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Quinninup Eco Tourist Park

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For bookings and availability, please contact us on 08 9773 1329. Note that we do not have an email contact due to our location, thank you. Set on fifty acres of forest and wildflowers, near lakes and rivers with walk and cycle trails. Go fishing, marroning and even catch a Salmon in season. There are self-contained ch... view more info

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Arrival Time: 13:00|Departure Time: 10:00

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For bookings and availability, please contact us on 08 9773 1329. Note that we do not have an email contact due to our location, thank you.

Quinninup Tourist and Caravan Park is set amongst the tall trees of the South West of Western Australia. It has a large drive-through grassed caravan and campsites, nine metre roads (no backing up), five-star toilet block with disabled and baby facilities. We are pet-friendly and welcome large groups and also large Rigs. We have great drinking water and a dump site. There is a great camp kitchen, now with a pizza oven!

Our sites come with clean modern toilet block, laundry, baby and family back area, disabled facilities, free gas BBQs, recreation undercover long drive through sites.
Groups are welcome. Booking now for Truffle Kerfuffle, Manjimup Motocross, Quinninup Market Day, school holidays, long weekends, Christmas and New Year.

PLEASE NOTE: This park has intermittent email access. If you don't receive a reply, please try calling on the phone.

There are 6 self-contained family sized chalets with 2 bedrooms, sleeping up to six people, with all linen, towels etc. provided. They are self-contained and have a verandah where you can sit and view Kangaroos grazing on the lawns.

We have 51 large powered sites which have access to free gas BBQs. Tv reception, drive-through bays. The park is surrounded by farmland, national parks and state forest. It has birds, Kangaroos and Emus visiting. We feed the wild Kangaroos each evening that are quite friendly including the orphaned Joeys that rely on us for food.

There is a tavern close by, post office and internet access. Old school buildings that house a library with photo display of the times gone by and a small museum. Take a stroll through the forest on already laid out tracks or plan your own long or short walks through the forest to see wildflowers in spring. Catch a marron in the lake on our door step, a perch or a trout to put on the barbie. Canoe in the lake or paddle down the local rivers. A short drive takes you to wineries, craft shops, the town of Pemberton and the beach.

Only an hour or so from the tree top walk, Quinninup also boasts some historical sites such as old house dating from the late 1800s and an old church built by local families. It served as a school, and a community centre for the pioneer families, some who still live in the area. There is a Cork Tree (to make bottle corks) and a Bunya Pine with very large nuts, used by the indigenous people as a food source.

Quinninup Tourist Park is a great park to visit,we can make you welcome for a day , a week, or a lifetime. Visit us soon.

Self-Contained Chalets:
$100.00 per couple, per night.
$10 extra per person, per night.
Infants and under 5's free.

Powered Sites:
$35 per couple, per night.
$15 extra per child, per night


$25 per non-powered site, per night.

Subject to change and peak rates apply.

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car Park
  • Communal Facilities
  • Cot Available
  • Couples Retreat
  • Double Bed
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Pets Allowed
  • Pets By Arrangement
  • Verandah
  • Views
  • Walk to Town
  • Washing Machine
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Cancellation Policy

We understand plans can change, so here are our conditions and policies

A 50% deposit is required for the chalets when booking. A refund may be considered at the time of cancellation.

Location

Quinninup, WA, 6258

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Guest Ratings

Rated by 7 guests
 
harry
best parks
we have traveled oz and found quinninup tourist park one of the best parks we have had the pleasure to stay at
kangarooes emus frequent the park everyday
amenities are always spotless
large grassed sites and extremely quite
we had a top stay

Donna Sims
A hidden treasure
The perfect place to escape from life's daily pressures and re-energise. The owners are extremely down to earth & have hearts of gold. Their kindness & love of nature is what makes this place so special & unique. There's not too many places you can get up close & personal with a wild yet tame kangaroo

Belle
Our stay
What a beautiful spot! We camped there for three nights and it was so spectacular. From the night sky being so full of stars, to waking up to the birdsong and kangaroos around our tent, it was just lovely. Toilets and showers were clean. It was a very basic site away from the noise of the road, exactly what we wanted. My only complaint would be other campers noisy kids, but that is not the caravan parks fault. If I was cheeky I’d only give one star, as I don’t want others going there and spoiling this little jewel! We will be returning 100%.