Following all government guidelines regarding social distances, hygiene and expressing these clearly to all guests. Reduced numbers in shared areas such as the shop and reception, increased levels of cleaning especially on high traffic areas such as door handles. Promoting activities in the area that encourage social distancing such as fishing, kayaking, bushwalking, and picnics. Maintaining a positive and flexible manner of trade. Keeping up to date with regulatory changes and how it affects the holiday park.
A holiday park focused on appreciating quality time with family, friends and the natural environment.
Large, grassed and shady camping sites only 350m wander to the beach. Lots of facilities on site such as a shop, liquor store, mini golf and campers kitchen. Studio rooms that have ensuite bathrooms, TV, air-con, full linen, tea and coffee. Large, new shared kitchen and dining area for studio guests.
No one has to miss out on the camping experience, everyone can get away to the beach now!
There is plenty to be thankful for when you arrive at Peppermint Grove Beach Holiday Park. Although you have only travelled 2 hours from Perth you feel like you have reached a tranquil natural destination nestled between the Tuart Forest and Geographe Bay.
20 mins to both Bunbury and Busselton, day trips are easily accessible with the Ferguson Valley just 30 mins away and the famous Margaret River Region just 45 mins further down the highway. Or just explore the beaches, the Capel River, the Tuart Forest right here in Peppermint Grove Beach. There are access points onto the beach for 4WD so keen fisherman and beach lovers can set up right near the water.
Friday night woodfired pizzas are popular with the locals and travellers and there are homewares and clothing items to contemplate right here at the park in the onsite shop, as are local wines, beer and various other drinks.