If you’re a bona fide road trip fan or a family of caravanning enthusiasts planning to explore the length of Western Australia’s beaches from the north to the south coast, then we’ve got you covered as far as seaside locations go.
After all, you’ll be needing breaks once in a while and need access to safe, clean and conveniently located caravan holiday parks on the white sand beach.
So, before heading out, here are 6 of the best beachside caravan parks in Western Australia where you can park your vehicle, freshen up, relax, and do some exploring.
Kalbarri Red Bluff Tourist Park
Located along Red Bluff Beach Road in Kalbarri, Kalbarri Red Bluff Tourist Park offers stunning views of the Indian Ocean and has direct access to Red Bluff beach. It’s also close to the well-known Kalbarri National Park, meaning you can take in both the beach life and forest life to their fullest.
• Kalbarri accommodation
Aside from the luxurious holiday units featuring a kitchen and bathroom, Kalbarri Red Bluff Tourist Park provides powered en-suite sites that include a shower, toilet and storage space. All accommodation options were built quite recently - so they’re in excellent condition. Book your accommodation in Kalbarri now.
• Park facilities
Air-conditioning, barbecue area, camp kitchen, credit card facilities, drinking water, water filling station, free Wi-Fi, laundry facilities, pet-friendly, powered sites, tourist information.
• Things to do in Kalbarri
The ruggedly beautiful Kalbarri National Park stretches over a 186,000-hectare area and is one of Western Australia’s most popular parks.
Here, you can take leisurely strolls along several coastal cliffs or go hiking on more challenging trails. Don’t forget to take fabulous pictures of the park from the Kalbarri Skywalk and take a selfie at the iconic Nature’s Window. Of course, you can always go beachfront camping while staying close to the tourist park.
Horrocks Beach Caravan Park
Your home away from home and off the camper, Horrocks Beach Caravan Park is one of the most popular caravan parks near the beach. It is located in the coastal town of Horrocks – between Kalbarri and Geraldton. Here, you can spend lazy mornings and relaxing evenings breathing in the ocean breeze.
• Horrocks accommodation
Aside from comfortable holiday units, there are also caravan and camping sites at Horrocks Beach Caravan Park for those who enjoy roughing it out. All based right near the beach, you’ll wake up to the beautiful sea breeze and calm swimming waters as they hit the beachline.
• Park facilities
Ablution amenities block, air-conditioning, barbecue area, clothesline, credit card facilities, drinking water, free Wi-Fi, laundry facilities, pet-friendly, powered sites, sewer dump point, shady sites, shop kiosk and tourist information.
• Things to do in Horrocks
Being a traditional camping and fishing village from as early as the mid-19th century, water activities like swimming, windsurfing and fishing are popular things to do in Horrocks. Sample the best fish and chips in WA; shop at the Horrocks Beach General Store; play golf, lawn bowls, tennis or basketball; or go four-wheel driving to Little Bay or Bowes River mouth; or explore the Willygully Caves.
Geraldton Belair Gardens Caravan Park
Geraldton Belair Gardens Caravan Park is located at the Marine Terrace in the city of Geraldton, around 250 metres away from the beach. The waterfront location is one of the best of any holiday park, meaning you can enjoy breathtaking views of the ocean whilst being close to local attractions.
• Geraldton accommodation
Geraldton Belair Gardens Caravan Park lets you choose from holiday units, cabins, and caravan and camping sites. Based close to the town centre, it’s the perfect central location to book your Geraldton stay.
• Park facilities
Ablution amenities block, accessible accommodation, air-conditioning, barbecue area, camp kitchen, clothesline, credit card facilities, drinking water, free Wi-Fi, games room, laundry facilities, pet-friendly, playgrounds, powered sites, sewer dump point, shady sites, shop kiosk, swimming pool access, Tesla recharge point, tourist information.
• Things to do in Geraldton
At Geraldton, you’re practically spoilt for choice when it comes to the many activities you can choose from. Learn more about the city’s history and architecture at the Spanish missionary-style Saint Francis Xavier Catholic Cathedral, the Western Australian Maritime Museum and Moore Point Lighthouse.
Go exploring at the Yamaji trails, Ellendale Pool, the pink Hutt Lagoon and Greenough Wildlife Park or diving to see the many shipwrecks at the Abrolhos Islands. You can also immerse yourself in the coastal city’s street art and local bar and café scene, or just go swimming at the beach.
Jurien Bay Tourist Park
Just a stone’s throw away from the beach, Jurien Bay Tourist Park is the largest of the caravan parks on the coast at Jurien Bay. Here, you can simply lounge around and take in the breathtaking ocean views if you’re feeling a bit lazy, or stay for the lovely sunsets.
• Jurien Bay accommodation
Jurien Bay Tourist Park features holiday units as well as caravan and camping sites. You can view the full range of accommodation options and view availability online.
• Park facilities
Ablution amenities block, accessible accommodation, air-conditioning, barbecue area, camp kitchen, clothesline, credit card facilities, free Wi-Fi, laundry facilities, pet-friendly, powered sites, sewer dump point, shady sites, Tesla recharge point, tourist information.
• Things to do in Jurien Bay
Aside from being a popular holiday and fishing destination, you can embark on a gastronomic tour of the different restaurants at Jurien Bay.
If you love hiking or cycling, head to the 15-kilometre bituminized Turquoise Way trail. If you have kids, you could also book a sea lion tour and swim up close with these cute marine animals. If you love fishing, go for a fishing charter.
Meanwhile, adrenaline junkies can embark on extreme adventures like skydiving or surfing.
Esperance Bay Holiday Park
The strategically located Esperance Bay Holiday Park is only a 5- to 10-minute walk from the town centre and about two minutes away from the beach. Well-known in the area, Esperance Bay Holiday Park is perfect for families and couples seeking a relaxing stay near the beach.
• Esperance accommodation
You have four accommodation options to choose from at Esperance Bay Holiday Park: holiday units, cabins, a heritage chalet, and caravan and camping sites. If you’re planning to visit during the warmer summer months, book in advance as accommodation fills up fast.
• Park facilities
Ablution amenities block, air-conditioning, barbecue area, camp kitchen, clothesline, credit card facilities, drinking water, free Wi-Fi, laundry facilities, pet-friendly, playgrounds, powered sites, sewer dump point, tourist information.
• Things to do in Esperance
Aside from being the site of the Stokes National Park, which is a birdwatcher’s paradise, the seemingly quiet town of Esperance is actually a treasure trove of fascinating places. Here, you can go beachside camping, fish and snorkel at Shoal Cape, or head to Stokes Inlet – one of the most beautiful estuaries in Western Australia.
You can also head to the 2.8-kilometre long (one way) Stokes Heritage Walk Trail which is a walking track that’s also wheelchair accessible. Other interesting places in Esperance include the Margaret Cove, Torradup Inlet and Moir Homestead Ruins. Meanwhile, the Cape Le Grand National Park is just 30 minutes east of Esperance.
Busselton Lazy Days Caravan Park
Located along the Bussell Highway in the city of Busselton, Busselton Lazy Days Caravan Park is about 10 minutes away from the beach. This caravan park is well-loved for its friendly and warm service, and the many trees providing shade to caravan parkgoers and their vehicles.
• Busselton accommodation
Lazy Days Caravan Park have park homes, van accommodation, and caravan and camping sites all available at a family-friendly price point. Book accommodation online or call them direct for the best prices.
• Park facilities
Ablution amenities block, air-conditioning, kitchen, credit card facilities, free Wi-Fi, laundry facilities, pet-friendly, powered and unpowered sites, shady sites, tourist information.
• Things to do in Busselton
Fascinated with marine life but don’t know how to dive or swim?
Why not take an undersea walk at the Busselton Jetty and witness the richness of ocean life in this part of WA. You can also observe Busselton marine life without the need to get wet by taking the Underwater Observatory tour. Immerse yourself in art, culture and history at the ArtGeo Cultural Complex, or head to the Shelter Brewing Co for some specialty beers and homegrown cider.
For adventurers, you can test your bow and arrow skills at Busselton Archery Park, or visit the Ludlow Tuart Forest just outside Busselton where you can go base jumping, ziplining, climbing and swinging like Tarzan.
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As you can see, there are plenty of beachside holiday destinations available to those wanting to see many of the white sandy beaches in Western Australia.
Whether it’s enjoying the nearby nature-filled scenery of national parks, exploring the marine life by snorkelling in crystal clear waters or even more, these beachside camping areas have a lot to offer.
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