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Big Valley Campsite

16 sites · RVs, Tents400 acres · Rosa Glen, WA
Most of our powered sites are large and shaded with the few that are not shaded being complimented by views of the rolling hills. Most are also drive through sites adding to the ease of getting in and set up quickly. All sites are no more than 100m from our amenities. Big Valley Campsite is nestled amongst the hills of our family owned working sheep farm, ten minutes south east of Margaret River.Camp fires are prohibited in the Margaret River region between December and April, please follow any restrictions when on the property.Your pets are welcome to join you but please notify the hosts at the time of your booking if they are travelling with you.The farm encompasses a beautiful secret valley hidden from the outside world by natural forest. We are central to the Margaret River region and its tourist attractions. Margaret River has plenty of wineries, breweries and restaurants to choose from. It also has arts and crafts, mountain biking, bush walking, caving, canoeing and abseiling to offer both visitors and locals a great variety of things to do. Plus there are many brewery and wine tours that will pick up and drop off from our campsite.
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Nannup Lavender Tranquil Campground

8 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents2 acres · Carlotta, WA
Situated in the centre of the south west between Margaret River and Pemberton, our farm is a great base to experience the best of this wonderful area. Surrounded by forests and farmland, central to the Munda Biddi Bike trail - you can drink in nature! We have flat grassy areas under trees for camping, inside and outside showers, toilets, camp kitchen with BBQ, small fridge, electric frypan and small camp stove, washing machine and device charging facilities. Sorry dogs are not permitted We can take tents, camper trailers, RV's and small caravans up to about 8 m is OK. We do not have power to the campsite. The camp ground is on a working lavender farm and farming activities may be happening. The lavender farm shop and cafe is open Friday to Sundays (closed February and Match) but campers can purchase lavender products on request. Transport to the Munda Biddi or Bibbulman Track is available. Camp fires in season (Usually May to September) and weather permitting. Breakfast Basket or BBQ packs available thee are cook your own we supply all the ingredients and tools
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Commonplace Vasse

37 sites · RVs, Tents40 acres · Vasse, WA
Commonplace Vasse is a closed door member-based initiative set on the Southstoke private farm estate in one of the most beautiful places in the world. Five minutes from calm, pristine turquoise beaches and Vasse and Busselton city centres, yet secluded on 40 acres completely away from the world. www.commonplacevasse.com Very occasionally we open up our property to general campers and visitors. WE ARE OPENING THE LAND UP THIS EASTER SCHOOL HOLIDAYS! Camping spots are available in a variety of locations on the property to suit all needs -- 1. Budget friendly options (close to the road) x up to 3 sites 2. Accessible-friendly options (on gravel / carpark) WITH TOILET ACCESS x up to 5 sites 3. Secluded scenic nature options (set in the Olive Grove, overlooking the wetland / plantation, at the private back-half of the property) x up to 10 sites 4. Powered Site(s) with Ablution facilities (shower, toilet, washing machine) options. x up to 2 sites 5. Beautifully renovated vintage caravan (comfortable double bed, one king single, one small single), fully contained kitchen, x up to 1 available 6. Large camper-trailer with pull out kitchen next to ablution block. Double bed x up to 1 available Every morning we open up our Main Hall to campers as well - with barista made coffee available from local coffee producers ($5 donation), an extensive library with classical furniture and conservatory style gardens, we also have Award Winning Olive Oil for sale for $15 for guests, as well as various products such as organic, wild-foraged regeneratively farmed fresh eggs (you can include in your booking to have for your breaky!) and chicken meat, and soon fresh milk from our cow! Subject to availability. We are 2 families, with small children -- Sam + Cleo, with a 2 year old. Raf + Sarah, with a 4 and 6 year old. We have a number of friendly dogs on the farm - Henry, Max and Chopper who may visit you. We are pet-friendly, however your dogs / pets must be friendly too (and not roaming), and fine with wildlife / other farm animals. Quiet camping only - no parties (unless prior arranged). Events can be catered for, however notice and agreement is required first. Excessive noise and disruption will not be tolerated otherwise. Neighbours must be respected. Unless booking a Site with Toilet / Ablution Access - ALL visitors must be completely self-contained (BYO toilets and leave with waste, etc). There are no dump points on site, however there are some nearby in Vasse and Busselton - which are both 5-7 minute drives. Please be prepared to "LEAVE NO TRACE". Absolutely NO toilet paper in the bushes, okay. TOTAL FIRE BAN still in effect (it hasn't rained in 6 months - fire danger is real). Absolutely no open-fire cooking (we are in a drought).
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Lewana Campsites

5 sites · RVs, Tents100 acres · Southampton, WA
Lewana is a historic ex forestry workers estate located on the Blackwood River and Tourist Route 251 between Balingup and Nannup. The 100 acre property is situated amongst state and pine forest and the parkland setting has over 50 different trees varieties creating a beautiful place to stay at any time of year. Lewana is the ideal place to base yourself to enjoy the picturesque region of Balingup and the surrounding areas including Donnybrook, Nannup and Bridgetown. Surrounded by orchards and award-winning wineries there is plenty to do during your stay. Experience nature by walking part of the Bibbulmun Track or cycle a section of the Mundi Bibbi Track, you can even kayak on the Blackwood River from historic Wrights Bridge. Please note: no campfires between 1st Nov and 26th April subject to Shire ruling. Dog friendly, strictly by prior arrangement only. Shower available adjacent to the old barn, communal fire pit & gas BBQ. No generators or trail bikes allowed. Coffee Cart open when guests staying with us
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At One With Nature (Adults)

11 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents150 acres · Brazier, WA
A place you can be totally immersed in all that Nature has to offer. Our individual sites are 100's of metres apart so you wont be close to anyone else. Tall trees and open areas where your free to roam around and explore 150 acres of private land. Enjoy fabulous views, glorious sunsets and challenging walks. There are 2 dams. Great location for mountain bikes or walks, swimming. Take the dinghy for a perfect romantic picnic on the water. Corporate team building exercise available by request only. Campsites large enough to cater for groups. Privacy, space, fresh air and solitude go alongside with nature's own free ranging kangaroo's and birdlife. We grow Organic vegetables which are available for you to purchase. We offer campsites with fire pits and free wood (available to use when fire restrictions allow only) Star gazing without light interference. We back onto State Forest so you can feel totally at one with nature. 6 sites available and you are welcome to choose on arrival when available, certain sites only accessible with 4wd, others can accommodate caravans and 2wd, please let us know your configuration when requesting to book. 'THE BUS STOP' INDIVIDUAL PRIVATE LUXURY ACCOMMODATION When you just want some quiet time alone or get away from daily life, this place will give you the peace and tranquility you desire, yet still have the luxury of a hotel. Please see our seperate listing for this accommodation. Welcome hamper and breakfast supplied. COVID SAFE PRACTICES - ZERO CONTACT FOR CAMPING GUESTS. Please note that we have a link to our booking terms and conditions. When you book, you accept our terms and conditions of entry to the property.
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Jarvis Estate Winery & Camping

6 sites · RVs50 acres · Bramley, WA
We only accept self-contained caravans/motorhomes/vans/rooftop tents, so PLEASE DO NOT BOOK UNLESS YOU HAVE YOUR OWN CHEMICAL TOILET. NO EXCEPTIONS, YOU WILL BE TURNED AWAY. WE DO NOT ACCEPT GROUND TENTS OR SWAGS. DO NOT BOOK UNLESS YOU ARE IN A SELF CONTAINED VEHICLE IE CARAVAN, MOTORHOME, CAMPER-TRAILER, ROOF-TOP TENT ECT. We are a family owned and run winery, with 50 acres of land and spacious camp sites throughout the vineyard. Situated just 10 minutes from Margaret River township, its the perfect location to explore all that our beautiful region has to offer. We also encourage campers to join us in our cellar door for a complimentary wine tasting between 10:30am - 5pm, 7 days a week. Here you will get to try our premium handmade wines, take a look behind the scenes in our cellar and if your lucky and Matt is around, get an insight from the owner/winemaker himself. CAMPING GUIDLINES: - We only accept self-contained caravans/motorhomes/vans/rooftop tents, so PLEASE DO NOT BOOK UNLESS YOU HAVE YOUR OWN CHEMICAL TOILET. NO EXCEPTIONS, YOU WILL BE TURNED AWAY. - WE DO NOT ACCEPT GROUND TENTS OR SWAGS. DO NOT BOOK UNLESS YOU ARE IN A SELF CONTAINED VEHICLE IE CARAVAN, MOTORHOME, CAMPER-TRAILER, ROOF-TOP TENT ECT. - Please arrive with enough drinking water for your stay, but if you do run low we have potable water available at a cost of $1 per 25LT jerry can (please note we do not fill caravan/van tanks). - We allow campfires when the shire regulations permit. -We are a dog friendly, as long as they remain on lead at all times. Check-in at the CELLAR DOOR between 10:30am - 5pm. If you are running late, please call the cellar door to let us know and arrangements can be made. We offer indoor and outdoor weekly Saturday and pop up Sunday Mat Pilates classes, thanks to @kimabbapilates. Visit her instagram for all class details. We look forwards to welcoming you all, Jarvis Estate team.
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Relax with nature at Brodie's Farm

1 site · RV, Tent5 acres · Nannup, WA
Relax and enjoy the peace at Brodie's Farm. Watch the kangaroos and emus walk by and enjoy the birdsong in the morning. Brodie's Farm is a work in progress so come and ask us what we're up to. And feel free to wander the 5 acre property to see for yourself. A great space to feel close to nature, enjoy the gorgeous town of Nannup (just 3.5km away) and explore the forest by bike or foot.
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Blackwood Ridge Nature Park

4 sites · RVs45 acres · Bridgetown, WA
Blackwood Ridge Nature Park is situated on the Roebank property and as party of the first settlement in this area, both Roebank and the neighbouring Peninsula House have historical significance in Bridgetown. The Roebank Cottage was built in 1890 by the grand-daughter of John Septimus Roe who was a famous civil engineer contributing to the original town planning of Perth City and Roebourne. In the early days, Roebank was used for livestock grazing and had the largest shearing shed this side of Bridgetown used by the neighbouring farmers. Over the years the property has been used as a pear orchard, goat farm and other small farming activities. Today the property operates as a family hobby farm with short-stay accommodation along the river residences and nature park sites on the high points offering scenic views of the valley.
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Cosy Caravan in Nature

3 sites · RVs, Tents83 acres · Balingup, WA
Kangamia is a beautiful re-vegetated permaculture-style property planted over 35 years. Plantings include; Two hardwood timber plantations, a beautiful oak grove, a lovely olive grove, a bambooserie, citrus and macadamia orchards, and of course, the picturesque dam. The property is home to amazing bird life and absolute tranquility.Our location also offers the most magical starry skies on a clear night. It's a total escape from the worries of the world.Well-behaved four-legged friends are allowed to stay too! Just please ensure they don't don't chase the wildlife or our sheep.
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Blackwood River Estate

7 sites · RVs, Tents200 acres · Benjinup, WA
Located in the picturesque Blackwood River Valley of South Western Australia, the farm boasts 200 acres of open pasture and rich soil making it ideal to raise sheep naturally. Our farm is in the shire of Boyup Brook located in the picturesque Blackwood River Valley in Southern Western Australia. "Booyup" refers the Aboriginal term for "place of big stones" or "place of big smoke". Book your unique stay with us! Suitable for the adventurous spirit who is looking for unrestricted access to walk, run or cycle by day and star gazing by night. Why not book a camping weekend on the farm or even a week to explore the Blackwood River Valley? Unrestricted access to walk, run or even cycle the 200 acre farm. The Nollajup Nature Reserve borders the farm on two sides with the Blackwood River accessible for fishing or kayaking from Boyup Brook or Bridgetown.
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Amber Ridge Estate

8 sites · RVs, Tents68 acres · Paynedale, WA
A 68-acre peaceful retreat nestled within State Forest, a short drive from Donnybrook. We are one of only two properties in this small, isolated pocket. We have three sites available for self-contained campers, and one site that offers bathroom facilities. Stay here and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of your surroundings over a glass of wine from one of the local wineries or head out and explore the beautiful Geographe Wine Region. Redgum Hill Nestled in amongst the red gums on an elevated position near the edge of the property, you will be camping next to the old hay shed. The birdlife here is amazing, with red tailed cockatoos and honeyeaters amongst others frequently visiting. Please take care whilst exploring around this area, there are some deep rabbit warrens around the hay shed, which can be hidden in the grass in winter. This site has no facilities, self-contained campers/vans only. Valley Vista Valley Vista is a private and secluded haven, on an elevated spot backed onto state forest looking down over the valley, with arguably the best views of the farm. This site has no facilities, self-contained campers/vans only. Creek Junction Creek Junction is a peaceful area by the creek line nestled in amongst the trees, where the gully running down the hill meets the creek. One of our three dams is hidden in amongst the tea tree bushes nearby. You can see the house from this campsite, but it is far enough away that privacy is not an issue. This site has no facilities, self-contained campers/vans only. Please be aware, all of our dams are seasonal and will be very low in the summer months. We also recommend that you do not swim in them. Shed Pad with bathroom Shed Pad is a powered site (15 amp) situated next to the main shed with bathroom facilities, including a flushing toilet. This site is relatively flat, perfect for a couple of tents or two medium/one large caravan. It overlooks neighbouring paddocks and state forest. Please note, this site has a two-night minimum stay requirement. Base price covers two people.
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Killarney Glen Camping

4 sites · RVs, Tents3 acres · Dardanup, WA
*****FIRE BANS IN PLACE - No camp fires permitted***** ~~~~You must BYO Toilet (No digging permitted)~~~ Our 2.5 acre property in Dardanup West is a beautiful green space of mostly level grass with some lovely large shade trees. We are surrounded by other small holdings with farm animals including chickens (and roosters), sheep, horses and cows. We also have lots of wildlife including Kangaroo's, Ducks, Ibis, Black Cockatoos and many other birds frequenting or passing through. We back onto Gavins Gully which is an idyllic creek running through ex-farm land. The creek is a great place to spend time with your children making boats from sticks and leaves and watching them sail away. Or maybe enjoy a picnic by the creek and just relax in the tranquillity. There's plenty of happy memories to be made! We get lovely sunsets and if you are up early enough, beautiful sunrises. The evenings are always stunning with dappled light coming through the trees! It is magical and our favourite time of the day when everything is cooling down in summer. Enjoy taking an evening walk by the creek and along the bridal trail or just sitting back and enjoying the sounds of nature with some nibbles and drinks. Make sure to look up at night and soak it all in. Listening to the wind rustling in the trees is one of our favourite sounds and the kookaburras calling in the morning and evenings. We also love to watch and listen to all the different bird callings - you may hear a Boobook owl calling to a mate! We are centrally located to loads of attractions! Check out some of them below: • Bunbury and it's coffee strip, bars and beaches only 15 minutes away • Ferguson Valley with all it's Wineries and Breweries only 10 minutes away • Wellington National Park with it's stunning bush, mountain biking, off-roading, swimming and hiking plus the worlds largest dam mural with walkway across the top only 20 minutes away • Wellington Mills, Gnomesville and Wellington Discovery Forest only 20 minutes away • Crooked Brook Conservation Forest picnicking and hiking only 10 minutes away • "The Paddock" sunflower farm in Crooked Brook only 5 minutes away (January only) • Dardanup Bakery and Tavern only 2 minutes away (if you're looking for a great pie or parmi) • Donnybrook and it's Apple Fun Park only 15 minutes away • Boyanup with it's Rail Heritage museum and regular farmers market only 10 minutes away. • Eaton Fair with it's huge range of shopping opportunities only 15 minutes away • Busselton only 40 minutes away (Dunsborough approx. 1 hour) We don't have any toilet facilities onsite so you must bring your own. There is a dumpsite located in Dardanup (5 minutes away) at the information bay by the railway line and little church. We provide running bore water by tap and an outdoor kitchen sink by our back fence where you will be camping (cold water only). The water is safe to drink and wash dishes in. There’s a rustic outdoor shower (cold water only at this stage). We would love to offer our guests hot and cold showers and a composting toilet one day. These are our goals and the money we make from Hipcamp goes towards achieving these and making your stay more comfortable and sustainable. :) Checkout our extras for power and firewood! Please note we live here too so you will see us around. Our kids are free spirited and love coming to say hello! Being ex-farm land, it's generally an open environment, but we don't have neighbours too close by (100m+). We ask that campers don't make lots of noise after sunset and please avoid shining torches towards our home or our neighbours. NOTE: The camp area is in full view of our home, but we try to respect your privacy. Please recommend us to your family and friends and leave us a review at the end of your stay, so we can keep reaching for our goals to make this place even better! We are open to suggestions on how to make your time here even more memorable. We are new to Hipcamp, so please also take it easy on us.
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The best camping near Dalgarup National Park guide

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Embark on an adventure through Dalgarup National Park, where the untamed wilderness beckons the intrepid at heart. Traverse through lush landscapes, marvel at the rich biodiversity, and immerse yourself in the serene beauty of nature. Whether you're a hiker, birdwatcher, or simply seeking a peaceful retreat, Dalgarup offers an array of activities to satisfy your wanderlust.

When to go

The best time to visit Dalgarup National Park is during the cooler months from April to September, when the weather is mild and conducive for outdoor activities. The summer months can be extremely hot, making it less ideal for those looking to explore the park's trails and natural attractions.

Know before you go

  • Always check the latest park alerts for any closures or safety information before planning your visit.
  • Ensure you have a valid parks pass for entry, and be aware of any camping or attraction fees.
  • Prepare for remote travel by packing sufficient water, food, and first-aid supplies.
  • Respect the park's natural environment by adhering to the 'Leave No Trace' principles.
  • Access to nature may vary, so verify the accessibility of trails and facilities if you have specific needs.

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