Warren Way Caravan Park

lot 11 South Western Highway, MANJIMUP
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Welcome to Warren Way Caravan Park. We are situated 1km north of the town centre along the South Western highway.
When you arrive out our park we will welcome you with friendly service and a smile.
Some of our key features include: A resident manager, large sites for RV’s, dump station, BBQ area, sites available for short stay, hot showers and more…
We have accommodation available to suit all holiday makers; you won’t be disappointed.
Note: Dogs are allowed

This range includes the following, suitable for caravans or camping: Cabins, Powered sites, Unpowered sites.
This park is perfect for families, overnight stays and travellers of all ages. We hope you enjoy your holiday whether it be a short stay or a getaway Warren Way Caravan Park is the ideal place for you to visit. Stop and take the time out to absorb the surroundings and great atmosphere.
Come stay, relax and enjoy!

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Campfire
  • Dump Station
  • Hot Showers
  • Pet Friendly
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking
  • Resident Manager

Local Attractions

The Warren Way Caravan Park is an ideal place to base yourself when touring the great southern forest. Manjimup also has great shopping facilities for all to enjoy and there is the Manjimup Golf Club just around the corner.

Special Events

Throughout the year there are plenty of events happening in Manjimup and the surrounding towns. In March the Warren Agricultural Society hold their show, in November there is the well renowned Blues of Bridgetown and finally in December there is the Cherry Harmony Festival in Manjimup.

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