Put your feet up and feel the stress of the road fall away.
The adventure starts right here – at Yallingup Caves!
Escape to another world at Tasman Holiday Parks – Yallingup Caves.
Nestled alongside the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, you’re surrounded by nature and some of the best scenery around.
Enjoy sunset over the beach and the sights and sounds of the bush, with the bonus of good coffee and the iconic Caves House Hotel just across the road!
Explore the walking trails around the park, swim in the lagoon, surf spectacular breaks and throw in a line.
Or take it easy and relax. Enjoy a bottle of the local wine and a grazing platter in our green and grassy park while you watch the kids burn off energy!
Your home away from home
Choose from grass and bush tent sites, caravan sites (some with ensuites), glamping and our comfortable two-bedroom chalets.
Challenge the kids to a game of table tennis or table football in the games room or send down a few overs on the old Yallingup cricket oval.
Close to nature
Our Yallingup Caves holiday park is surrounded by bushland. Enjoy the birdlife, explore the four walking trails near the park or head to the beach and look for whales in season.
The social and relaxed atmosphere at Caves Caravan Park is what keeps our guests coming back again and again. Whether it be a swag or a glamping tent, a pop-up camper or ensuite caravan site, or go all out with a self contained chalet, we’ve got you covered.
Camp in style in our luxury glamping tent set amongst the shady peppermint trees.
Our two bedroom chalets are self contained and perfect for a family getaway or group of friends.
Camping & Caravan Sites
From ensuite sites, powered caravan sites, grassed camping, and even bush camping, there’s something for everyone at Yallingup Caves!
Easy meals when caravanning
When its holiday time the last thing anyone wants, is to miss out on the fun times because they are stuck in a kitchen. There are ways though, to make meal prep and cooking all part of the joy of holidaying, starting by making an outing of sourcing locally grown and produced food.