Holidaymakers are being warned to take extra care on the roads with disturbing data revealing a 50 per cent rise in caravan collisions this year — with September being a notoriously bad month.
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The owners of Lake Navarino Holiday Park in Waroona have pleaded with visitors to comply with COVID-19 regulations and act responsibly if they want to return to the facility.
Private caravan parks are now able to accept new guests while campgrounds within WA’s national parks, reserves and State forests will be re-opened from midday Friday for public camping.
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Young Australian singles and couples without children have overtaken families as the group taking the most camping and caravan trips.
Lucky Bay, Le Grand Beach Campground and Fitzgerald River National Park’s Four Mile Campground all fall into the new category, which will cost up to 30 per cent more than before.
People who are keen to get outdoors this Easter but have not booked a campsite may have left it too late, with the majority of State-run facilities already full.
WA has seven established island retreats and plenty more options if you are happy to rough it.
Explore Uzbekistan on two wheels, checking out mountain gorges, desert oases, ancient fortified cities, bazaars, tented caravans and the Great Steppe.
Set in 17,000ha of jarrah, marri and yarri forest 150km south of Perth, Wellington National Park’s new addition means visitors will be able to enjoy more of its natural beauty.
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