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Woodman Point Holiday Park, Fremantle

Woodman Point Holiday Park, Fremantle, Western Australia. This four star rated park is set in the heart of an A-class reserve and regional park. Locations like this are getting harder to find anywhere in Australia, especially in such close proximity to a capital city.

From the park you can walk to the fishing jetty, visit the safe swimming beach, cycle or walk along the track to Fremantle, go on guided bushwalks or bird watch in this wonderful natural setting.

Our friendly staff will book tours of Perth and historical Fremantle or a ferry trip to Western Australia’s most famous island, Rottnest Island.

Nearby Fremantle offers alfresco dining, markets and shopping. Jet ski hire is just up the road and Adventure World Water Park a short drive away. Special events are organised by the park and include champagne breakfasts, sausage sizzles, live entertainment at holiday times and trips to Perth’s Burswood Casino.

The park offers a range of accommodation to suit all budgets – fully equipped spa chalets, standard and deluxe family chalets, self-contained units, powered and un-powered tent sites, grassed caravan and motorhome sites.

Woodman Point Holiday Park’s facilities include a mediterranean style outdoor swimming pool with grassed surround, new games room with kitchen facilities, television, pool table, table tennis and video games. Barbecues covered with shade sails, children’s playground, small deli, immaculate ablution blocks, undercover campers kitchen, fully equipped laundries, public phones, gas refills and internet access booths.

Accommodation Options

Deluxe Spa Chalet

Main bedroom contains a queen bed with a double bed in the second bedroom.
The bathroom has a shower in a large corner spa bath. A hair dryer, iron & ironing board are also provided. The lounge/dining area has two sofas, dining table & chairs, TV, video player and access to a well appointed veranda.

Deluxe Family Chalet

Main bedroom contains a queen bed with two sets of adult bunks in the second bedroom.
A hair dryer, iron & ironing board are also provided. The large bathroom has a shower with separate toilet and the spacious lounge/dining area includes two sofas, dining table & chairs, TV, DVD player/home entertainment centre and access to a large verandah with outdoor setting. One Chalet has wheelchair access.

Deluxe Chalet

Main bedroom has a queen bed with one set of adult bunks in the second bedroom.
The bathroom has a shower & toilet, a hair dryer, iron & ironing board are also provided. The lounge/dining area has a sofa, dining table/chairs TV & video player. The front verandah has an open aspect. One Chalet has a trio bunk in the second bedroom.

Holiday Unit

Main bedroom has a queen bed and the second bedroom has a set of children’s bunks. There is a shower & toilet in the bathroom. The lounge/dining area contains a sofa, dining table/chairs and a TV & video-player; it leads out onto a small deck. The holiday unit is overall smaller than the deluxe chalet.

Studio Chalet

The open plan design features a queen bed, dining table/chairs, TV, video and a small deck out the front. An ensuite completes this compact chalet. Two of the studios have twin beds.

Paved Site

Powered site with concrete slab

Ensuite Chalet

The separate bedroom boasts a queen bed & TV, with an ensuite. An airy lounge/dining area has a sofa, dining table/chairs, TV, DVD player and leads out to a lovely verandah. These cabins also have a full oven in the kitchen.



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