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Riverview Tourist Park, Margaret River

Riverview Tourist Park is located in the townsite of Margaret River, the renowned wine region of Western Australia.

The park is a unique garden setting that undulates from the road down to some frontage to the river and on the other side is state forest with walking/riding tracks to town or east towards ten mile brooke dam.

A large range of cabins are available, most have ensuite, all have heating, cooling, linen and balcony with some overlooking the river. Free gas barbecues are located at the new campers kitchen and at the riverfront along with a great gazebo and seating for large groups. Caravan and campervan bays are available (some with ensuite) with the main ablution block having just undergone extensive renovation, however all sites are tourist only and the park does not take permanents.

Birdlife abounds at the park and they will often visit looking for a treat. You will be surprised that in this setting you are just a comfortable walk to the main street with all its attractions. A great recent addition is Cheers Wine and Scenic Tours which offers the best value tour of the region with a huge discount for Riverview guests. A typical tour starts with fillet steak and assorted salads being cooked for you at the riverside as the guide talks on wine and wine tasting (vegitarians catered for also) then off for a fabulous day around the region. Cheers will pick up and drop off at all accomodation places in the area and as word gets out many people are returning to enjoy the Riverview/Cheers experience with friends and family.

Accommodation Options

Standard Cabin (no ensuite)

Budget style cabin which has common area, one double and two single bunks, cooking facilities, television, verandah, reverse cycle air-conditioning, linen and use of communal ablutiion facilities.

Riverfront Family Cabin

Queen bed in main bedroom, four bunk beds in second room. Cooking facilities, television, balcony with river views.

Powered Caravan Site

Powered caravan site

Ensuite Cabin

Cabin with separate bedroom and sofa which can be made into another double in living area. Has cooking, television and balcony.

Powered Campervan Site or Unpowered Campsite

Site for campervan or any campsite unpowered or powered

Ensuite Cabin (one couple only)

Motel style with cooking facilities

Two Bedroom Ensuite Family Cabin (not on riverfront)

Queen bed in main bedroom and four bunk beds in second bedroom. Cooking facilities, television and balcony.

Ensuite Cabin (two couples)

Two bedrooms with queen beds in each. Very popular with four people travelling as two couples. Cooking facilities, television and balcony.

Motel style not on riverfront

Motel style,queen bed, cooking.tea and coffee.balcony

Riverfront motel style

Cabin is motel style with no cooking facilities.Tea and coffee supplied.Queen bed,ensuite,tv.sofa,balcony.riverviews

Ensuite Powered Site

Powered van site with own ensuite.


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  • Bush Walking
  • Canoeing
  • Wine Tasting

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