Glamping in Western Australia

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

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10 top wheelchair-accessible glamping sites in Western Australia

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Something Different

2 sites · Lodging50 acres · Lowden, WA
Something Different is a large machinery shed that has been converted into a comfortable holiday house with three bedrooms and one bathroom (extra toilet outside) and huge living spaces. You can really kick back here and relax! The walls and ceilings have been extensively insulated. There is a wood heater in the kitchen and another one in the main part of the Shed so it can be kept nice and cosy despite its size! You can drive your car/van inside the shed if you wish or park it under any of the many surrounding trees. The Shed sleeps 10 in total (base price covers all 10), with 1 queen and 1 single bed in one room, 1 dbl bed and 2 single beds in another room, and 1 queen bed and 1 single bed in a third room. All linen, towels, etc. are provided. If you have more people, they are welcome to pitch a tent or park their caravan on the grounds around the shed. For a large group (say 10 plus) we charge an extra $20 (total) to cover the extra power you will need. There's a chook yard/dog yard with 2 kennels outside but you're welcome to have your dog (not chooks) inside the Shed. There is a general store just 2km up the road, ideal for essentials and a few supplies. 14km from Donnybrook 37km from Collie
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AU$170
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Wave Rock Short Stay

11 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents10 acres · Bremer Bay, WA
The Silos is located 2 km from the Hyden town site and 2 km from Wave Rock. Both locations are easily accessible by car or by using the walking/cycling trail. To access the walking trail please head back to Aylmore Road, turn right and when you reach the intersection cross the highway to meet the walking/cycling trail. Left will take you to town and right to Wave Rock. Please be mindful that our property neighbours a working sheep and cropping farm. Wave Rock is a granite cliff 15 metres high and 110 metres long. It’s rounded-like shape has been caused by weathering and water erosion which has undercut the base and left a rounded overhang. Water from the springs running down the rock during wetter months dissolves minerals adding to the colouring of the wave. In 1960, crystals from Hyden Rock were dated at being 2700 million years old, which are amongst the oldest in Australia. A 15 minute drive north of Wave Rock you will see a “giant” lurching out of the bushland. This massive granite rock formation is known as the Humps – grab your hat, sun screen and water bottle and explore! Be sure to visit Mulka's Cave. The name “Mulka” comes from an Aboriginal Legend associated with the cave. As you enter the cave (take a few moments for your eyes to adjust) and look at the walls and note the many hand stencils believed to representing adults and children. Close to Lake Magic, a large local salt lake, Denis Collins constructed a 20m round, 6m deep swimming pool-like gypsum pond whose buoyancy and therapeutic properties are greater than those of the Dead Sea.
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AU$27.50
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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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AU$180
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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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AU$10
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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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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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AU$25
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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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Waddi Bush Camp and Caravan Park

38 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents1200 acres · Jurien Bay, WA
Nestled in the 1200 acres of wildflower country of Badgingarra, Waddi Bush Camp and caravan Park Offers the best getaway from Perth. Secluded tranquil self-contained rammed earth apartments giving you a medieval feeling, Cabins, caravan sites and camping facilities also available. Abundant flora and fauna Nature walks are also good, and a beautiful place to watch the sunrise. There's an also 5km of gravel for bike riding and quad bike trails. It's got a big flower shed where bouquets are made and are available for purchase.
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The Stable Yards | Yallingup

4 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents5 acres · Yallingup Siding, WA
We also live on the property and are fully sustainable, solar-passive and eco and are situated next to native bushland. The camping area is easily accessible and 10 minutes to town or Yallingup or Smiths Beach. It has two beautiful large lemon-scented eucalyptus trees that not only shade the area but also create a lovely fresh scent. Watch the sunrise or sunset through the trees, enjoy the vivid stars at night and enjoy a bushwalk next door, or stroll down to fabulous Commonage Coffee and Yallingup Chocolate or later...Marq Wines for superb wine and cheese under the trees. The awesome Wild Hop Brewery is just a quick drive or a 40 minute walk. Our property is ideal for outdoor/adventurer adults who want a quiet getaway in nature. Somewhere to enjoy a beautiful sunrise and evening. We are all-inclusive and look forward to meeting some like-minded souls who love and appreciate nature... We encourage you to... Ground yourself in nature... & Embrace the feral. We are still just trying this out in a new space on our land, so please be patient with us. Please let us know if there is anything to make your stay more enjoyable...we are happy to accommodate. : ) Nay and Tez * We are an adult's preferred location, due to our large dog, horse, and farm equipment, but take kids on occasion, so please just ask.
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AU$45
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“Clear View” Farmstay and Camping

7 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents100 acres · Tenterden, WA
Clear View Farmstay and Camping is a large 1,500 acre sheep and cropping farm with a functioning equestrian facility on-site. The area is surrounded by the picturesque lakes, Nunijup and Poorarecup are only minutes away for swimming and in season skiiing spots.  Bring your own horses the area has access to long bush rides on horseback (we can accommodate your horses also!) along gravel roads and crown land.  Enjoy the local wineries, Stirling ranges in close proximity to Albany, Denmark and on the way through to Esperance. A cosy home to stay for a day or two. Dogs allowed only in certain areas on the farm on a leash at all times. Property also features a three-bedroom home available as a short-term holiday rental. Clear View Farmstay: three bedroom residence - $195/night/5 guests Self contained camping: tents, RV’s $40/night for 4 people Parking with power additional $20/night per vehicle powered "Clear View" use of Amenities: bathroom toilet $50/day per group + camping rate (if not booked out) NB camping sites have no amenties! Bring your horses by appointment only: $25/day stable only supply own feed.
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AU$50
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Discover the best glamping options in Western Australia that cater to wheelchair access with over 48 available options on Hipcamp. Stay in style and comfort while being surrounded by the beauty of nature. Top campsites like Nambung Station Stay (160 reviews), Nannup Lavender Tranquil Campground (70 reviews), The Silos - Wave Rock Short Stay (35 reviews) offer popular amenities like cooking equipment, rubbish, and campfires and activities such as swimming, boating, and wildlife watching. Prices start as low as $25 per night with an average price per night of $85.

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