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SERENITY UNDER THE TREES
Situated only 3 hours south of Perth on the Albany Highway is beautiful Kojonup. We are on the crossroads between Perth and Albany, Esperance and Bunbury and all the towns in between. The Kojonup Caravan Park is nestled in the rural heartland of the Great Southern region, where you will soon discover a friendly town, steeped in rural history.
Whether you just need somewhere to stay overnight, or stay for a few days while you tour Kojonup, you will be delighted by the grassed and shaded camping grounds, abundant bird life, powered and unpowered sites and the clean, affordable on-site cabins.
We provide accessible amenities, a well-equipped camp kitchen and seasonal fire pit, as well a laundry for our guests to use.. For those travelling with pets, we are happy to welcome them too, on our sites. Sorry but no pets in onsite accommodation.
FEES & BOOKINGS
Rates are based on 2 people per site per night. Please contact us to confirm our current rates.
Powered sites: $30
Unpowered sites: $25
Extra guests for sites: $5 per person (ages 12 and over)
Ensuite Cabin: $115
Standard Cabin: $90
Budget Cabin: $80
Extra guests for cabins: $20 per person (ages 12 and over)
Weekly rates are available.
Rates are based on 2 people per site/cabin per night. Cabins are 2 adults, double share. We have one flat rate throughout the year.
Kui Parks Loyalty Members: receive a 10% discount on published rates to a maximum of $30 per stay.
SPECIAL OFFER: New FRC Premium Club members receive FREE 6 Month Membership to Kui Parks Loyalty Program, offering 10% Discounts on rack rates.
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THINGS TO DO
Kojonup has a range of historical sites and activities, which you can visit on the Historical Walk. Make sure you stop in at The Kodja Place, a fascinating snapshot of Kojonup that explores the origins and cultures of our dynamic community. Next door is the Rose Maze, which follows the stories of three very different women as they experienced life in the early settlement years.
There are a number of reserves and sanctuaries in the region where you can discover the breathtaking native flowers in full bloom, as well as plenty of opportunities for bushwalking and bird-watching.
The Annual Kojonup Show and Rodeo is held annually in October and has a range of fun activities to suit all tastes.
The region is also home to many world-class wineries and local produce such as olive oil, or you can enjoy a coffee or meal in town at one of the lovely cafes or hotels.