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Moore River Holidays

Moore River Holidays

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Rona and Cos invite you to Moore River Holidays in their self contained riverfront home on 40 acres, glorious gardens back on to the Moore River. Ideal for two families or groups up to 14 persons. Free playing cards for each booking, let your holidays begin. Located one hour north of Perth in the Moore River Region of Gingin Shire. Locality of Caraban. Moore River Holidays Logo    

Country Values Holiday Homes

Country Values Holiday Homes

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Country Values Holiday Homes offers a wide range of self-contained holiday accommodation in Guilderton, Seabird, Ledge Point and Lancelin. All of our homes are fully self contained, clean and well maintained. We are an Accredited Tourism Business, licensed real estate agency and member of REIWA.  We have a local team, passionate about providing the highest standard of customer service.

Brookside Budget Accommodation and Chalets

Brookside Budget Accommodation and Chalets

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Welcome to Brookside. Great location affordable rates. Brookside offers 2 types of accommodation. Brookside Chalets are very spacious and self contained. Ideally located, close to Moore River and surrounding attractions. Our Budget Accommodation comprises of 12 rooms. Just off Indian Ocean Drive in Neergabby.
  • 1 double
  • 8 twin share
  • 3 bunk rooms, each sleeps 4 people (This accommodation has shared amenities)

Back to Nature Caravan Park

Back to Nature Caravan Park

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The park is set in 200 acres of scenic native bushland in West Gingin, and is a full member of the land for Wildlife scheme. Back to Nature Caravan Park is an ideal location for bush walking, birdwatching or a quiet getaway. With a modern laundry and ablution facilities the park also features a recreation room for your leisurely pursuits. Caravan storage is available.

Gingin Hotel

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The Gingin Hotel was built in 1902 and 1903 and the two storey brick building was officially opened on January 29th, 1903. Nestled into the valleys to the north of Perth, it is the ideal distance from the capital for a day trip and is a popular stop off for tourists heading north. The hotel was allegedly built for 2 defrocked Irish priests who enjoyed their evening drink! It is now an excellent venue for small conferences, weddings, trade shows and weekend retreats. The hotel offers excellent accommodation, quality food and an excellent range of draught beers and a fine wine list.

Yanchep National Park

James in Crystal Cave

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Yanchep National Park Known as Perth’s natural and cultural meeting place, Yanchep National Park is one of Perth’s oldest and most popular national parks. Experience a bushland haven which is home to koalas, kangaroos and an abundance of other native animals and plants. Take part in a guided tour of Crystal Cave, or in one of the Aboriginal cultural experiences, enjoy a barbecue in the scenic grounds or take a stroll or hike on one of the many walk trails. There’s so much to see and do at Yanchep national Park.