Turner Caravan Park

Star 4.4 (392 Google reviews)

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Turner Caravan Park

Monday - Sunday: 9:00 AM until 5:00 PM
Drive one kilometre past the centre of Augusta town towards the Lighthouse. The park is located on the left along the banks of the Blackwood river.
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With the Blackwood River right at your doorstep, Turner Holiday Park is the best holiday spot for fishing, boating, swimming and enjoying the beautiful surroundings of the river mouth. You can often see visiting dolphins cruising the river in front of the park. Large stingrays (over summer) and pelicans are happy to share your catch of the day at the filleting tables.
The park is within easy walking distance from the Augusta Town Centre. A ten minute walk along the river and through the dunes in the opposite direction will take you to the beautiful Southern Ocean and its unspoiled beaches: the area is an easy access paradise for wind and kite-surfers along the river and for board surfers when the ocean swell is up.

Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park forms the backdrop of the Park and wonderful bush tracks can be started right from the park office.

The two bedroom chalet provides the perfect family accommodation for your getaway, catering to all of your relaxation needs. Overlooking the beautiful Blackwood River, your family holiday will be a memorable one! The air conditioned 2 Bedroom Chalets are suited for families of up to five people, with a king sized bed in the main bedroom and a queen sized bed + single bed in the second bedroom. All linen and towels are provided and beds are made up, ready for your arrival. The chalet offers an open plan kitchen/lounge, fully equipped kitchen and your own outdoor BBQ. 

Powered and unpowered camp sites also available. 



Turner Caravan Park

1 Blackwood Ave, Augusta WA 6290, Australia


Star 4.4 (392 Google reviews)
Sarah Meldrum-Wise 18 March 2024

Turners is an older caravan park in an incredible location. While we were put right up the back away from the inlet, the site was a very good size (#130) and there were plenty of trees for shade. The sites are also reverse angle parking which makes it easier again. Amenities are old but clean and plenty of hot water. FYI no family bathroom or disabled just a women's and a men's. Walking distance from Colour Patch Cafe on the water front. Safe, shallow water for little kids to play. The sting rays come up for a look which is a great novelty. A lovely, winding footpath that follows the Hardy inlet and kids play equipment along the foreshore edge. There's a boat ramp just up from Colour Patch too. The sites with water frontage appear to be on the smaller side with the odd larger one here and there. My only gripe is there's no grass up the back rows, only bitumen. We have little kids and there were a few stubbed toes, and the baby had minimal space to safely crawl around. Also, difficult to find a spot to drive a peg into the ground, to secure the awning, even with an impact driver and threaded pegs. The area of our site that was level enough was also mostly bitumen. They aren't all like this though.

Martha Nyama 19 December 2023

First time camping alone in this country also without my dogs had zero expectations just rushing thoughts and this place wowed me. I had a blissful afternoon not worried not stressed just me and an amazing view. I LOVED IT. Felt safe, lovely staff, walking distance to a restaurant and the beach. Running track is also just nearby for that early morning jog. Will make TURN😜 again 😊

John ADAMS 22 March 2024

Turner caravan park is right on the water of the Hardy Inlet. Great location. The park is extremely popular for a good reason. Dolphins, stingrays and pelicans are regular visitors to the fish cleaning tables in the inlet at the front of the park.

Peter Payne 07 April 2024

This park is well located near the sea front. Stingrays can be seen near the shore. It's very busy during holiday time.