When we think of caravan park getaways, down south or up north comes to mind but what about right here in Perth? Some of Perth’s caravan parks are in great locations. For city dwellers, these caravan parks have the holiday vibe without hours of driving to get there.
For those travelling to Perth on their epic road trips, it’s hard to know where to stay with the van or tent.
Here’s our list of Perth caravan parks.
Caravan Parks North of Perth
Over the years this caravan park has morphed into a swish resort. The licensed café overlooks the tropically landscaped and heated lap pool, kids pool and spa. There are four playgrounds to keep the little ones entertained. The park is situated on a lake with abundant birdlife. The park features a wide range of cabins and a multitude of powered sites.
This little beauty would have to be one of the most scenically located caravan parks in the Perth metro area. Just 55 metres from your doorstep is a mix of reef and beach, ideal for swimming as well as snorkelling and fishing. For the more actively inclined, there is a walk/cycle path going right on by and doggie are welcome. On site is the ever-popular Burns Beach Restaurant and Café. Accommodation options include cabins and powered sites.
Caravan Parks South of Perth
Woodman Point Holiday and Caravan Park has long been a family favourite for holiday makers seeking somewhere close to Perth. It is just a short walk or cycle to a sweeping bay. As well as a cooling swim on a hot summer’s day, there is a jetty where anglers can try their luck.
Coogee Beach Caravan Park is part of the Discovery Park brand and is just south of Fremantle and has a fantastic coastal location. For the nervous swimmer, Coogee Beach is protected by a swim enclosure to keep those sharks out. Nearby is the Omeo shipwreck, a popular snorkelling spot just off the beach. Find out more about Perth Snorkeling spots here.
Caravan Park East of Perth
For sheer convenience, you can’t beat Perth Central Caravan Park. It is plonked in-between the city centre and Perth Airport and less than a ten-minute walk to the Swan River, wetland boardwalks and Ayers Bushland. We have stayed here for the easy access to Optus Stadium.
The Swan Valley is the oldest wine growing area in WA and one of the best ways lovers of wine can explore the area is by following the Swan Valley Fine Wine Trail.
It just so happens that the Swan Valley Holiday and Caravan Park (now Discovery Parks- Swan River) is located right in the middle of this wine growing hub.
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