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Western Australia

Your window to nature’s wonders.

Revel in Western Australia's rugged beauty, from bush to beach.

Western Australia offers awesome holiday experiences that will stay with you forever.

This vast state boasts breathtaking natural treasures, from ancient rock formations to spectacular waterfalls and pristine beaches.

Settle into one of our ideally-located caravan parks – WA’s outdoor adventure playground awaits!

As you journey north along the Indian Ocean Road, visit the charming coastal town of Ledge Point, explore Kalbarri, Denham and the Shark Bay World Heritage Area.

South of Perth, enjoy the spectacular Serpentine Region with its iconic waterfall and majestic Jarrah Forest. Find your bliss with magnificent food and wine from the Margaret River Region, enjoy world-famous waves and caves at Yallingup, admire the striking coastline of the south-west coast port town of Albany.

Prepare for something truly special!

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Western Australia.

Perth, Western Australia

Embrace the healing power of nature at Serpentine National Park.

This peaceful haven is only an hour from Perth, in the Darling Ranges. Visit the spectacular cascading Serpentine Falls. Pause to soak up the beauty around you. Relax with a picnic at the falls or nearby Serpentine Dam.

Marvel at the world’s only Jarrah Forest. Almost 80% of the animals and plants in this biodiversity hotspot are found nowhere else on the planet. Stroll walking trails – July to November is the best time to admire the vibrant wildflowers. Look out for local wildlife and almost 70 species of birds, including black cockatoos.

Pop into the quaint towns of Serpentine and Jarrahdale to browse for gifts, enjoy a light lunch and discover the area’s rich history. Sample local offerings during a leisurely visit to the award-winning Millbrook Winery. If you’re feeling energetic, go mountain biking at Langford Park.

Margaret River, Western Australia

Indulge your love of fine wine, food and nature.

This world-renowned region boasts an abundance of award-winning wineries, craft breweries, distilleries and restaurants. Savour sensational produce and culinary delights. Browse local art galleries and artisan markets for a special gift.

Discover 60,000 years of Wadandi history, explore limestone caves beneath Yallingup and the Leeuwin Naturaliste Ridge. Admire 130 kilometres of pristine coastline, surf world-class breaks at Yallingup and Gracetown. Tackle a stretch of the Cape to Cape Track, see sweeping clifftop views, spot dolphins and whales, drive through majestic karri forest.

For the more adventurous, climb mainland Australia’s tallest lighthouse or walk the historic Busselton jetty – at 1.8 kilometres it’s the longest wooden-piled jetty in the Southern Hemisphere.

Albany, Western Australia

This historic port town was the first European settlement in WA.

Just five hours from Perth, it’s an ideal base to explore the incredible Great Southern Region. From beach to bush, you’ll find plenty to keep everyone happy.

Views over the bay and Southern Ocean are sure to impress. The dramatic coastline features fascinating rock formations, including well-known Natural Bridge and The Gap, honed by pounding waves over millions of years.

Laze away the day at Misery Beach, Tourism Australia’s pick for Best Beach 2022. Don’t let the name mislead you – this secluded beach is perfect for swimming, snorkelling, surfing or fishing.

Grab your hiking boots and camera then get off the beaten track. Take in panoramic views from mountain ranges, explore national parks with some of the world’s rarest species of flora and fauna, walk the southern end of the Bibbulmun Track.

Gain a glimpse of history at the National ANZAC Centre. Climb aboard a replica of the Brig Amity, and see the last whaling ship in Australia at the historic Whaling Station at Discovery Bay.

Make time to sample offerings from local cafes, restaurants, hand-crafted breweries and wineries. The Great Southern is the largest wine producing region by area in Australia.

Coral Coast, Western Australia

For an unforgettable adventure at any time of the year, head 600 kilometres north of Perth to explore the Coral Coast.

Take advantage of the Mediterranean climate for year-round water activities. Crystal clear waters and unspoiled beaches are ideal for swimming, snorkelling, fishing. Sit back and relax as you cruise the islands or spot marine life.

Shark Bay World Heritage Area will be a highlight of your trip. Covering 2.2million hectares and stretching 1,500 kilometres along the coast, it’s home to many animals and plants found no-where else on earth. Join traditional custodians on Country with Wula Gura Nyinda Eco Cultural Adventures.

Just 20 minutes from Denham is Monkey Mia, where you can enjoy a close-up view of rangers feeding the bottlenose dolphins.

Spend time at Kalbarri, the jewel of the Coral Coast, to marvel at 400 million-year-old gorges and ancient rock formations, towering coastal cliffs and the iconic Nature’s Window.

Tasman Holiday Parks
Western Australia.

Albany's Historic Whaling Station at Discovery Bay, Albany | Tasman Holiday Parks
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Ledge Point beach on a sunny day
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Start planning your WA escape.

Get ready to immerse yourself in some of Australia’s most beautiful and unique natural environments. WA is absolutely stunning!

From your home base at one of our well-appointed caravan parks, WA’s dramatic cliffs, caves and rock formations, pristine beaches, wildlife and marine life are within easy reach.

North of Perth, follow the Indian Ocean Drive to the picturesque Coral Coast. Take time to discover the natural wonders and attractions of Ledge Point, Jurien Bay, Cervantes and Kalbarri. Travel the World Heritage Drive to Denham to explore the Shark Bay World Heritage Area.

Head south of Perth and discover the forests and falls of the Serpentine Region. Continue on to the world-famous Margaret River Region – follow food and wine trails or soak up the best of nature.

From here, unwind and enjoy a picturesque drive through the tourist towns of Busselton, Dunsborough and Yallingup. If you’re visiting Albany, a detour through enchanting Walpole and Denmark is well worth the time.

Aerial view of Kalbarri Skywalk

If you’re touring the Coral Coast, stay at our Ledge Point, Kalbarri or Denham caravan parks. WA’s great treasures are right on your doorstep.

Exceptional beaches are ideal for swimming, snorkelling, windsurfing and water sports. Fishing hotspots will satisfy beginners and seasoned anglers. Test your sandboarding skills on the massive Lancelin Sand Dunes.

Marvel at the ancient alien-looking landscape of the Pinnacles Desert in Cervantes then spot dolphins and sea lions at Jurien Bay. Gain a different view of Kalbarri, Denham and World Heritage Listed Shark Bay; explore via 4WD, boat or a scenic plane flight.

Escape to the peaceful Serpentine National Park. Follow fine wine, food and nature trails through Margaret River Region then head towards the coast. Indulge in your adventure of choice. Surf world-class breaks at Yallingup, trek along coastal cliffs or through karri forest, go caving, relax in Injidup natural spa rock pool, or sample local wines and cuisine.

Visit the Great Southern Region to hike Bluff Knoll, which rises 1,000 metres above sea level and offers sensational 360-degree views of Stirling Range National Park.

During the drive from Walpole to Albany, stop at the Valley of the Giants Treetop Walk with its 40-metre high Tingle Trees. Snorkel in the crystal clear waters of Greens Pool and Elephant Rocks near Denmark. Discover local wineries, fine foods, arts and craft studios.

In Albany, swim or stroll at popular Middleton Beach, stand on a cantilevered lookout platform over the Southern Ocean, visit the wind farm or walk a section of the Bibbulmun Track. Learn about this biodiversity hotspot, visit the National ANZAC Centre, the replica of the Brig Amity or historic Whaling Station at Discovery Bay.

If you’re planning a romantic escape, leisurely family holiday or adventure-packed weekend with friends, WA has memorable options for everyone.

Couple watching the sunset by the sea | Tasman Holiday Parks Denham Seaside

Step away from the hustle and bustle of life with an old fashioned family holiday.

Tasman boasts some of the best caravan parks WA has to offer, in inspired locations so you can relax and create wonderful holiday memories.

Whether you’re camping solo, with a friend or family, we have a variety of sites to meet your needs. Spacious grassy areas, shade cloth mat sites and concrete slabs have water and sullage point access. Powered and unpowered sites are available.

Ask our friendly staff about locations to make the most of the beauty around you. Absolute waterfront sites are perfect for quick beach access or views of the stunning WA sunset. Other sites have lovely garden views, shady surrounds or sit nestled between trees for privacy. If you’re keen for a new experience, opt for a comfy eco tent or go “glamping” in a luxury bell tent.

Every Tasman park is safe, clean and friendly, designed with your comfort in mind. Most parks provide well-equipped camp kitchens, BBQs, eating areas, clean amenities and laundry facilities. Some parks also offer convenient ensuite sites.

If your furry friend is joining the holiday, check which parks have pet-friendly sites. Always call before booking to find out terms and conditions.

Beach Barbeque on the beach, Shark Bay World Heritage Area.

Ready to enjoy a relaxed getaway in the comfort of your caravan or motor home?

Whether you’re grey nomads journeying around the country or taking the family on a weekend adventure, Tasman has a great range of caravan parks. WA parks are situated in prime locations so you can enjoy attractions on your doorstep or venture further afield to explore.

We have a variety of sites, including simple grassed areas, concrete slabs with room for an awning, or drive-through sites for larger vehicles. All sites are level and easily accessible so it’s simple to set up your home away from home.

Prefer a site with stunning national park views or beachfront access? Close neighbours or privacy? A pet-friendly site so your canine companion can join in the fun? Speak with our staff before booking so we can let you know the options.

Choose an ensuite site or use the park’s clean, modern facilities. Most parks have all the home comforts, from quality camp kitchens, BBQs, tables and seating to full amenities and laundry facilities. Kiosks, recreation activities, equipment hire and free WiFi are available at some locations.

Powered Seaview site | Tasman Holiday Parks Denham Seaside

Do you like all the creature comforts while you’re away on holiday? When it comes to Tasman caravan parks in WA you are spoilt for choice.

Cosy studios, 1 or 2-bedroom cabins and Oceanview villas cater for different needs and budgets. Cabins are self-contained, with a kitchen or kitchenette, separate bedrooms, full bathroom, lounge room with a TV, air conditioning, plus linen and towels. Ask about wheelchair accessible accommodation.

You choose the level of luxury, from clean, modern standard cabins to deluxe accommodation with extras such as a chef’s kitchen, gas log fireplace or additional media technology. Consider your location too. Do you want to wake up to the sound of the waves, enjoy superb ocean or bush views, or host a relaxing dinner party on the patio? The choice is yours.

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Oceanview villa | Tasman Holiday Parks Denham Seaside

Kalbarri

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