Caravan camping near Willetton with electricity hookup and water hookup

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2 top caravan sites near Willetton with electricity hookup and water hookup

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White Hill Rest

1 site · RV5 acres · Bouvard, WA
Our 5-acre property in Bouvard is surrounded by natural bushland. Here you will find beautiful native trees and wildlife including an array of birds, endangered Red-tailed black cockatoos, as well as our friendly kangaroos. White Hill Rest is adjacent to Yalgorup National Park where you will find the nearby White Hill Beach (4WD only), Tims Thicket (4WD only), Thrombolites and the Giants. Explore the Peel Inlet where you can see the Mandurah Dolphins, and migratory birds. Take advantage of the countless fishing spots that the area has to offer. Go crabbing for the Blue Swimmer crabs in the estuary (Crab scoops available to hire). Enjoy breakfast and local produce at the nearby Peel Produce Markets (Every Saturday morning). Venture into Mandurah town for the hustle and bustle of local shops, award winning restaurants, nightlife, boat hire, and dolphin cruises. We have one acre available on our bush block suitable for caravans, tents and camper trailers.
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AU$32
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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$55
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