Just three hours south of Perth in the rural heartland of the Great Southern region is Kojonup. It is a thriving country town steeped in history offering visitors the opportunity to experience Australia’s rural way of life. It is the kind of place which underlines Aussie in the Australia Day experience. That extends to Kojonup's Australia Day races. Join the people of Kojonup for a chicken and champagne lunch and picnic races at Wandelca Race Course on Australia Day, Saturday, February 6.
Located on the crossroad stop between Perth, Albany, Esperance, Bunbury and Denmark, Kojonup it is accessible from all directions.
GPS: South 33 deg 49.51 East 117 deg 10.10
While pets on a leash are welcome they are not permitted in onsite accommodation.
Kojonup Caravan Park offers:
Large, shady Caravan Bays and Sites.
Undercover Camp Kitchen and BBQ area.
Clean amenities and Laundry.
Lots of birdlife and wildflowers.
Kojonup attractions include:
Australia Day Picnic Races.
The Kodja Place. The centre immortalises the farm experience, life on the reserve while listening to the heartfelt stories of early settlers, the aspirations of the young and the community hopes for the future.
The effort of hundreds of local volunteers is evident in the design and construction of The Kodja Place. It demonstrates the significance of Noongar and Wadjela cultures in the district, and exists as a graphic illustration of the evolution of a multitude of similar communities across Australia.
It provides a focal point for local cross-cultural harmony, and its existence, its activities and its success provide a source of community pride, a community meeting place and a pivotal expression of the cultural makeup of Kojonup.
The Rose Maze - lose yourself in a maze of Australian-bred roses.
Follow the Historical Walk Trail.
Myrtle Benn Flora and Fauna Sanctuary.
Wineries and olive groves.
Federation Wool Wagon.
Kojonup Golf Course and Tennis Club.
Kojonup Recreation Complex.
Lake Towerinning an ancient meteor crater filled with fresh, clear water and ideal for water-skiing and swimming
Local pubs supply the best food.
The Annual Wildflower Festival in Spring.
Kojonup Caravan Park is a shady, spacious park with lots of trees, and abundant birdlife. Accommodation options include Ensuite and Standard cabins, Onsite Bus or Caravans, Powered and Unpowered sites for caravans, motorhomes and tents etc.
Groups are welcome.
The large, well equipped Campers Kitchen has plenty of seating for families or groups to get together, and the convenience shop is well stocked with groceries, drinks, ice creams and other goodies.
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Cabin accommodation Kui Kojonup CP.
Kui Kojonup CP laundromat.