Self-Drive trails traversing the red heart of Western Australia

Mount Magnet Caravan Park

Mount Magnet Caravan Park

Type of accommodation

- Powered Sites
- Unpowered Sites
- Grassed tent site
- Ensuite Units - single, double and family Linen and bedding provided. (No cooking facilities.)
- Single Units (shared ablutions)
-On site vans: 4 berth

Tel: (08) 9963 4198
Email: caravanpark@mtmagnet.wa.gov.au

Accommodation at Mount Magnet Caravan Park
Mount Magnet Caravan Park

Accommodation overview

The Mount Magnet Caravan Park is conveniently located on the north side of the heritage listed Shire Office, as Great Northern Highway becomes Hepburn Street through town. Situated in close proximity to shops, post office, cafe, hotels, Outdoor Picture Theatre and Parks, the Caravan Park offers friendly service, clean and tidy facilities and pleasant garden surrounds.

For travellers' convenience, an effluent dump point is also located at the Mount Magnet Caravan Park. The laundry includes coin operated washing machines and dryers. Gas bottles and water tanks can also be filled here for a fee.

The popular Campers' Kitchen, with full kitchen facilities and electric BBQ's is located in a pleasant outdoor setting.

A discount is offered to Pensioners, Seniors and CMCA Members for Powered Sites.

If you haven't already enjoyed a stroll down to the Visitor Centre with entry into the "must see" Mining and Pastoral Museum, at the southern end of town - be sure to pull in before you leave, with room outside to comfortably park your caravan.

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Follow the pathways

The 178-page full colour guidebook paints a colourful picture of the region - its history, nature and its charismatic characters following three self-drive trails through the Gascoyne-Murchison - the Wool Wagon Pathway, Miners Pathway and the Kingsford Smith Mail Run.

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Plan Your Trip

Safety checklist

While the Outback Pathways have opened the heart of the Gascoyne and Murchison to visitors, many areas on the self-drive trails remain remote and warrant extra travel precautions.

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Local Attractions

Wildflowers

WildflowersLate July - September
Wildflowers adorn much of the Gascoyne Murchison in spring time after plentiful rains.

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Station Stays

Station StaysApril - October
Outback Australian station stays offer you a unique holiday experience. Friendly hosts welcome you onto their stations and homesteads for a taste of country life in the Aussie Outback.

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Birdlife

Bird lifeAll year round
Waterways are ideal locations to experience the harmonious sounds and colourful sights of hundreds of birds that dwell in the Gascoyne Murchison region.

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Astronomy

AstronomyAll year round
You've never seen the stars shine as brightly as they do in the Gascoyne Murchison.

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Geology

GeologyAll year round
You'll experience a unique feeling of timelessness as you travel through country that possesses some of the oldest rocks in the world.

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