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Dwellingup Chalets & Caravan Park

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Perth, Australia
Reviewed 1 week ago

We have stayed here twice and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. Set among woodland, so a great place for kids to be imaginative. We camped both times. The camp kitchen and toilet/shower block were kept clean and tidy. The staff are very friendly and helpful. Lots to do in Dwellingup. Hotham steam railway is just down the road. There's a kids' playground....

Thank nun2
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Reviewed 10 November 2016 via mobile

Loved this campsite! Chalets available, space for tents and campervans. Located in a forest area - it's so pretty! Very large space and spilt up for campervans and tents! So much space! Clean toilets, laundry facilities, campers kitchen and BBQ! Roughly $25-30 a night

Thank FabGab13
Greater Adelaide, Australia
Reviewed 9 October 2016

The setting of this caravan park is just beautiful. Camping in among the huge trees felt like you were away from it all. It felt much safer that the forests of Lane Pool Reserve, where there were scheduled burn-offs happening. Ablution block is modern, big and clean with plenty of hot water.Loved the fire pits/places for an open campfire, the...

Thank fishinmad2015
Perth, Australia
Reviewed 11 September 2016

The property was clean and everything was included, even a box of tissues. The property is surrounded by lovely natural bushland. The property has cooling for summer and a beautiful slow combustion heater for winter. Walking distance to the town and Hotham Valley Railway. Would definitely go again.

Thank Masons_10
Reviewed 27 July 2016 via mobile

Great option if unpowered non-showered campgrounds in nearby Lane Pool Reserve not your thing. Great setting, clean ablution blocks and only 10 minutes from Lane Pool Reserve. Only complaint was the over zealous owner who gave us a warning for chatting around the campfire at 10pm.

1Thank Sean M
Perth, Australia
Reviewed 16 July 2016 via mobile

Been coming here for years in winter. Great time to have an open log fire and a relaxing time in the bush. Unfortunately it was not the great trip we normally have. Caravan park has lost its mojo and the person running things was not very people focussed. Will be thinking of other destinations going forward taking us away from...

1Thank steve c
Rockingham, Australia
Reviewed 14 June 2016

Great camping spot that's close to most things but you feel like your a million miles away. big caravan/camping areas with pit fires/power and water. Clean toilets and showers. Fantastic lights in the trees at night. You can buy wood for the fire from the office @ $10per bag cash and if its cold you will need it. You need...

1Thank Paul L
Perth Hills, Australia
Reviewed 12 June 2016 via mobile

Don't stay in a chalet in winter - or Autumn or spring as the only heating is a wood fire and they give you enough wood for one fire. We stayed for two nights and had to buy the wood off them $10 for a small bag!!!! Dwellingup is much colder than Perth.

Thank Levender
Reviewed 6 June 2016

Camp sites were large and well set up. At no point did you feel as though you were camping too close up to other campers. Facilities were clean. We were able to take our dog. All other pet owners were responsible. Lots of other families and kids which gave our guys plenty to do. Powered sites. Would like better value...

1Thank Nick C
Apollo Bay, Australia
Reviewed 12 May 2016 via mobile

Excellently-kept park in the midst of beautiful state forest, with toilets/showers the cleanest we've seen anywhere. The lighting on the trees at night is very special, worth a visit for that alone! Owner friendly and helpful. Campfires allowed in pits. Strict but fair rules about pets, these shouldn't worry you unless you're an inconsiderate pet owner. If you are, stay...

Thank Andrea D

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Additional Information about Dwellingup Chalets & Caravan Park

Address: Dwellingup Caravan Park 23 Del Park Rd, Dwellingup, Western Australia 6213, Australia
Region: Australia > Western Australia > Dwellingup
Number of rooms: 5
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“If you want quiet, ask for the rear grounds”
 of 5 bubbles PaulL186, 14 Jun 2016 | Read review
“Can't talk on behalf of the girls, but assuming the same, use the end combined shower/toilet, heaps of room to move. Also, try to shower before or after people have used the kitchen. It saves the shower from going hot to cold and high to low. BYO firewood and lots of it if you are going to stay. Save yourself the cost of firewood if you so desire.”
 of 5 bubbles 532grahamn, 1 Jun 2014 | Read review
“Avoid chalet number 7 (nearest the septic tank)”
 of 5 bubbles jomodajo, 22 Sep 2013 | Read review
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