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WA, Carnarvon, Capricorn Holiday Park

Date of Stay: March 2017 Rating: 4
Previous reports are close to the mark. The owners/managers were having some time off but, 'caretaker' managers Michelle & Mal, were doing an outstanding job of keeping the park up to scratch. We stayed 3 days, which was probably enough to see everything. The Space & Technology Museum is a must. We also took a 70km trip to the Quobba Blowholes (very popular with locals). We highly recommend this park.

WA, Denham, Denham Seaside Tourist Village

Date of Stay: March 2017 Rating: 3.5
This is an OK park. Probably the pick of the parks actually in Denham. We were there off-peak and paid $32 after TT discount. Monkey Mia (dolphin experience) is only a 15 minute drive. Definitely do not miss the Oceanarium 8kms from town - very good tour by a very knowledgeable guide. It is worth the 260km round trip off the highway just to visit both attractions.

WA, Coral Bay, Peoples Park Caravan Village

Date of Stay: March 2017 Rating: 3.5
This park is the 2nd park, past the shopping area. We paid $44 PN off peak. Water is still dodgy, so we didn't hook up the hose. Otherwise, a reasonably well-maintained park. Bore water sprinklers are constantly on. Coral Bay is well off the North West Coastal Highway, but is well worth the drive and money to do a Whale Shark snorkel tour.

WA, Australind, Australind Tourist Park

Date of Stay: February 2017 Rating: 3.5
Previous reports for this park are fairly well "on the money". The park and its' amenities are clean and tidy. The children's playground is a large sandpit containing climbing features. This is also clean. We paid $32 for a Saturday night, and $28 for Sunday night. $28 PN is the usual week night rate. The tavern next door still has cheap meals, Sunday night is $14.90 roast night (3 course meal). The miniature train park in nearby Bunbury is worth a visit - 3rd Sunday every month. Excellent golf course just around the corner from the park.

SA, Ceduna, Ceduna Shelly Beach Caravan Park

Date of Stay: February 2017 Rating: 4
This is still a good park. We picked it because of the prevalence of crime in the town. The park is 5 - 10 minutes drive out of town. It has a car wash slab, but water is scarce so you can wash your van or tow vehicle for $4 each. Short but sweaty walk through the sand dunes, but the views are worth it. Good bakery/coffee shop in the main street. Will stay again.

WA, Mundrabilla, Mundrabilla Roadhouse Caravan Park

Date of Stay: February 2017 Rating: 2.5
This park is another typical roadhouse park. Good for overnighters. It is still $20 PN. Good meals but understandably on the expensive side. Roadhouse closes about 10pm, but fuel is available by card. Definitely do not travel at night because of wandering wildlife. Opens at 6am for business and breakfast.

WA, Esperance, Esperance Seafront Caravan Park

Date of Stay: February 2017 Rating: 3.5
This park has an excellent location overlooking Esperance Bay. It has about 100 sites with slabs & 11 overnight sites. The very clean ablution blocks are small but, there are 4 of them, and each has a dump point. An extra dump point exists near the camp sites. Very easy parking at check-in. In fact, a U-turn is possible in the visitor's carpark. I would recommend this park.

WA, Margaret River, Margaret River Tourist Park

Date of Stay: February 2017 Rating: 3.5
This is still an OK park. It contains many cabins and permanent sites but, is a large park. We paid $32.40 after TT discount. If you go exploring through the day, it would be wise to lock everything up because of the permanent residents wandering about aimlessly. Good park for a few days because of the numerous things to see and do in the area.

WA, Busselton, BIG4 Beachlands Holiday Park

Date of Stay: February 2017 Rating: 4
Clean & well-maintained park. Two ladies from reception guided us on to a double slab. Clean amenities. Plenty to see and do around the town. Margaret River area is not far away. Don't miss Sugarloaf Rock and a train ride on the 1.8km long Busselton Jetty.

WA, Bunbury, Bunbury Glade Caravan Park

Date of Stay: February 2017 Rating: 3.5
Large park with a few friendly permanents. The park boasts 3 clean amenity blocks which are close to all sites. The staff use a bore to water the grass sites but, it's a struggle because of the shady trees. Good rec room featuring a big screen TV and comfy lounge chairs. Bunbury is a clean and busy town with dozens of good restaurants, cafes and all the services a Caravanner would need.