Walpole Rest Point Caravan Park
WA | Walpole
Rest Point Caravan Park is a unique and picturesque waterfront location, located in the heart of the Walpole wilderness, on the banks of the Walpole and Nornalup Inlet Marine Park. The park is 4kms west of Walpole and surrounded by the Walpole-Nornalup National Park.
The Western Australian caravan park offers everything from caravan and camping facilities, to fully self-contained cabins and units. Three well-maintained ablution blocks are at your disposal, along with a fully equipped campers’ kitchen and laundry.
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Speak to our friendly tourist park staff to organise a local Walpole tour – exploring the local waters or venturing through the forest ‘Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk’. You’ll also be perfectly situated to visit some of Walpole’s famous vineyards and breweries.
Walpole is also home to some of Western Australia’s most spectacular national parks including Mt Frankland National Park and Nornalup National Park. Organise a group walking trail with the family or cram into a 4WD and try one of the local 4WD trails. Check out out Walpole Travel Guide for more info.
Our Walpole accommodation ranges from two and three-bedroom cabins to one, two or three-bedroom units or freestanding accommodation, all with breathtaking views of the inlet. Our powered camping sites are also perfect for campers or caravanning enthusiasts.
All Rest Point Caravan Park accommodation is fully self-contained and includes flat screen TVs, DVD players, full kitchen and bathroom facilities. Our cabins also come with reverse cycle air conditioning.
We have grassed level sites for caravans and camping, and also “bush” style sites, under the shade of the peppermint trees. All sites have power and water available. Pets are also permitted on powered sites – check out our pet-friendly accommodation page for more information and T&C’s.
CabinsSleeps 7 From $140.00 Air-Conditioning Self-Contained Kitchen Spacious Bathroom
Walpole Rest Point Caravan Park offers spacious fully furnished and equipped stand alone cabins.
Holiday UnitsSleeps 7 From $115.00 Self-Contained Kitchen Spacious Bathroom Tourist Information
Our units are spacious, fully furnished and equipped with a Flat screen TV and DVD player, Full kitchen, Bathroom, Beautiful water views.
Caravan and Camping SitesSleeps 6 From $30.00 Camp Kitchen Laundry Facilities Pet Friendly
At Rest Point Caravan Park we have level grassed sites for caravans and camping, with power and water available to the sites. There are also ‘bush’ camping and caravan sites available, these are also powered.
Ablution Amenities Block
Clean and spacious amenities including toilets and showers.
Enjoy air-conditioned comfort during the day and heating for cold nights.
We have both open and shaded areas where a barbecue is provided for cooking outdoors.
A nearby boat ramp is provided to help you cast off.
Prepare and enjoy meals with fellow travellers in these shared amenities.
Shared clothes lines are provided to help you dry your clothes.
Clean drinking water is available for park visitors.
Campfires are permitted in approved container only (subject to conditions).
Wi-Fi Hot Spot is available at our park.
Coin operated washing machines are provided at our laundry facilities.
Pets are permitted (powered and unpowered camping sites only).
A giant inflatable pillow for kids to jump and play on.
This park has powered camping sites available.
Sewer Dump Point
Easy-to-access dumping area to connect and empty your wastewater tank.
Large shaded areas are available for caravan and camping visitors.
A kiosk is available for you to purchase food and drinks or supplies.
Tesla Recharge Point
A tesla charging point is available in park grounds.
Information and support can be found for visitors and tourists.
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