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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...More
Arrived to friendly and welcoming staff who where more then helpful with our requests. We had a powered camp site, all RCD protected and all sites well maintained.
All the facilities where clean and plenty of room for multiple people.
Plenty of bbq and sheltered...More
Clean showers and toilets Friendly staff, a great help. good price and great pool. Close to bluff knoll for a day hike and plenty of other walks if that way inclined. Small cafe within walking distance.
A truly wonderful find, right at the foot of Bluff Knoll. Good amenities, a fantastic power shower, barbecue areas and nice pitches that are not overcrowded. The site caters for campers, campervans and solid fixed cabins
Stirling Range is a family run camp site with...More
Set right next to the Stirling Range National Park near the road to Bluff Knoll, the Stirling Range Retreat is the closest accommodation to the Park other than Park camping grounds that have toilets but no showers. They cater for the full gamut of accommodation:...More
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... More
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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"Motel rooms are best if not camping or caravaning"