Gracetown Caravan Park

Star 4.6 (281 Google reviews)

Gracetown Caravan Park

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Open Daily 21 September - 1 May: 8am - 6pm 1 May - 20 September: 9am - 5pm
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Gracetown Caravan Park is set in the heart of the beautiful Margaret River Wine Region only 2.5kms from the beautiful coast of Cowaramup Bay. A family park offering a range of spacious shady sites to fully self-contained chalets, the park itself is set on 13 acres in a bushy, rural setting with wildlife roaming freely.
The Park offers a range of free activities and facilities including:
  • Free WiFi
  • 18-hole Mini Golf
  • Basketball, tennis and volleyball courts
  • Playground
  • Undercover camp kitchen and toilet block. 
From Late September - until Late April you can enjoy "Movies under the Stars" on the Park's very own outdoor screen!     

Kids and adults alike will love the kangaroos that wander freely around the caravan park. At certain times of the year, mums with their joeys can be seen during early morning and evening, eating and relaxing at the grassed areas throughout the park. Campers often comment jokingly on the thuds heard during the night as a kangaroo or two hop by.  At night be delighted by the brushtail possums that come down out of the peppi trees for a light snack. The kids will love the opportunity to come within metres of these friendly and inquisitive marsupials. The roaming wildlife means that unfortunately, the Park cannot allow dogs or cats.

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Gracetown Caravan Park

744 Cowaramup Bay Rd &, Caves Rd, Gracetown WA 6284, Australia

Reviews

Star 4.6 (281 Google reviews)
Sylvia Uchôa 11 April 2022

Great caravan park, 10 min from Margaret River, Laura was amazing helping me with a last minute booking late hour. Facilities are clean and good. Bathroom really good. Recommend to add one more microwave and oven on busy weekends. All staff helpful!

Graham Weber 20 March 2022

This is a must go to! We stayed one Saturday night to go to a function near Yalingup. The park has good, though dated, facilities. The trees make it a fantastic place to stay. Kangaroos, kookaburras, red breasted robins all visited our site in the evening. We will be going back just to stay there.

Clintoo me 28 April 2022

Nice back to the bush park. Alot of the sites are in the bush with quite a distance between your neighbours. We had one of the larger sites which still were not on top of the neighbours. We stayed over the school holidays, where they had a daily coffee van and french patisserie vans. They run outdoor movies for the kids and had food trucks of an evening. Good playground for the kids. We took their bikes and hardly saw them as they spent their time exploring the bush around the park. We had a great time and rebooked for next year. We had a look in a couple of the newer renovated cabins which seemed nice too

Phil Routley 04 March 2022

We have arrived home after 4 nights here. Will revisit but pick a quieter time. Staff interesting to talk too and with covid restrictions, some campers found it a little hard to adhere too, mainly ablution block. We were given spot next to basketball court which was challenging but hey the kids were enjoying themselves. Traffic in and out of this park hectic at times but would thoroughly recommend a few nights here.🤩

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