RAC Karri Valley Resort

Star 4.3 (708 Google reviews)

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RAC Karri Valley Resort

Starting Journey from PERTH. The distance is approximately 335 km's. Please allow about 3 ½ - 4 hours of travelling time. Take the Forrest Highway to Bunbury. Then continue from Bunbury by following one of the following options.
Option A: Via Bussell Highway - At the big roundabout before Bunbury, turn on to Bunbury Bypass. Follow the signs to Busselton, along the Bussell Highway. Just about 8 km before Busselton, left turn on to Sues Road, following the signs to Nannup & Pemberton. Karri Valley Resort is on Vasse Highway, about 57 km after Nannup and 22 km before you get to Pemberton. When the speed limit changes to 70Km, the Resort is about 2 minutes from here. After this sign there is an intersection of Hop Garden Road, keep travelling a bit further and RAC Karri Valley Resort will be on your left . Please drive in to get to the Reception.
Option B: Via South Western Highway - At the big roundabout before Bunbury, turn on to Bunbury Bypass. Follow South Western Highway through Donnybrook, Bridgetown and then Manjimup. Turn right onto Vasse Highway heading towards Pemberton. About 3 km past Pemberton, turn right to continue on the Vasse Highway. There is a blue sign stating 'RAC Karri Valley Resort 17km' at this intersection. Follow the Vasse Highway and when the speed limit changes to 70km, the Resort is about 2 minutes away. Karri Valley Resort will be on your right side just before Hop Garden Road. Please drive in to get to the Reception. Be aware of the Kangaroos. Please be careful and slow down.
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RAC Karri Valley Resort is located in the southern forests region of Western Australia. The setting is spectacular, surrounded by towering karri trees and on the edge of trout-filled Lake Beedelup. Kookaburras, kangaroos, emus – truly an Australian getaway. Choose from a self-contained 2 or 3 bedroom chalet or a hotel-style room on the edge of the Lake. New caravan & camping options are now open, providing a new accommodation offering. Activities and facilities include: Canoeing, trout fishing, mini golf, archery, tennis, feeding the farm animals and bush walks.
Whether you're looking for a romantic getaway, a family fun-filled holiday or catching up with friends to explore the southern forest region, RAC Karri Valley Resort offers a range of accommodation styles and endless activities to do as little or as much as your heart desires. 

Located among the towering Karri trees of Western Australia's South West Region, a leisurely 3.5 hour drive from Perth. Dine at the Lakeside Restaurant for breakfast, lunch and dinner or order a platter and enjoy the peace and tranquility from your own private chalet or room. The caravan and camping area is now open, offering ensuite sites, powered sites and unpowered camper sites. Cook up a feast in the state of the art camp kitchen, overlooking the Karri forest. Dump point located on site to make your stay more convenient. 

Location

RAC Karri Valley Resort

11342 Vasse Highway Yeagarup, Beedelup WA 6260, Australia

Reviews

Star 4.3 (708 Google reviews)
Alegna 01 February 2024

We spent 3 days in the Lakeside room. The room was clean and tidy. It didn't look old or dated or dirty as mentioned in other comments but there was only one sink to be used after toilet and for the dishes. We did the walks around the lake and some of the activities i.e. archery which was awesome, canoeing and kayaking which we thoroughly enjoyed, swimming and fishing. The staff from the activity hut were very helpful and friendly. The overall experience was so great especially from the staff that we have decided that we will return soon and we highly recommend this site for a family vacation.

Kevin James Photography 28 December 2023

Spend two nights here and it was a really nice getaway! The river view rooms are great with enough amenities. Easy parking and also plenty of activities to do. Certain activities close at a certain time, so be aware. The restaurant is really nice with a variety of options, with beautiful views of the river. There's a really great trail walk accessible right from the accommodation too, heads towards the waterfall. Would recommend this resort! ~ @kevinjames.photography

Graham Braid 06 January 2024

We stayed four nights on a powered tent site. The site was HUGE. Excellent access to water and power. Grassy, if a little dry (January). Really good bathroom facilities and excellent camp kitchen - one of the best I've ever seen. Bring your own shade gazebo while the young trees are growing. Also bring an impact driver/drill for pegs - the ground is super hard. Easy access to the main resort facilities. We did archery and thoroughly enjoyed it. Heaps of kangaroos around every evening. Thoroughly recommend this place.

Alice B 29 December 2023

The campsite is lovely with lots of room for more than one car. The lake is very pretty and the food in the restaurant was amazing, if you go with kids this place has many great activities for them to enjoy. There are also some nice nature trails within the campgrounds, will come again in the future

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