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Stirling Range Retreat

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Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Amelup, Stirling Range Retreat is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its family-friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants, Stirling Range Retreat makes it easy to enjoy the best of Amelup. If you like cafes, Stirling Range Retreat is conveniently located near Bluff Knoll Cafe.
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Albany Airport78 km
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We had planned to stay at Moingup Springs to free camp but it wasn’t very picturesque. After driving around we came across Stirling Range Retreat. Staff were really friendly and super helpful. Facilities were immaculately clean and the view of the Stirling Ranges from the the unp
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We stayed for a week to run the bird walks and this was the first time I had been there. I just loved it as it was so peaceful and perfect for walks and access to Bluff Knoll and the other mountains. We were there end September so wildflower season was in full swing. The orchid
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The retreat is very well located to Bluff Knoll and other Stirling Range attractions, the retreat had very good facilities that are clean and well maintained. Staff were very friendly and helpful with advice......thought the prices were a bit expensive for a unpowered camp site..
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My fiance and I spent 4 nights at this retreat at a tent site, and couldn't have asked for a better experience for the following reasons:

*Beautiful views of mountains in the distance, & the sunset was gorgeous behind big trees
*Amenities were clean and close by, & the showers
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Most people would visit/stay in this well located Camping Park for the walks it offers in the Stirling Ranges. We stayed just one night so we could drive to all the attractions, enroute to Albany. It would be absolutely fantastic to stay at least 3 nights to do all the walks av
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The view from the kitchen window to the other cabins.
Bunk bed.
The small table near the bed. There are chairs to go with it.
The large shower.
Sink, bench and mirror.
We have a smal 18ft caravan without solar or amenities onboard. We would like to know if the caravan park has power and do we need to bring our own water please.
Yes it has power and has water and a laundry too. The wildflowers up there will be amazing this spring i imagine. Enjoy!
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Is it true that camping guests are asked to shower for only 3 minutes?
Yes, the Stirling Range Retreat is not on mains water so rely on rainfall for their water supplies. They are not in a high rainfall area. They have a courtesy sign in the facilities asking for people to take 3 minute showers to conserve water.
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"There are many different accommodation options. I suggest a tent site along the back fence where it is very quiet."
"Motel rooms are best if not camping or caravaning"
"The rammed earth cabins have a great view out the back to a huge mountain range."
"You can tent, caravan or book onsite caravan or mud brick dwelling - whatever works best for you!"
"leave for bluff knoll at 6-7 am"
AustraliaWestern AustraliaAmelup
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