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Crystal Springs Holiday Accommodation


From $130

3 star

Crystal Springs is for the lovers of nature. It offers small and large groups comfortable self catering accommodation amidst a world-class natural environment. Nearby is the Bibbulmun Track for bush walkers and the fabulous Mandalay Beach for sun-lovers and those who like to wet a line. It borders the D'Entrecasteau... view more info

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For assistance with your booking call 1300 885 775 (+61 8 9460 4900)


Arrival Time: 14:00|Departure Time: 10:00
Hours: Check in from 2 pm. Check out by 10 am.


Accommodation at Crystal Springs Homestead is comfortable and stylish, with the 'Holiday House' offering large groups plenty of space and the 'Ranger's House' a more compact alternative.

The Homestead was the site of a grazier's summer camp from the 1870's and later a strawberry farm. The extensive private grounds cover over three acres, include attractive lakes and provide a delightful playground for children.

It sits amidst a high-quality natural environment, with all facilities at hand. Here are the pleasures of a temperate climate, allowing tall karri forests to flourish, creating a habitat for startlingly colourful wildflowers, native animals and birds. Nearby are kangaroos, emus, kookaburras, kingfishers, fairy-wrens, wild ducks, marron, and yabbies as well as the sounds of cicadas, cuckoos, swamp hens and frogs.

Whether you seek relaxation and recuperation - or creative activity and adventure - Crystal Springs has something for everyone.

  • Bath
  • Bushwalking Trails
  • DVD / Blu-Ray Player
  • Kitchen Fridge (private)
  • Linen and Towels Provided
  • Non Smoking Indoors
  • Pets not Allowed (Guide Dogs accepted)
  • Tea/Coffee
  • Wood Fire
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Barbecue
  • Bathroom (shared)
  • Clock Radio
  • Double Bed
  • Games/Recreation Room
  • Ground Floor Level
  • Group Bookings
  • Iron / Ironing Board
  • Kitchen Microwave
  • Laundry Available
  • Laundry Dryer
  • Laundry Washing Machine
  • Rainwater in Use
  • TV
  • TV (private)
  • Tea & Coffee Facilities
  • Wood Fire Place

Cancellation Policy

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

Minimum booking two nights. A deposit of 20% is required for all bookings with the full balance due one month before arrival. Cancellations incur a $20 booking fee with balance of deposit and/or payment being refundable if we are able to rebook the accommodation. For collection of a house key please contact 0417930441 /mecarv_@hotmail com or the Walpole Visitor Centre on 9840 1111.

There are a few house rules. Firstly no dogs or cats. This is to protect the wildlife and the pleasure for guests who follow. No smoking is permitted in the house. Check in is after 2pm and check out is by 10am.

Please note that by making your booking you are agreeing to these rules and accepting applicable extra costs as advised for phone calls BBQ cleaning waste sorting and any damages.


38486 South West Highway, Broke, WA 6398, Australia


From Albany you pass Walpole on the South Coast Highway and travel 12 km west towards Manjimup. You see a Crystal Springs townsite sign and the homestead is on the left.
From Perth or Bunbury you pass Manjimup and then after an hour's drive through magnificant forests Crystal Springs appears. The homestead is located after the road to Mandalay Beach.
A Westrail bus from Bunbury or Albany will drop you nearby.



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Guest Ratings

Rated by 3 guests
Daniel H
Easter weekend at Walpole
Spent Easter weekend at Crystal Springs Homestead. What a great spot and although we were 12kms out of Walpole, it seemed to quite central to many points of interest that we visited. Kayaking, fishing and of course, the beach and river spots.
The manager's, Grant and Meredith are so friendly and welcoming and gave us some very helpful locations and sites to visit.
We stayed in the Rangers house which was a little dated (the 70's) but warm and welcoming and maintained in very good order. This house sleeps 7 people and firewood was supplied at no cost which I have found most other places charge for.
My friends and family will definitely be back here again. Totally worth the drive south to this forresty corner of our state.

Rangers House - cozy in cold weather
We spent a couple of nights here as a getaway during a wet and cold time of the year. Prices were quite reasonable, and booking went smoothly.

We stayed in the Rangers House, which had far more room than we ever needed as a couple - there were several bedrooms. The building itself was very old and even a bit run-down in places, but that wasn't an issue for us - it just adds to the character of the place.

There was a lovely wood fireplace, and firewood was provided, so we happily made use of that, and enjoyed staying indoors in the rainy weather, enjoying some board games and coffee. It was very cozy inside, and the `old' feel just added to the charm.

Catherine Turner
Lovely campsite and staff
Beautiful campsite amongst the peppermint trees. It has drop toilets that are clean and with toilet paper provided, fire pits and non-drinking water taps. $8 per person. We were lucky enough to have Bill and Trudi as the camp volunteers at the site. Bill was absolutely lovely and accommodating, offering us a gas cooker and any advice we needed.