Woodman Point Holiday Park - Fremantle BIG4 Park

Park Overview

Located 25 kilometres southwest of Perth city and only 10 kilometres from the historical port city of Fremantle, this modern, resort style facility offers a diverse range of accommodation including cabins, chalets, powered caravan sites and camping grounds, all with tranquil parkland surrounds.

Rating:  Self Rated 4

 

Features of the Park

  • Shaded Camp Sites
  • Modern Cabins
  • WWII bunker Camp Kitchen
  • Swimming Pool
  • Playground and Games room

Nearby

  • Historical Port City of Fremantle just 10kms – 15 minutes away
  • Take the ferry to Rottnest
  • Fremantle Prison
  • Adventure World (seasonal)
  • Fishing Boat Harbour

 

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Rates start from

$47.00

(Powered site)

or

$145.00

(Cabin)

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Location - WA

Accommodation

Woodman Point Holiday Park
Deluxe Cabin - A

The deluxe cabin (A) has two bedrooms and includes:

  • Queen size bed in main bedroom
  • Double bed with single bunk bed in second bedroom.
  • Linen is provided
  • Fully self-contained kitchen
  • Lounge
  • Dining
  • Bathroom
  • Verandah
  • Sleeps up to 5
  • Note: We have only one of the Deluxe Cabin - A's

Woodman Point Holiday Park
Deluxe Cabin - B

The deluxe cabin (B) has two bedrooms and includes:

  • Queen size bed in main bedroom
  • Single bunk bed in second bedroom
  • Linen is provided
  • Fully self-contained kitchen
  • Lounge
  • Dining
  • Bathroom
  • Verandah
  • Sleeps up to 4

Woodman Point Holiday Park
Deluxe Family Chalet

The deluxe chalet has two bedrooms and includes:

  • Queen size bed in main bedroom
  • Double bunks in second bedroom
  • Linen is provided
  • Fully self-contained kitchen
  • Lounge
  • Dining
  • Bathroom
  • Verandah.
  • Note: one cabin has disabled facilities
  • Sleeps up to 6

Woodman Point Holiday Park
Deluxe Spa Chalet

In an elevated position overlooking the park the deluxe spa chalets have two bedrooms and include:

  • Queen bed in main bedroom
  • Double bed in second room
  • Linen is provided
  • Fully self-contained kitchen
  • Lounge
  • Dining
  • TV & DVD
  • Verandah
  • Bathroom with spa
  • Sleeps up to 4.

Woodman Point Holiday Park
Deluxe Studio

The deluxe studio has a separate bedroom and includes:

  • Queen size bed
  • TV in bedroom
  • Lounge
  • Kitchen
  • Bathroom
  • Reverse cycle air conditioning
  • TV/DVD with Foxtel
  • Spacious deck
  • Linen provided
  • Complimentary coffee, tea & sugar
  • Sleeps 2.

Woodman Point Holiday Park
Holiday Unit

The holiday unit has two bedrooms and includes:

  • Queen bed in main bedroom
  • Set of children's bunks in second bedroom
  • Linen provided
  • Fully self-contained kitchen
  • Lounge
  • Dining
  • TV & DVD
  • Bathroom
  • Sleeps up to 4

Woodman Point Holiday Park
Studio

The studio has an open plan room and includes:

  • Queen size bed or twin beds
  • Small dining table and chairs
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Bathroom
  • TV/Video with Foxtel
  • Reverse cycle air-conditioning
  • Bathroom
  • Verandah
  • Linen provided
  • Sleeps 2.

Woodman Point Holiday Park
Powered Site

Powered Sites

  • Paved or Grass
  • Choose from shaded or sunny areas
  • Access to power
  • Your own caravan or tent is required
  • Please advise staff when booking the overall size of your van. i.e. length - including rear bumper and draw bar.

Woodman Point Holiday Park
Camping Site

Camping Site

  • Grassed and/ or sheltered.
  • Your own tent is required

For your convenience and safety please ensure you are aware of the following:

  • All rates are quoted in AU$ and apply to TWO guests unless otherwise stated.
  • Additional persons incur additional charge per person. An Adult refers to 16+ years, Children refer to 3-15 years and Infants refer to 0-2 years and are free of charge.

Cancellation Policy

  • One night's accommodation will be charged if less than seven (7) days’ notice of cancellation is received.
  • 50% of one night's accommodation will be charged if less than fourteen days (14) notice is received
  • Full refund will be made if cancelled greater than fourteen (14) days from arrival.
  • If paid by credit card, the surcharge is refundable.
  • No refund for early departure.
  • Park Management reserves the right to relocate or cancel any booking at its discretion.
  • All cancellations must be in writing direct to the property

For your children’s wellbeing and safety - "Children under the age of 9 years are not permitted to use the top bunk and children must not play on top bunk" - Work Law Health & Safety state that operators must comply with the Australian Standard AS/NZS 4220:2010.

Don’t miss out on your discounts (for example BIG4 and Top Tourist etc) Any booking with an applicable discount must be made direct with the property (telephone, fax or email) and not online as the discount cannot be registered via our booking button or any other third party websites.
Credit Card transaction fees will be applied to all payments made by credit card and the following fees apply:

  • Visa & MasterCard 1.1% inc.
  • AMEX & Diners 3.85% inc.

Debit Card and EFTPOS transactions do not attract fees

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Getting There

Woodman Point Holiday Park - GPS Coordinates
Latitude -32.139130
Longitude 115.768051
  S32° 8.3478', E115° 46.0831'

How far is?

The historical Port City of Fremantle is only 13 minutes away – this bustling port city is renowned for its mix of arty and alternative locals. The streets buzz with the song of buskers, the side-walks fill with music from the many trendy cafes.

The seaside City of Mandurah is only 42 minutes away – explore the many cafes and waterways for a relaxed day out.

Perth CBD is only 30 minutes -  the CBD is a packed with a huge variety of shops where you can shop for Australian fashions, Aboriginal Art. Visit the galleries, theatre, restaurants and bars.


Getting to / from Perth Airport

Driving Time - Domestic - 35 minutes/International - 35 minutes
Distance - Domestic - 36kms/International - 38kms

Perth Airport is a modern facility approximately half an hour away from the centre of Perth. The international and domestic terminals are easily accessible by car, taxi and bus.


Taxi

Taxis are available from both the domestic and international terminals. A taxi trip from the airport terminals to Perth City centre will take 20 to 30 minutes. The journey will cost approximately AUD$20 - AUD$30. A taxi trip from either airport terminal to Woodman Point Holiday Park will take approx 35-40 minutes. The journey will cost approximately AUD$50 - $60. All taxis are meter operated by time and distance, and operate twenty four hours a day. Taxis indicate they are vacant by illuminating their sign on the roof. At both airport terminals available taxis will wait at the taxi rank.

Swan Taxis
13 1330 (within Australia)

Black & White Taxis
13 1008 (within Australia)


Buses

An Airport-City Shuttle operates to and from domestic and international airports with convenient pick up points located near accommodation throughout Perth. Fremantle Airport Shuttle also picks up at the domestic and international airports dropping off customers from Cottesloe to Cockburn. (Includes: Woodman Point and Coogee Beach Holiday Park)
Note: Bookings are essential - shuttle must be prebooked.

For more information go to www.fremantleairportshuttle.com.au


 Kalbarri to Fremantle

  • Driving Time - 7 hours
  • Distance - 586 km

Kalbarri

Kalbarri to Geraldton is 159 kilometres

Just two hours' drive north from Geraldton, Kalbarri is one of Western Australia's most popular holiday destinations. This town, located at the mouth of the Murchison River, is surrounded by stunning coastline, towering river gorges and protected swimming bays.
There is a large range of activities for tourists so it is the perfect spot to stack up some memorable holiday moments. Kalbarri National Park is a must see and water sports on the lower reaches of the Murchison River are diverse and plentiful.

Geraldton

Geraldton to Cervantes is 222 kilometres

Geraldton is a thriving coastal city where you can enjoy city attractions within a relaxed holiday atmosphere. Geraldton looks out to pristine coastline while being framed by rolling hills and Moresby Ranges. As a regional service centre, you'll find everything you need in Geraldton.

Cervantes

Cervantes to the Swan Valley is 226 kilometres

The laid back fishing village of Cervantes with its white, pristine beaches and turquoise waters offer visitors water activities in abundance, from exploring the offshore islands and reefs to dropping a line off the local jetties. As the gateway to the Nambung National Park and the mystical Pinnacles and wonderful wildflowers in season there is lots to discover.

Swan Valley

Swan Valley to Fremantle is 43 kilometres

Perth's premier wine and food destination and Western Australia's oldest wine growing region, situated just 25 minutes from Perth City. With world-class wineries, restaurants, cafés, fresh producers, breweries, distilleries, arts, crafts, tours and accommodation. The Swan Valley is more than just a journey for your taste buds…its a voyage of discovery for all your senses!

Fremantle

Fremantle to Perth City is 23.5 kilometres

Fremantle is renowned for its history and vibrant atmosphere that is a favourite for locals, international and domestic tourists alike. It offers a broad range of world class wining and dining choices both along the cappuccino strip and on the waters edge in fishing boat harbour. If retail therapy is in order then you won't be disappointed. Shopping ranges from exclusive boutiques to Aboriginal Art and the famous Fremantle Markets where you can buy anything imaginable! If the shopping gets too much you can sit at the Sail & Anchor and enjoy  a cold pint (or perhaps a Chili Beer!) and be entertained by the street buskers

Perth City

The City of Perth is nestled in a picturesque natural amphitheatre, bordered by Kings Park botanical gardens and the beautiful Swan River. The City is a must see destination for all visitors and the Perth Cultural Centre, featuring the State Library, Museum and Art Gallery, is one of the most popular attractions for visitors from near and far.

There are plenty of riverside and beachside restaurants and cafés to dine at, world-class golf courses, over 80 kilometres of white sandy beaches to sunbathe on and a mecca of outdoor activities and experiences to enjoy.


Augusta to Fremantle

  • Driving Time - 4.5 hours
  • Distance - 330 kms

Augusta

Augusta to Margaret River is 43 kilometres

Augusta is a scenic town situated at the mouth of the beautiful Blackwood River. A must see are the magical limestone caves - Jewel Cave is a relatively recently discovered wonder that impresses visitors with its elaborate formations in its enormous chambers.
It boasts a frozen waterfall and one of the world’s longest straw stalactites to be found in any tourist cave.

Margaret River

Margaret River to Dunsborough is 51 kilometres

Margaret River is famous as the South West’s top wine region and is a very popular destination for tourists. The cosy township is 10 kilometres from the Indian Ocean, situated on the banks of the stunning Margaret River. Although the wineries keep tourists amused, the scenery surrounding Margaret River is some of the best WA has to offer with beautiful sandy beaches, rugged coastlines, forests, rich farming land and colourful wildflowers in the spring. Surfers travel from far and wide to brave the awesome Margaret River swells but if you would like something a little more relaxed, there is an abundance of trendy cafés, gourmet restaurants and interesting shops to explore.

Dunsborough

Dunsborough to Busselton is 29 kilometres

Dunsborough has something for every taste with beautiful beaches, national parks and picturesque walking trails, or for the shoppers and lovers of everything gourmet there are cafés, bakeries, restaurants and fashion stores along the main streets of the town.

Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse and Maritime Museum are a short drive out of town and be sure to explore the beautiful turquoise waters of Meelup Bay, Eagle Bay and Bunker Bay, this magnificent coastline is well worth a visit.

Busselton

Busselton to Mandurah is 157 kilometres

Busselton lies sheltered on the sweeping shores of pristine Geographe Bay boasting crystal clear waters and white sandy beaches stretching away towards Cape Naturaliste. Busselton’s calm waters are an aquatic playground for those who love to water-ski, snorkel, dive, fish and sail. The town offers a variety of venues for eating out, from relaxed coffee shops to sophisticated and trendy bars, cafés and fine restaurants. Busselton is probably best known for its 140 year old jetty, which is the longest wooden structure in the Southern Hemisphere. Described as one of Australia’s most unique eco-tourism sites and greatest artificial reef, it is gaining worldwide recognition for its Underwater Observatory placed near its end. It is located 1.8 kilometres from the shore, almost at the end of the 2 kilometre long Busselton Jetty. From eight metres below the surface of the water, visitors can see the amazing coral and fish life through eleven viewing windows.

Mandurah

Mandurah to Fremantle is 60 kilometres

Mandurah is a vibrant city noted for its magnificent waterways and holiday atmosphere. The city's restaurants, craft and souvenir shops, art galleries and cultural buildings are set around the blue green waters of Mandjar Bay. At night the bay lights up and people migrate to the waterfront to enjoy a barbecue or dine at the many cafés. In the day, foreshore lawns and parkland's come alive with walkers, picnickers, paddlers, people fishing and crabbing and children at play. But the aquatic activity Mandurah is perhaps best known for is crabbing, which brings thousands during summer weekends. The Mandurah Crab Festival in autumn is the city's major festival event of the year.

Fremantle

Fremantle to Perth City is 23.5 kilometres

Fremantle is renowned for its history and vibrant atmosphere that is a favourite for locals, international and domestic tourists alike. It offers a broad range of world class wining and dining choices both along the cappuccino strip and on the waters edge in fishing boat harbour. If retail therapy is in order then you won't be disappointed. Shopping ranges from exclusive boutiques to Aboriginal Art and the famous Fremantle Markets where you can buy anything imaginable! If the shopping gets too much you can sit at the Sail & Anchor and enjoy  a cold pint (or perhaps a Chili Beer!) and be entertained by the street busker's

Perth City

The City of Perth is nestled in a picturesque natural amphitheatre, bordered by Kings Park botanical gardens and the beautiful Swan River. The City is a must see destination for all visitors and the Perth Cultural Centre, featuring the State Library, Museum and Art Gallery, is one of the most popular attractions for visitors from near and far.

There are plenty of riverside and beachside restaurants and cafés to dine at, world-class golf courses, over 80 kilometres of white sandy beaches to sunbathe on and a mecca of outdoor activities and experiences to enjoy.

Attractions & Events

What's on at Woodman Point?

  • Breakfast!
    Bacon & Egg Rolls
    Every Saturday 8.30 -10am
    Resident’s Recreation room
    $2.50
  • Bingo!
    Every Thursday Night - 6.45pm
    Eyes Down at 7.00pm
    At the Camp Kitchen

 

 

Local Events Calendar - 2013/14

July
  • 19 - 21
    Good Food & Wine show
  • 27 - 28
     Mundaring Truffle Festival
August
  • 25
    City to Surf Fun Run
September
  • 14
    The Castrol Edge Rugby Championships
    Qantas Wallabies versus Argentina
  • 28 - 30
    Perth Royal Show
October
  • 1 - 5
    Perth Royal Show
  • 27 -31
    Streets Arts Festival - Fremantle
November
December
  • 29 - 3 Jan
     Hopman Cup
January
  • 29 Dec - 3
     Hopman Cup
  • 26
     Australia Day Swan Valley Twilight Tasting
  • 24 - 28 Feb
     Fringe World Festival 
  • 28 
     2014 Big Day Out - Perth 
February
  • 24 Jan - 28 
     Fringe World Festival 
  • 2
    Open Water Swim Challenge
  • 1 - 12
     Fremantle Carnevale
  • 7 - 9
    2013 Fremantle Boat Show
  • 7 - 1 Mar
    Festival of Perth
  • 15 - 16 
     Perth Holiday and Travel Expo
March
  • 7 Mar - 1
    Festival of Perth
  • 3
    Soundwave 2014 - Perth
  • 7 - 24
    Sculptures by the Sea
  • 16
    Open Water Swim Series - Mullaloo Beach
    Go for 2 & 5 Perth Track Classic (TBC)
  • 8 - 9 
    Fremantle Chilli Festival
  • 15 - 16
    Channel 7 Mandurah Crab Festival
  • 19 - 21
    A Vintage Weekend in the Swan (TBC)
  • 20 - 24
    Perth Caravan & Camping Show
  • 23 - 24
    Blues & Roots Festival - Fremantle (TBC)
  • 30
    Joondalup Autumn Classic (TBC)
April
  • 6
    Live Lighter Dams Challenge
  • 14
    Jeep Polo in the Valley (TBC)
  • 18 - 21
    Easter
  • 19 - 21
    Street Arts Festival - Fremantle
  • 25
    Anzac Day
  • 25 - 27
     21st Folkworld Fairbridge Festival
May
  • 3
    The Stampede
  • 4
    Enerflex Step Up for MS
  • 23 - 3 June
    Heritage Festival Fremantle
  • 25
    HBF Run for a reason
June
  • 23 May - 3
    Heritage Festival Fremantle
  • 5 - 6
    Valley & Vineyards - Beer & Wine Festival 
  • 19 - 21
    Good Food & Wine Festival 
July
  • 13
    City to Surf
  • 27 - 28
    Mundaring Truffle Festival

Attractions

Cycling Take a bicycle ride along the beachfront cycleway. Travel North to Fremantle or South to explore the sights of Woodman Point Regional Park.

Historical Port of Fremantle Visit the vibrant eclectic City of Fremantle with the most beautiful heritage buildings, great beaches, delicious seafood, talented artists and designers. Fremantle has 7 day shopping and offers a fantastic array of food, fun and entertainment for all ages.


Woodman Point Jetty is an ideal location to try your hand at fishing.


Fremantle Markets Open Friday to Sunday. Over 150 stalls offering everything from ocean fresh seafood, fruit and veges, freshly baked bread, cheeses and gourmet foods, health foods, coffee, fabulous clothing, handcrafted jewellery and much, much more.


Western Australian Maritime Museum Victoria Quay, Fremantle. Opening Hours - Open 9.30am 5.00pm daily. 1.00pm 5.00pm Anzac Day and Boxing Day Closed Christmas Day and Good Friday.


Fremantle Prison The Fremantle Prison is one of Western Australia's premier heritage sites. The Prison was built by convicts in the 1850s and was closed as a place of incarceration in 1991 after 136 years of continuous use. Take a ghostly, torchlight night tour or Trek through sections of the labyrinth of tunnels by foot, then board the replica convict punts to explore the submerged passageways accessible only by boat on a Tunnel Tour. Discover original blast holes, bores, oil lamp recesses and artefact's from the days when working in the tunnels was hard labour for prisoners.


Perth Motorplex Speedway Major events including Drag Racing and Speedway are conducted from October through to April each season with Street Drag Racing running each and every Wednesday night from September through to May.


Adventure World - Theme Park Come and experience the fun and excitement of Perth’s Premier Amusement Park featuring Western Australia’s best mix of wet and dry rides plus Kids Cove…something for the entire family! 

Opening Times
29th Sep - 15th Oct 7 days, 10am - 5pm
16th Oct - 30th Nov Thurs to Mon, 10am - 5pm
1st Dec - 24th Dec 7 days, 10am - 5pm
26th Dec - 3rd Feb 7 days, 9am - 6pm
4th Feb - 11th April Thurs to Mon, 10am - 5pm
12th April - 27th April 7 Days, 10am - 5pm

Closed Christmas Day & Good Friday.


Rottnest Island Rottnest Island, Western Australia's very own island getaway featuring a casual atmosphere, picturesque scenery and some of the world's finest beaches and bays, is located just 19 kilometres off the coast of Fremantle. Journeys by ferry take 30 minutes from Fremantle, 45 minutes from Hillarys, 90 minutes from Perth, you can also get to the Island in 15 minutes by aeroplane from Jandakot Airport. 


Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour is a thriving community of Restaurants, Cafés and Tourist attractions. Visit Little Creature's Brewery for a quiet ale, Joe's Fish Shack, Kailis Fish Market & Café, Cicerellos or take a twilight cruise on and Escapade Eco Yacht.


Fremantle Trams Since 1985 Fremantle Tram Tours has been providing guided tours to thousands of the visitors to Fremantle aboard our replica 'trams'. With the entertaining and educational commentary provided by the driver, passengers quickly discover the authentic charm of Fremantle that makes it Western Australia's most visited City.


Woodman Point Nature Reserve Unlike many of Perth’s beaches, those at Woodman Point have a bushy backdrop of unique remnant vegetation. Magnificent natural remnants of tuart woodland, coastal health and the most extensive stands of Rottnest cypress found anywhere on the mainland characterise the park. Woodman Point has an intriguing history and features in Nyoongar creation stories.

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