Make sure you don’t miss out. Bookings are now being made for the Christmas New Year break 2021 – 2022 and all through the rest of this year 2021.
We no longer have a landline number so please do not call
(08) 9840 8212
The only number we have is 0410 775 957 please text your details for bookings and we will get back to you or fill out the Online Booking Form
It is always regretful when we have to increase our prices but due to increasing costs, our new price structure.
PEAK SEASON & ALL PUBLIC HOLIDAYS
Adults $20 per night
Children $7 per night (infants under 5 free, 5-15 $7, 15+ $20)
Powered Caravan / Camper $40 per night – Unpowered $35
Powered Site $10 per night
Adults $15 per night
Children $5 per night (infants under 5 free, 5-15 $5, 15+ $15)
Powered Caravan / Camper $35per night – Unpowered $30
Powered Site $7 per night
We have no space available.
We will be closed from Friday May 21 – Monday May 31
All Chalets are undergoing major upgrades and are unavailable until further notice. If you have previously made a booking we will contact you directly.
Book Now. Please go to our booking page
UPDATE May 13 – Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Unfortunately we are still unable to open until the next phase kicks in. We will keep you posted!
Bookings are being taken for the Christmas – New Year period. Please go to our booking page
Due to the new regulations we are having to cancel all bookings until future notice. We are disappointed and sorry for having to take this measure but our first priority is to make sure that folk are all well and protected in this pandemic.
We hope to see you sometime in the future when all this is over!
For people who have made bookings and deposited money we will offer a full refund.
One of the safest places to be is in the bush. We are a “bush camp” but we cannot vouch for everyone camping here that they are coronavirus free. We are doing all we can to maintain a healthy environment.
Because we have a large number of campers over the Easter holidays we advise everyone to bring their own hand sanitiser.
- frequently washing your hands for at least 20 seconds with soap and water, or using an alcohol-based hand gel
- refraining from touching mouth and nose
- if coughing or sneezing, covering your nose and mouth with a paper tissue or flexed elbow – dispose of the tissue immediately after use and perform hand hygiene
- avoiding close contact with anyone if you, or they, have a cold or flu-like symptoms (maintain a distance of at least 1 meter).
Up to date online information:
Department of Health website