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Toodyay Holiday Park and Chalets

Just like a National Park with modern facilities

Toodyay sits beside the Avon River and is only 85km north-east of Perth. 

Escape to Toodyay Holiday Park & Chalets nestled within the hills of Toodyay on 25 acres of natural bushland with an iconic billabong.

This unique holiday park boasts magnificent native wildlife from local birds, emus and Henry the Peacock and in season wildflowers are in abundance.

Come and stay on our large open plan powered or unpowered sites and experience the old style way of open camp fires and toasting marshmallows (in season).

Enjoy the beautiful views, atmosphere and gaze at the stars at night or stay in our self-contained chalets with gas log fires.

Our clean and modern amenities include an ablution block, small camp kitchen, free gas bbq’s, open wood fires (in season), kiosk and vending machine for your convenience.  Dogs are welcome on a leash.

Bushwalking and Golf is available just across the road.  Groups & Clubs Welcome.

Park Facilities

Amenities for those with Disabilities
Rates for Singles
Wheelchair Access in Amenities
Tourist Information
Shop / Kiosk / Vending Machine
Sewage Dump Point
Pet Friendly (Conditions Apply)
BBQ Facilities
LPG Gas
Laundry Facilities
Grassed Tent / Campervan Sites
Drive Through Sites
Dog Bathing Facilities
Credit Card Facilities
Club/Group Meeting Rooms
Camp Kitchen

Local Attractions

Bird Watching
Bush Walking
Cycling Tracks in Area
Food & Wine Region
Fossicking
Golf Nearby
Historical Sites in Area
Lawn Bowls Nearby
Photographic Sites in Area
Scenic Drives in Area

Things To Do

Toodyay is a historic town established in the mid 1800s. There are over 100 places of historical significance in and around Toodyay for you to explore, including the Old Goal (now a museum), Connors Mill, Toodyay Public Library and Uniquely Toodyay products, found at the old Toodyay Post Office.

The area boasts an abundance of wineries, lavender farms, olive groves, local produce such as honey, and artisanal creations. Emu and Alpaca farms also feature in the area, perfect for stocking up gorgeous Alpaca yarn or felt.

Take a stroll along the Avon River or hit a few balls on the local golf course. Discover the Avon Valley National Park and Pioneer’s Arboretum, as well as local parks, and reserves to enjoy the outdoors.

Toodyay hosts a variety of wonderful festivals every year, including Farmers Markets Monthly, Lyons Auction in April, the Moondyne Festival in May, Fibre Festival in June, Avon Descent Family Fun Days and Toodyay International Food Festival in August, Targa West Rally in August, the Vino Arts Exhibition and Toodyay Picnic Race Day in September, the Toodyay Agricultural Show in October, Bush Poets Festival as well as the Car & Motor Cycle Show in November and the Christmas Tree Party in December.

Rates

Rates are based on 1 to 2 people per site/cabin per night. Please contact us to confirm our current rates.
Accommodation TypePrice
Powered Site
$27 - $37
Unpowered sites
$25 - $32
Chalets
$140 - $160. Chalets are 1-2 adults with Queen Bed, Fold out double or single bed for extras.
Extra Guests in Chalets
$15 per adult/child (includes linen). Children < 2 years stay free.
Extra Guests on Sites
$15 per adult, $5 per child, Children < 2 years stay free.
Booking Terms:

Kui Parks Loyalty Members receive a 10% discount on published rates to a maximum of $30 per stay. Kindly note - only one discount applies. Conditions apply. Please contact us to confirm our current rates.

Special Offers

Stay 7 Pay 6

Stay 6 nights and stay the 7th night for free. Only one discount applies.

Address

Toodyay Holiday Park and Chalets
188 Racecourse Road, Toodyay, WA, 6566
GPS: -31.570920, 116.459826

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