Flinders Bay Caravan Park
Caravan Parks & Camping
Augusta's only beachfront caravan park and dog friendly too! Shady and grassed camp sites with all amenities for a relaxing and fun filled family holiday accommodation in Augusta.
More informationFlinders Bay Caravan Park is Augusta's only Beachfront Holiday Park offering the best value accommodation in Augusta. A well kept secret as the sites are private, shady and grassed offering a relaxing retreat for the whole family. Holidaying dogs are welcome on leads.
Enjoy the BBQ's, three amenities blocks, fish cleaning area, Tourist information, Eftpos and direct access to Flinders Bay Boat Ramp, foreshore and playground.
You will find this is the perfect spot to stay while exploring the many local award winning wineries and restaurants, and to take in the natural wonders of the majestic caves and forests of Australia's South West.
Flinders Bay Caravan Park has one on site caravan, 102 Powered Sites and 30 Un-powered Sites.
Powered sites $35 to $39
Unpowered sites $29 to $33
Extra adults $15
Extra children $11
Dogs $2 per dog per night
On site van to $100 per night (max 2adults & 2 children)
Seniors Discount Feb1 to Dec 1 $234 per week
Perfect Location on the beach! Lovely Caravan park ,Dogs are welcome. Amenities are clean and very well maintained.Showers are hot. Large grassed sites with tall hedging for privacy. Close to park for kids. Been here a few times and our kids love it . Definatly worth a visit.
Lovely park. Well kept. Could offer senior rates.
Great Caravan Park with friendly staff. The aminities are very clean and well maintained. There are some amazing shady sites under the trees. Nearby is a beautiful beach.
So good!! We even extended our stay because we loved it so much! The staff are totally fantastic, and the park itself is pretty amazing too. Our camp site was literally just a few metres from the beach, and it’s also a very short walk to the off-leash dog beach area. I’ve posted a couple of photos that are taken from the same spot on a pathway (with wooden rails), but opposite directions- one way is showing the beach, the other way is showing the camp site- hopefully this shows you JUST how close it is.