark Bay World Heritage Area and magnificent Ningaloo Reef Marine Park , Australia’s Coral Coast has something for everyone. Booking a holiday or break? See the current range of Special Deals and Offers.
Port Gregory Caravan ParkView Profile We pride ourselves on our friendly hospitality and on the atmosphere of our family, pet friendly park.
Horrocks Beach Caravan ParkView Profile Visit beautiful Horrocks Beach for a truly relaxing holiday. Located within 250 metres of the beach, we adjoin the golf course and tennis courts, playground and BBQ on the grassy foreshore for families.
Geraldton Caravan ParkView Profile Located in a rural setting 10kms from the CBD, our park offers a quiet retreat to unwind after a day's travel. Sit among the shady gums on green lawns and enjoy the bird life.
S-Bend Caravan Park & RoadhouseView Profile S-Bend Caravan Park and Roadhouse offers affordable accommodation for avid fishermen and families. Dogs welcome,cheap fuel,great food, large grass sites.
Seaspray Beach Holiday ParkView Profile Ocean front caravan park and accommodation walking distance to the town. Irwin River behind the park, great fishing and water sports or just relaxing on the beach or around the pools.
BIG4 Dongara Denison Beach Holiday ParkView Profile Absolute ocean frontage, safe swimming, surfing, fantastic fishing. Ideal holiday base for regional adventures including wildflower tours. Modern, clean amenities and accommodation.
BIG4 Plantation Caravan ParkView Profile Friendliest and Shadiest park in town, you'll be welcomed. Large and small shady van and camp sites. Free sausage sizzle in season, laundry facilities and modern ablution facilities available. Fully self contained ensuite cabins, playground and wireless internet, swimming pool and BBQ's.
Yalgoo Caravan ParkView Profile Come and start your outback adventure in Yalgoo at the Yalgoo Caravan Park! The Yalgoo Caravan Park is situated in the main street of town (Gibbons Street), a comfortable 6 hours drive north of Perth or just 2 hours east of Geraldton. We have facilities to suit all travellers including; motel style unit accommodation for singles, couples or families, large powered or unpowered caravan sites and drive through sites big enough to suit the largest RV.
Jurien Bay Tourist ParkView Profile Only 226km from Perth, with a beachside location and pleasant surroundings, Jurien Bay Tourist Park offers new, fully self contained 1 & 2 bedroom chalets. Just 20 minutes drive to the pinnacles.
Kalbarri Red Bluff Tourist ParkView Profile Kalbarri’s Red Bluff Tourist Park is where WA’s rugged shoreline meets the stunning Indian Ocean. Surrounded by Kalbarri National Park and a moment’s walk to the Red Bluff beach, the picturesque location offers views of gorgeous sunsets, migrating whales and pods of dolphins. While you're there, make sure you check out the amazing Kalbarri Skywalk with amazing views over Kalbarri National Park, or head south and grab some travel snaps at Kalbarri's Pink Lake. Kalbarri Red Bluff Tourist Park is part of Summerstar Tourist Parks - a group of family-friendly WA caravan park accommodation across the vast state
Kalbarri Anchorage Holiday VillageView Profile Our park offers a choice of large motor home friendly and shady sites with stunning views of the Murchison River, offering a choice of large motor home friendly and shady sites with stunning views of the Murchison River.
Coral Coast Tourist ParkView Profile Located right in the heart of Carnarvon, you're walking distance from the town centre and magnificent fascine waterways. Relax in our tropical swimming pool, hire a bike and amuse the children in our playground.
Dirk Hartog IslandView Profile Renowned for its history, natural beauty, spectacular landscapes and fishing,
Dirk Hartog Island is an ‘ark’ for endangered wildlife and a great place for an island adventure.
The most western point of Australia has seen it all, from early explorers to a major sheep station, the island is a melting pot of Australian history.
Come and see this unique World Heritage site and witness firsthand the ‘Return to 1616’ ecological restoration project
aiming to return the island to how Dirk Hartog discovered it 400 years ago.