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Reviewed 25 July 2018 via mobile

What a wonderfully relaxing place to stay! 1950s style holiday shacks. Took me right back to childhood memories. Clean, simple and the most AMAZING views. It took us 2hrs to have breakfast as we watched whales swim up the coast and waves break on the rocks. The beach is 4WD access only. Jenny and Ted were friendly and very helpful. Alfie and Coco ( dogs) were the hi light of my elderly father's day, as they visited him everyday.

Date of stay: July 2018
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank Denise B
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Reviewed 7 May 2018 via mobile

This campsite is very basic. It is also however, in a very beautiful spot- overlooking the ocean. It’s just outside of Kalbarri and very quiet. Me and my boyfriend arrived here late with no cash to pay the $25 for an unpowered site (very good value). The lady that greeted us was very helpful and let us pay via bank transfer. This seems like it would be a great, laid back option for families and couples as there were some friendly dogs coming up to us to say hello when we were having our breakfast and children happily playing in the grass. The showers and toilets weren’t particularly fancy but were in good working order. There was quite a long dirt track leading up to the campsite so you may prefer a 4x4 to get there. If you’re after somewhere cheap, in a nice setting and quiet then this is a perfect place to stop off on the way into Kalbarri.

Date of stay: May 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank molliej422
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Reviewed 24 April 2018 via mobile

We stayed here a couple nights. One of the best campsites we visited. The view is amazing of there, watching the Sunset was defenitly one of our favorite moments. Yes it can get windy but if there was no wind there would be heaps of fly’s dont know what u preffer. If you are staying in a tent like we did in de evening u can find shelter in the campkitchen area. It’s not al fancy facilities, but it’s all clean and well maintane. Perfect for us. You have a free acces to wagoe beach. Which was amazing, also did the quad bike tour. Good fun!!

Date of stay: April 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank Dinesha H
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Reviewed 19 January 2018 via mobile

Even though the Chalets weren't fancy they were still very clean and well looked after. The Chalets are 300 metres from the beautiful white sandy beach. Tenants are given access to the beach on a fairly easy 4-wheel drive track.

There is also a quad bike tour operated by the People which is great fun

Date of stay: January 2018
Thank Connor21303
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Reviewed 10 October 2017

Stayed at the Chalets with the two boys (14 and 11)

OK, so a few things to consider about this property.
1 - It is situated high on a scarp overlooking 20km of coastline to the south and cliffs and national park to the north. Being situated high up and right on the coast of Western Australia, it can get windy - very windy. This is normal for this stretch of coastline in Western Australia. However, being situated with such immense views of the coastline and the ocean, the sight of breaching whales while eating your breakfast is quite surreal, and watching the sunset while cooking a BBQ or fishing from the beach, is as Western Australian as it gets. During windy times we found sitting in a cozy chalet looking out to the magnificent ocean views while the wind whistled outside to be quite relaxing.
2 - The property is surrounded by farmland and national park. Flies and other insects are a normal occurrence in this part of Western Australia, however when there is wind there aren't many flies. If flies are a big annoyance, the office sells head nets for a few dollars.
3 - The chalets were originally designed with just fishermen in mind in the 1980's. They have become more popular with families and those just wanting to get away, but they are not 5 star accommodation so don't expect it. They all have functioning TV's, full size fridges, oven and stove, dining area, bathroom/hot shower/laundry and a chest freezer to store your bait and ice and a verandah with BBQ. The larger chalets have living/lounge rooms, but if you are expecting a resort or motel type facility, you better head to Kalbarri, but prepare to pay twice as much for half the space and facilities that the chalet has.
There is something very unique about this place. It is rustic and rugged and has an atmosphere all of its own, with beautiful calm ocean one day, to thundering fireworks of ocean spray the next.
We stayed for a week and only went to Kalbarri once to top up on supplies. The days were spent rising early and driving along the beach to a likely spot to fish (we caught big mulloway and tailor), having breakfast on the beach, a swim in the "lagoon", and then heading back up to the chalet when the sea breeze started to clean our catch, have hot showers and cook lunch. In the evening we either went fishing at sunset or had a BBQ meal and relaxed. I noticed the owner taking firewood to the campers each day and they had a nice big fire going each night.
Access to the beach is for tenants only and you must have a 4WD and some experience with beach driving.
A great way to see the coastline, and have a heap of fun and learn about the area is to do the Quad Bike tour. The tours are very popular so book in advance.
Bring good shoes for reef walking and some warm clothes year round for night time.
The owners Ted and Jenny are the main source of info in this region so if you have any questions about where to fish or explore, they will gladly point you in the right direction.
This is a great place for families or couples etc who are happy to trade some creature comforts for an experience of what the Wild West Coast has to offer. Check weather websites to work out hottest, coldest, windiest times of the year for this area.

Date of stay: September 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank Christine M
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