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Stirling Range Retreat

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    Flaach, Switzerland
    Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

    Funny welcome with a lot of funny roadsigns driving in. Could choose your site to stay with campervan free. Stuff showed us little place with water to watch birds-we saw so many! Toilet and shower not new but clean. No Problem changing our booking to another day. Great place!

    Thank Claudia H
    Greater Wellington, New Zealand
    Reviewed 3 weeks ago

    This is a lovely quiet spot with walkways through the trees. There are nesting boxes, and information about what to look out for. The staff were friendly and helpful. The facilities are clean and well kept, with pot plants in the bathrooms! We were able to purchase a National Parks pass at the office.

    Thank CMB425032
    Reviewed 16 January 2017

    Drop off at Ellen Peak could not be organised before 0730 which is a little late for a start on a hot summer day. It would be really nice to have been told that the hose from "the barrel" on 3rd arrow was removed in 2015. There was running water in the creek on North Mirlpunda Track. A hikers notice...

    Thank Serena D
    Perth, Australia
    Reviewed 4 January 2017

    Great location just inside the National Park and opposite Bluff Knoll entrance road. Camping spots are situated in shaded areas. The swimming pool has shaded shelters and chairs. Its great for a dip after a climb of Bluff Knoll. The camp kitchen has plenty of seating, however the single 3 gas burner was insufficient for the campers when we were...

    Thank Nigel H
    Kathmandu Valley, Nepal
    Reviewed 27 December 2016

    Overall a very nice place in beautiful surroundings! Nice check-in staff, clean amenities. However, even with all the provided blankets in the cabin, I could not sleep all night as it was too cold. Bring your own or ask for extra blankets at the reception upon checking in.

    Thank RareRedLily
    Berkeley, CA
    Reviewed 19 November 2016

    I am so full of admiration and respect for what Ayleen and Tony are doing here at Stirling Range Retreat. Yes, it's a place to stay while exploring the natural wonders of this gorgeous area, but it is so much more than that. They have built trails throughout the property for beautiful walking and viewing the flora and fauna, and...

    Thank ALocalReviewer
    Norman, Oklahoma
    Reviewed 24 October 2016

    This is a well-run caravan park with a variety of accommodation (cabins, chalets, older but comfortable vans) and camping for tents and caravans. The camp kitchen is large, but I found that it was not as well equipped as I have seen in other caravan parks). There are very clean bathrooms and toilets. Guests are asked to limit their hot...

    Thank Sarracenia
    Adelaide, Australia
    Reviewed 22 October 2016

    This was our fifth visit all the way from S.A. It is a nature lovers' paradise. Ayleen and Tony are gracious hosts, Michael runs an efficient office, and Brian not only manages the park but takes the orchid tours which are not to be missed. Three solid hours of looking at native orchids which he has found and takes you...

    Thank Pauline M
    Reviewed 19 October 2016 via mobile

    A very pleasant environment, spacious grounds, friendly and obliging managers. The ablutions were clean and adequate and the camp kitchen was a fabulous meeting place with all necessary amenities. The location for hikers is ideal.

    Thank Robyn K
    Perth, Australia
    Reviewed 17 October 2016

    The cottage suited the national park but are looking a little tired now. We had a lovely time walking around the local tracks and getting a feeling for the environment. The highlights were the wildflower and bird excursions arranged by the retreat. Thanks to Bully we saw orchids we had never seen before and got a better understanding of where...

    Thank Ted J

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    Additional Information about Stirling Range Retreat

    Address: 8639 Chester Pass Rd, Amelup, Western Australia 6338, Australia
    Region: Australia > Western Australia > Amelup
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    “Be sure to ask for extra blankets upon check-in even in summer as nights can be cold.”
     of 5 bubbles RareRedLily, 27 Dec 2016 | Read review
    “A caravan or simple cabin is fine as there is an excellent camp kitchen”
     of 5 bubbles JerryB75, 16 Oct 2016 | Read review
    “Rammed Earth cottages are a group away from the main area surrounded by bush.”
     of 5 bubbles neila324, 26 Sep 2016 | Read review
    “Go for a chalet... the concrete interiors of the rammed-earth cabins are rather stark!”
     of 5 bubbles Vanellus01, 24 Sep 2016 | Read review
    “Be sure to book if you need a powered site or onsite accommodation in the peak of wildflower season!”
     of 5 bubbles FrozenSparrow, 18 Aug 2016 | Read review
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