Caves Caravan Park
- BBQ area
- Camp kitchen
- Fireplace (wood or gas)
- Free WiFi
- Game room
- Linen included
- Non-smoking rooms
- Pets allowed
- Public showers
Caves Caravan Park is a family-friendly holiday destination nestled between a national park and world-class surfing beaches in Yallingup, Western Australia. Camp among the shady peppermint trees with a powered or ensuite site or kick back in a 2-bedroom chalet or glamping tent. With a cafe and the heritage-listed Caves House pub across the road and beaches a 10min stroll away, this is the perfect base to enjoy picturesque Yallingup and the Margaret River region.
Yallingup is known as the birthplace of surfing in Western Australia and Caves Caravan Park has been a second home for salty surfers for generations. With the region now placed as a world-famous food and wine hot spot, the Park has also become a base for families and groups to explore the 200+ wineries on the Park's doorstep, not to mention the breweries and restaurants.
If waves or wine aren’t for you the Park is also a nature lovers paradise. Backing on to the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park and the Cape to Cape walk trail you’re able to step out of your tent and into our quiet surrounds. Did you know the iconic Nilgi Cave is just a 15min walk away?
With a huge camp kitchen and new 'family style' communal bathrooms, at Caves Caravan Park you can enjoy the experience of camping among the peppermint trees with the luxury of high-quality facilities. For an extra level of convenience, you can even choose an ensuite site with your very own private bathroom.
Caves Caravan Park's self-contained chalets are the perfect option for those who want to experience the fun relaxed vibe of camping without the hassle of setting up a tent or caravan! With two bedrooms and one bathroom, these chalets are perfect for a family getaway or a group of friends
So what does a typical day look like: wake up to the sounds of the bush, grab a coffee across the road at the General Store, stroll down to the beach, explore the Margaret River wine region and finish it all off by the fire at the camp kitchen. Don’t forget your torch for night-time possum spotting.