Cabins in Western Australia

White sands, riverside vineyards, and desert moonscapes make up the landscapes of Australia’s largest state.

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Haddlestone Farm

11 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents500 acres · Trigwell, WA
Trigwell is a small rural location 256 km from Perth. We have a lovely peaceful working farm of 500 acres to explore with undulating hills with horses, cattle, sheep, and plenty of wildlife. There is a good chance of them joining you too! Out here is a star gazers paradise. Boyup Brook is just down the road ( approx 30km) with a sporting club, cafe, pool, museum, great little shops, pub and a local IGA. Bridgetown and Collie approx 50 minutes . There is Trigwell Reserve and Haddleston Springs on our doorstep, as so is the Blackwood River and the Blackwood River Valley. Lake Towerrinning 20km away, so many walk trails , swims and things to explore. Harvey Dickson rodeo and the Boyup Brook country music festival is a great drawcard every year. We offer two options to enjoy this beautiful place: A camping area, and a cottage. Plenty of room to set up camp in the camping area of the property, so choose when you get here. Sit around a campfire (restrictions for fire season, of course) watch a gorgeous sunset, and enjoy a BBQ with a drink in hand. No toilet for campers, so you'll need to be self-sufficient with your own camp toilet and take all waste with you when you leave. The cottage is cute and rustic, and has everything you need for a comfortable farm stay. The Blackwood River is also very close to our place, and Lake Towerrinning is an amazing place to swim , paddle or ski ( approx 20km )At Trigwell Bridge you have access to the riverside which is great for canoeing through to Boyup Brook. Dogs are welcome (campsite only, possibly cottage on request) but please keep them on leash at all times. Firewood is provided for free. Please note there is approximately 25kms of gravel road . If you come in Boyup Brook way thru to Dinninup , there's only a couple of km. The dam is unsuitable to swim in at present due to the drought. Hope you love our place as much as we do!
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Echidna Springs Horticulture

4 sites · Lodging, RVs25 acres · Morangup, WA
See our website: EchidnaSprings .com.au 25 acre bushland property set amongst Jarrah and Marri trees. Once logged for its timber in the 1960's by Wundowie Steel Foundry for it's steel mills and furnaces, there are still many tall/older trees as well as regrowth. We often have Kangaroos, Wallabies, occasional Echidnas, Goannas, Lizards and many species of Birds. All live in the wild and there is no guarantee that we will see them We grow wildflowers such as Proteas, Leucadendron , Leucospermum (pincushions),Banksias ,Eucalypt - Silver Dollar, and Cut Flowers - Osteospermum, Zinnia and Gladioli, Kangaroo Paw and Bromeliads. We also have our native species - Grass Trees, Zamia Palm and Golden Wattle .We supply local Florists with much of our produce. We also have fruit trees, chooks and a vegetable garden. BUSH STAY ACCOMMODATION is available and we have Two cabins. The Music Room Cabin for two people, and the Olivia Cabin which will accommodate up to four people. Both have TV,DVD, aircon, fridge, toaster, kettle and cutlery, plates etc. We also have a large comfortable Tent to accommodate up to four people. Set up for the real bush experience. TV, DVD ,table and chairs .Beds and mattresses,sheets ,blankets, pillows, and doonas can be provided or bring your own. Hear all the sounds of the bush at night! Check out the stars planets and the moon. The sky is so clear out here. Caravans are also welcome. One Powered site available. A toilet, shower and Barbeque facilities are available and our Fire Pit is ok to use in Winter and share some toasted Marshmallows. Local attractions include: Toodyay Emu Park, Archery Park, Avon Valley National Park and the Avon River, Paruna and Karakamia Wildlife Sanctuaries, Toodyay Townsite - Connors Mill,The Old Gaol and many other historical sites ,shops and restaurants. You can also visit the Swan Valley where there are many wineries ,pubs and restaurants. We sell Wildflowers and wildflower arrangements and check out our handcrafted wooden boxes. We only accommodate one group at a time. "How's the serenity"
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AU$60
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BrookHempTon Tree Farm

5 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents270 acres · Brookton, WA
Nestled in between Beverley and Brookton, this tree farm offers 270 acres of peaceful wide open space for self-contained campers to rest up for a few days or more. Enjoy bushwalking through the trees whilst wildlife watching. There are trail walks close by for those wanting to exert themselves. Plenty of bird life for watching and listening to too. Romantic sunsets across the paddock looking over the grassy knoll. As the sun rises to one side and sets to the other, it's the perfect antidote to a stressful week, ideal for those wanting to get away from the city for some relaxing time in the country. There are two dams, a BBQ, and flat parking for off-road camper vans, and level land to pitch a tent by the shady trees to enjoy nights under the stars. The area is great for astrophotographers as the night sky is very dark, confirmed by many who have already taken the opportunity to use the property for astrophotography.
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AU$45
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Margaret River Retreat

22 sites · Lodging75 acres · Forest Grove, WA
Margaret River Retreat is a unique destination for holiday makers, adventure seekers, comfort campers and extraordinary events. Offering a diverse mix of accommodation, within reach of the Boranup Forest National Park. Margaret River Retreat is the perfect resting place from which to explore your next wilderness adventure. Sustainable and beautifully styled Glamping Tents, Self-contained Studio Rooms and unique group accommodation, Margaret River Retreat is also an Event Venue within reach of the Boranup Forest National Park and surrounding Margaret River Wine Region. Suitable for organized adventure groups, wellness workshops, comfort seeking couples and nature loving families are all welcome at Margaret River Retreat. We are a Nationally recognized Eco tourism and Sustainable tourism accredited destination. We welcome you to our place.
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Gabyon Station

110 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents674000 acres · Yalgoo, WA
Just a two hour drive from Geraldton, Gabyon offers you the unique chance to visit or stay on a real, working West Australian sheep station. Step out of the bustle of city life and immerse yourself in the expansive and beautiful landscape of the outback and become part of the real, authentically Australian country life. Soak in the peace and tranquility as you gaze over hectares of wildflowers and an abundance of wildlife, or get your hands dirty and help out in the every-day life of the station - there is always plenty of work to be done! The outback life is something every Australian and International traveler should experience at least once - and where better than here with all of us at Gabyon?The team at Gabyon invite you to enjoy a station stay,  whether you are just passing through overnight or would like to stay for a week, there is plenty to see and do. Pick a spot and camp or stay in our rustic and cosy accommodation, we love visitors so we have made staying here affordable for everyone, no matter your style of holiday! Try a variety of fun activities like horse riding, quad biking and shooting; you can even book to come and have a delicious meal with us, your friendly hosts, to ensure you have the full experience of station life in the real Australian Outback. We can't wait to have you here!
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Tutanning - Percy Marshall Research Centre

4 sites · Lodging, RVs, TentsEast Pingelly, WA
An important natural remnant of original fauna and flora in the Wheatbelt, this A class reserve is about 2,200 hectares, and encompasses the Dutarning Range. It is nestled among agricultural land, making it a vital fauna refuge. The ongoing vegetation research, monitoring and fire management ensure habitats are supported for the endangered Woylie, Tammar Wallabies, Numbats, Possums, and Red-tailed Phascogales. Bushwalking, bird watching, wildflower rambles, trail driving and spotlighting or just unwinding are some of the activities you can do. Short stays are available at the Percy Marshall Field Study Centre. This was built in 1963 as the first biological research station and living quarters. The Centre offers dormitory style accommodation (exclusive use of 1 room per family). Two rooms with single bunks only. 6 beds in one room, and 4 in the other. Self contained RV camping is also available, strictly for fully self contained vehicles only. Sites are all unpowered. It is natural bushland camping, all centred around the main facility. Flora and Fauna lists available on request. For more information about Tutanning head to the Shire of Pingelly's website via this link: https://www.pingelly.wa.gov.au/visit-pingelly/what-to-see-do/tutanning-flora-fauna-reserve.aspx
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Wildflower Haven at Lindum

4 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents10000 acres · Bunjil, WA
Roger and Angela run their broadacre property growing wheat, canola, barley and lupins. Plenty of space and ideally located to explore wiflower country, The Coal Seam in Mingenew or take a drive east to see Wreath Flowers or carpets of everlastings. A perfect stopover on your way north. One of many peaceful campsites nestled in the West Australian bush on our working agricultural property. Explore the rocky breakaways and outcrops, not to mention wildflowers galore, birdlife and other wild animals including echidna and kangaroos. Nestled in a cosy alcove surrounded by crops and bushland, you will think you are the only people on earth. Enjoy the safety, tranquility and privacy of your exclusive campsite. Dogs on leashes welcome.
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AU$35
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Ecostays

1 site · LodgingSouth Greenough, WA
We are lucky enough to enjoy our own private beach and are constantly amazed at the ever-changing sunsets over the horizon! We are environmentally conscious and are creating 1 bedroom self-contained 'upcycled' cottages which provide privacy and a total escape from the real world. You can expect to hear the sound of the waves and the beautiful star covered sky at night.Dogs are welcome.
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Home and Hound Kendenup

1 site · Lodging28 acres · Albany, WA
Welcome to Home and Hound Kendenup, a haven of tranquility in the heart of the Great Southern region of WA. Established in late 2021 by a Perth couple seeking a lifestyle change, our farmstay echoes the charm of its predecessor, the beloved 'Big Bird and Wolf Chalets,' which delighted guests since 2001. Remaining true to its dog-friendly roots, Home and Hound offers three enchanting chalet options, preserving the welcoming spirit that made it a favorite. Our 30-acre property, just 8km from Kendenup township and 15km from Mt Barker, boasts dog exercise areas, an ornamental lake, and breathtaking views of the Stirling Ranges from the hilltop. As stewards of sustainability, we take pride in our eco-friendly practices. Rainwater sustains the entire property, and our commitment to reducing waste includes recycling single-use plastics as seedling trays in our large greenhouse. Embracing renewable energy, we utilize solar power while the sun is out, while wood fires, sourced from our own trees, provide warmth in winter. Our flourishing fruit trees and indoor vegetable garden yield seasonal delights, and our resident chickens not only enjoy food scraps but also gift us with farm-fresh eggs. Experience the serenity of Home and Hound, where a blend of history, nature, and sustainability creates an inviting retreat for both humans and their furry companions.
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Green World Eco Retreat

2 sites · Lodging38 acres · Julimar, WA
Green World Eco Retreat & Education Centre is a healing space and a haven for naturalists, and those interested in experiencing mindfulness, and sustainable nature-based holidays. It is highly recommended for adults needing to escape the stressors of busy city life while wanting to reconnect with their true nature through the peace and healing quiet of forest surroundings. COTTAGE OR CAMPSITE AVAILABLE What we offer is not a new fad, the need for nature's healing lives within every person, and it's as old as humanity itself. Leave the pressures of the ever-competitive work world and chaotic city life behind you! Our Eco Retreat is designed for those who feel they have lost touch with themselves, the environment, and life's simple pleasures. Come and stay a while in our comfortable self-contained cottage or bring your own fully self-contained caravan/camper van where you'll discover a new you, just waiting to be re-invigorated, healed, and set free! Set on 38 Acres of unspoiled mixed Eucalyptus and Dryandra forest, we have many delightful in-season wildflowers and birds to encounter, and long winding walk trails too. Located in the hills just 18 km from the beautiful historic town of Toodyay, there is also much to see and do outside of our property. CARAVAN SITE: Seasonal April – 30th November for one SELF-CONTAINED CARAVAN or CAMPER VAN, 22ft or less total overall caravan length. Max stay 7 days. Our private forested camping site allows you to have your own exclusive camping space and privacy in a peaceful unpolluted forest air and nature-based environment for those who love nature. Lots of opportunities for bird spotting, wildflowers in season, photography, walking tracks (mud map supplied), in-season campfires - wood supplied (May- Sept weather & Shire regulations permitting), amazing star gazing, and night walks. Option to hire onsite 2.5kw petrol generator. LEAVE NO TRACE is the rule! (what you bring in you take out). No Pets are allowed as we are a registered wilderness area. OPTIONAL EXTRAS ON SITE AT ADDITIONAL COST: On-site Natural Wellness Centre: Remedial Massage, Reiki healing, Reflexology and WA wildflower therapies that unlock what's holding you back in life with qualified and experienced therapists. At our onsite Education Centre: "Permaculture based workshops - Organic food production, sustainable building, planning and associated practices, practical skills based workshops. Tours include informative nature-based walks & talks on wildflowers and bird spotting in season. Cooking classes based on different dietary requirements and seasonal garden-to-plate connections. We also offer introductory to reflexology workshops. It's a private and unique value-for-money holiday experience on Perth's doorstep. One to treasure and take home with you!
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AU$130
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Talbot Lodge

1 site · Lodging100 acres · Talbot, WA
Nestled amidst a sprawling 100-acre haven of tranquility and breathtaking vistas, Talbot Lodge beckons as the ultimate escape from urban clamor. Enjoy the spellbinding panoramas from the veranda before embarking on a journey to discover the charms of Western Australia's oldest inland town. With soaring cathedral ceilings, two fireplaces casting a warm glow, dual lounging areas, a Chef's kitchen, and a ten-seater dining enclave, every corner of Talbot Lodge exudes comfort and elegance. Unwind further in the sunroom or watch the little ones frolic amidst the kids' play equipment. Come dusk, gather around the outdoor fire pit for stories under the stars. But the delights don't end there. Encounter the joy of interacting with our friendly farm residents; from miniature ponies and sheep to alpacas and goats, these gentle creatures eagerly await your company, offering unforgettable moments of connection.
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Sandy Bay Holiday Park

18 sites · Lodging10 acres · Broadwater, WA
Sandy Bay Holiday Park is a quiet, shady, and grassed holiday park located in the quaint city of Busselton, WA. We are situated on the foreshore of the pristine calm waters of Geographe Bay, just 6km west of Busselton city centre. Here you can find an abundance of sightseeing adventures including the Busselton Jetty Train ride and Underwater Observatory. Our picturesque holiday park is the perfect getaway for families, young and old, with the beach just a stone’s throw away there is plenty to do. From swimming, fishing, and snorkelling to crabbing and beach combing all year round, there is something for everyone. We are located within walking distance of restaurants, Broadwater Shopping Centre, and the Medical Centre. We are a pet/dog-friendly park during our off-peak seasons, please note that pet bookings are at the discretion of management and rules do apply. Sandy Bay is the ideal Busselton accommodation choice for your day trips or long weekends- exploring the many wonders of the Margaret River Wine Region with its internationally renowned wineries, caves, bush walks, wildflowers, whales, and superb surfing spots. Sandy Bay Holiday Park is the perfect place to relax and unwind or divulge in an abundance of fun activities.
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Cabins in Western Australia guide

Overview

Hemmed in by beaches and turquoise waters, Western Australia is known for its coast, but the sprawling state has much more to offer. Venture inland to see deserts dotted with ancient monoliths and sun-baked vineyards; discover 19th-century gold rush towns; or hike through red rock gorges. Spring and fall bring the best weather for wine tasting or hiking through the national parks, while the summer heat is best enjoyed on the beach. Winter temperatures are still balmy enough to explore outdoors, with wildflowers blooming along the coast.

Perth

Perched along the Swan River and blessed with year-round sunshine, Perth brings the good life. In the city, wine tasting cruises, riverside barbecues, and parks will keep you outdoors, while the neighboring port town of Fremantle serves up beaches and ocean-fresh seafood. Holiday parks and camping sites dot the surrounding countryside, providing easy access for campers and caravans.

Coral Coast

The Coral Coast stretches north of Perth, from Kalbarri and Shark Bay to Coral Bay and Exmouth. Sand melts into turquoise waters; bands of coral teem with tropical fish, manta rays, and whale sharks; and Cape Range National Park’s rocky gorges snake down to the ocean. Outdoor adventures abound, from snorkeling and kayaking the Ningaloo Reef to bushwalking and beach camping.

Golden Outback

From Esperance on the south coast all the way up to Newman, the Golden Outback rolls out white-sand beaches, kaleidoscopic salt lakes, and rocky canyons. Whether off-roading in a four-wheel drive or winding through the outback in a caravan, there are ample opportunities for road tripping, with camping sites and holiday parks dotted throughout. Along the way, dive into Aussie’s gold rush heritage in Kalgoorlie and the Goldfields, walk Lucky Bay, and keep an eye out for wildflowers.

Margaret River

Rolling headlands, sloping vineyards, and seaside towns provide the perfect backdrop for wine tasting and coastal walks in the Margaret River region. Albany, Bunbury, and Bussleton are among the most popular places to stay, with access to the region’s many beaches, wineries, and camping spots.

North West

Dusty red desert tracks wind their way through the Kimberley region to Broome and Kununurra, where the vast outback is home to otherworldly scenery and rich Aboriginal heritage. Get a taste of Australia’s wild west out here—drive the Gibbs River Road, stopping to hike through ancient gorges, swim in remote waterholes, and enjoy campfires under the stars.

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