Female Tourist

England "ideal for overnight stay" 4 of 5 starsReviewed 1 week ago I chose to stay here to break a long journey on the South Coast Highway. I booked an ensuite cabin and was delightfully surprised at its attractive appearance. The room is rather small, but everything was clean and in good condition. I received a welcome pack of tea/coffee/milk etc and disposable cutlery & plates & cups. The cabin had a verandah and parking space.Unfortunately, I had a disturbed sleep due to someone else's noisy A/C which I reporrted next morning. Jerramungup is a very small place and the only place to eat at night is the roadhouse where the food is just edible! I discovered there is a hotel there, but it does not appear to have a website and I was told they do not serve food. However, there is a dainty cafe open for breakfast on the main street. Stayed February 2014, travelled solo

  • Greg Jan 2014

5 Out of 5
This park is a hidden gem. We stopped for the night and found the staff to be friendly and helpful. The Park was clean, well presented with plenty of shade. The rates were reasonable and all sites were drive through. The campers kitchen was well appointed including a TV and lounge chairs. The facilities included hand wash, dish washing liquid and modern kitchenette. The sites were flat with easy access to the water and electricity hook ups. The morning was a melodious wake to the song of a variety of birds attracted by the flowers and native plants. Plenty of hot water in the showers. When we head south we will definitely over night here again.  - See more at:
"Nice caravan park between major destinations"

4 of 5 starsReviewed 4 January 2014 via mobile Nice little surprise given how tiny the town is. Medium size campground with large sites, really good facilities and the occasional kangaroo. 30$ for powered site, 25$ unpowered, good value.
Stayed there on our way to Stirling NP. ·         Stayed January 2014