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If you are into wildflowers this is the place to be, we were blown away with the numbers and different varieties. Camping ground was basic but comfortable and very quite, plenty of wildlife hopping around the area. Hot showers and clean toilets were a bonus....More
The rooms offer fantastic value. It's a wilderness retreat so 5 star accom. was not expected. The owners could not have been more friendly or accommodating. I'm planning to return next year in the whale season.
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This is a dirt campsite with only the most basic facilities. We took caravans but there are no sites as such just find a spot and on leaving could only exit via an overgrown track which caused both car and caravan to end up with...More
Thank Yvonne R
Response from cwrbremerBay, Owner at Quaalup Homestead Wilderness RetreatResponded 22 October 2017
We are amazed to read the above critic, just after a week with lots of guests in caravans, most of them extending their stay and telling us at departure how beautiful they find the place and that they will come back...
To call an area...More
We choose Quaalup Homestead for two reasons; Wildflowers and Whales and got much more than we expected. Quaalup is so peaceful, with no noise just sounds of nature. The resident wild Kangaroos and joeys are a joy to watch. The Nature trail showcasing the many...More
My wife and I are not easily impressed. We’ve travelled widely and have visited a good many of the world locations and spots that tourist brochures rave about as being “must see’s”.
A recent road-trip took us about 520km SE of Perth - deep into...More