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Perth, Australia
Reviewed 23 October 2016

We previously stayed at Western Flora Caravan Park about 10 years ago and hoped we would enjoy it as much this time. The chalets are very comfortable and the park is still surrounded by beautiful bush with frequent visits from kangaroos and birds. Sandra and Ron are delightful hosts and our Saturday night dinner with them couldn't have been better....

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Canberra
Reviewed 10 October 2016

Western Flora Caravan Park is located just off the Brand Highway in the midst of a large nature reserve protecting rare kwongan heath wildlflowers and wildlife. The wildflowers and birds were just amazing (in September) and the very tame kangaroos and rescued baby parrot were also highlights. The cabins are simple but quiet and spacious and the dinner and breakfast...

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Greenwell Point
Reviewed 19 September 2016

This is a great bush park about 22-23 Km North of Eneabba on the Brand Highway. It covers 160 acres or 65 hectares of beautiful bush with birds, wildlife and an abundance of wildflowers in the season we were there – September 2016. Drive slowly down the park entry road through the bush!!! Kangaroos make a big dent in cars...

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Reviewed 17 September 2016 via mobile

So much has changed since we came here four years ago. Former owners Lorraine and Alan were the loveliest hosts, but now Western flora is run by one of the rudest people we have encountered in hospitality. We checked in around 4PM to our powered site (quite steep at $43!). After setting up camp we headed into Eneabba to eat...

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London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 30 August 2016

A small charming place to unwind and enjoy the wildlife, which can be experienced quite closely. We stayed in an RV on the camp site and all of the facilities available to us were fine. Be sure to book early as this is a popular stop over. We went on one of the wildflower walks which was enjoyable - the...

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Sydney, Australia
Reviewed 24 August 2016

Friendly staff. Extra charge if paying by card. Wonderful wild flowers. Guided walk of an afternoon at 4.30. A couple of walks you can do your self. Clean amenities. The wild flowers were spectacular.

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Thank LYN H
Reviewed 2 May 2016

Really enjoyed coming here with my organisation, spending some time in the bush and enjoying the facilities. Great place and owners. Peaceful and great food for catering. Will definitely come back and explore more.

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Thank Rolan D
Eneabba, Australia
Reviewed 2 April 2016

Absolutely loved it here, owner Ron very friendly, wonderful room, lots of space, everything provided for cooking, beautiful sunset & sunrise, great nature walks & friendly kangaroos, a must! Only stayed one night could have stayed a week.

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Trento
Reviewed 20 January 2016

This is a very nice campervan park where the nature in everywhere. Ron, the owner is a very kind person. The toilet and the kitchen are clean and the price for the high season is very low, we paid less than 50aud (4 people in a campervan powered site).

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Farnham
Reviewed 1 November 2015

Tucked away from the Brand Highway, this reserve was a gem to visit. Ron, the owner, takes meticulous care of the place and shares his knowledge with humour. Blue tongue lizards roam the campsites; Ron saved one from toddling under the wheels of our reversing campervan. We spent the day on the trail where the flowers put on a great...

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Address: Lot 1 Brand Highway, Eneabba, Western Australia 6525, Australia
Region: Australia > Western Australia > Eneabba
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“Try the mud brick chalets but I returned twice to stay in the cosy caravan and hear more of Alans wisdom on the wildflower walks which are free to guests there. Look for orchids earlier. Sit under stars with the frogs and stroke a lazy kangaroo!”
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