Leanne and Stephen Baker are
the new owners of the Ongerup Caravan Park and look forward too welcoming all Caravans Camping to their tranquil park. When you are staying here, they
will strive to make you feel at home. They are also more than happy to pet sit
your fur baby if you choose to explore the National Parks close by.
HOW TO GET THERE
Ongerup is 1/2 km off the main highway with plenty of signs to
get you to park. Located at the corner of Walker and Lamont Streets, when you
turn at Lamont Street, you will see the welcome sign right at the front. You
can also see the sign from the Highway.
Site access is easily visible and accessible. Drive in and park
up or park beside the house and see the owner.
FEES & BOOKINGS
Fee is from $15/night per site (up to 2 people) for Unpowered Site,
$25/night per site (up to 2 people) for Powered Site.
Onsite Vans $30/night
Single Person Rooms $40/night,
Couples Rooms $60/night,
Laundry Top Loader is $4, Front Loader is $3
THINGS TO DO
Explore Stirling Range National Park take one of the many
walking tracks too Bluff Knoll and see the sites. If you love hiking and
mountain climbing this is a great place to explore. Plenty of bird life to be
seen on the Bluff Knoll walking tracks. Did you know it snows on Bluff Knoll!
Mt Trio bush walks is also a must do. Let’s not forget the world-famous
Fitzgerald River National Park Bio-Diversity System. WA`S beautiful Wildflowers
can be seen here plus so many types of Orchids can be found.
Bremer Bay is a coastal town
situated on the south coast is only 1.5 hr drive from the park. Albany is also
a good day trip, regarded as one of the most incredibly beautiful and diverse
coastlines in the world. Lake Grace is only 1.5 hrs away. Gnowangerup is 40 minutes
from here with the Ned Kelly statue right beside the Gnowangerup Hotel. Two
hours to Wave Rock.
Yongergnow Mallee fowl Centre
This Award-Winning Centre is a must-see for visitors to the
area. It offers a unique adventure into the Mallee environment and the
endangered Mallee fowl. Run by the community, the centre boasts a world
class multi-media interpretive display, a children’s play corner, a retail shop
for souvenirs, a cafe and so much more. There are guided tours through the
centre and around the two aviaries that house the Mallee fowl.
Ongerup and Needilup District Museum
Set up to reflect the early settlers’ lifestyle with the primitive machinery
they relied upon as well as household appliances and a natural display. The
museum also has an Aboriginal and early settler native food and medicine
display as well as a replica Mallee fowl mound. Museum can be opened upon
Ongerup Wildflower Display
The annual botanical event is held during late September and early October at
the Ongerup/Needilup District Museum with 400 to 500 specimens of stunning
local wildflowers and orchids.