Nullagine Caravan Park

Gallop Street, NULLAGINE
1 reviews
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Welcome to Nullagine Caravan Park. We are situated in Western Australia, Willare
Some of our key features include: backpackers accommodation, kiosk, BBQ area, STD phone, wheelchair access, campers kitchen, large sites for RV’s and more…
We have accommodation available to suit all holiday makers; you won’t be disappointed.
This range includes the following, suitable for caravans or camping: Cabins, Powered sites, unpowered sites.
Note: dogs are allowed at manager’s discretion
This park is perfect for families, backpackers, and travellers of all ages. We hope you enjoy your holiday whether it be a short stay or a getaway Nullagine 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
  • Hot Showers
  • Kiosk
  • Pet Friendly
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking
  • Public Telephone

Price Guide

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Local Attractions

During the cooler months, an annual influx of tourists trying to find elusive nuggets and pretty rocks increases the population considerably.

The facilities in the town include the Nullagine Community Resource Centre, Caravan Park, Police Station, Hotel,Roadhouse and General Store, Nullagine Remote School, Gym, Library ,Health Clinic.

Special Events

Nullagine is the site of the first diamond discoveries in Australia. It was an old gold rush town which was first settled in the 1880's. Gold was found here in 1880 and there was an exodus of miners from the Halls Creek fields to Nullagine. There are also deposits of copper and manganese as well as many gemstones such as amethyst, Pilbara jade, jasper and tiger iron.

It has a unique landscape of rolling red granite hills, rock holes, gorges, endless vistas and, in winter, a wonderful and varied array of wildflowers and birds.

The town had a population of 2-3000 up till the Second World War when the gold started to peter out. Now there are only about 200 people living in town, with about 100 of them being Martu Aboriginals living in Irrungadji Community. With the boom in gold prices, there is an increase in mining and exploration with a largely FIFO work force.

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keith c
July 20th, 2016

One of the best places I've been for a long time. Great hosts Tracey and John. Very quite, come for a week looks like I'll be here a lot longer

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