Hamelin Bay Holiday Park is now taking bookings for guests who reside in the Perth, Peel, Great Southen, Wheatbelt and South West Regions. We have our Covid-19 policy in place for the protection of our guests , staff and community. You can book online or via email or telephone.
Hamelin Bay Holiday Park
- BBQ area
- Camp kitchen
- Linen included
Absolute beach frontage caravan and holiday park at beautiful Hamelin Bay, between Margaret River and Augusta.
At Hamelin Bay Holiday Park, stay and enjoy a varied scope of activities including safe swimming, diving on wrecks and caves offshore, snorkelling, beach fishing, boating, surfing, beachcombing and more, all within strolling distance of this family-friendly park.
Located within the beautiful Leeuwin Naturaliste National Park, the park is established on a wide sweeping section of the breathtaking bay.
Powered and unpowered sites are of varying sizes, including several large sites suitable for caravans. Sites are located within metres of the beautiful Hamelin Bay beach or lovely shady sites under a canopy of peppermint trees.
Secluded bush sites are also available away from the hustle and bustle.
Bookings are essential during peak times. Camp fires in approved fire pits are accepted from May to November (depending on weather and fire restrictions at the time).
Water in the park is from a bore and it is recommended to boil before drinking. Drinking water is available for purchase from the kiosk. There is also no wi-fi or mobile reception at the park which means guests can swtich off and relax whilst at Hamelin Bay.
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