Cheynes Beach Caravan Park

  • 2021 Winner - Albany Chamber of Commerce - Tourism Business of the Year

  • 2021 Finalist - Albany Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year Award

  • 2021 Finalist - Albany Chamber of Commerce Business 5-10 Employees

  • 2021 Finalist - Perth Airport WA Tourism Awards - Caravan and Holiday Parks

Cheynes Beach Caravan Park is located 68kms east of Albany on WA’s South Coast and 20kms off the South Coast Highway.  Surrounded by Waychinicup National Park, Arpenteur Nature Reserve and overlooking the Southern Ocean, Cheynes Beach Caravan Park is the epitome of tranquility!  

The Park consists of 61 caravan sites (with concrete slab or shade cloth), 5 group areas and 47 tent or camper trailer sites – all are powered. Sites are large, shady, grassy and offer some privacy. 

 

Many of our caravan and camping sites have views to the majestic Southern Ocean. Cheynes Beach has beautiful white sand and turquoise water that stretches to the horizon.  

Our guests are continually amazed by our eclectic mix of attractions:

  • Humpback and Southern Right whale spotting in the winter

  • Salmon fishing in the autumn

  • Wildflowers and birdwatching in the spring

  • Swimming, snorkelling, diving, snorkeling, bushwalking, 4wding, surfing, stand-up paddle boarding, and fishing all year around

Cheynes Beach Area

Cheynes Beach is a protected cove, 45 min drive from Albany and Porongorup and 75 mins from the Stirling Ranges, an accessible beach that stretches for kilometres with aqua blue waters and sparkling white sands. Like much of the region, the area is undeveloped and virtually unspoilt. Offering little opportunity for agricultural development this part of the world is filled with these small undisturbed sanctuaries that hug the coast and provide a stunning backdrop for a camping expedition.

 

The whole region is a series of crevices and crannies and thick scrubby coastal bush which is home to many rare plants including Albany Pitcher Plant and Granite Spider Orchid. Home to various marsupials including Western Grey Kangaroo, Quenda, Honey Possum and numerous species of Birds, including rare and endangered and birds endemic to WA. The hills that are strewn with polished granite boulders and the green foliage and crystal waters make for a unique and memorable place to visit.

Aerial View
Aerial View

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Western Area
Western Area

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Cheynes Beach + Bald Island
Cheynes Beach + Bald Island

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Aerial View

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Meet the Owners

Meet Joanne and Allan Marsh owners of Cheynes Beach Caravan Park.

Joanne's family bought the caravan park in 1986 when Joanne was 16. After some years away from the caravan park marrying and starting a family, Joanne and Allan and their two boys moved back to the caravan park in 2000.  Joanne and Allan took over the management of the park in 2009.

Joanne and Allan’s daughter was born here in 2011 and spends most of her school holidays meeting and playing with all the children who visit with us here in the caravan park.

In 2014, Joanne and Allan bought the caravan park from Joanne's parents and have invested heavily to upgrade and expand the park to what it is today.  

Cheynes Beach
Cheynes Beach
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Mermaid Point
Mermaid Point
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Sunset Boat
Sunset Boat
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Whales in the bay
Whales in the bay
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Sunrise
Sunrise
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