Attractions & Activities

The Cowaramup and Gracetown region boasts a wide variety of attractions and activities that all of your family can enjoy on a holiday.

Wineries and Local Produce

Our holiday park is surrounded by the famous Margaret River wine region with wineries and vineyards. Just minutes from our doorstep visit Olio Bello, where they make fresh olive oils and other olive products. The Margaret River Chocolate factory, the Margaret River Cheese factories, Candy Cow are also very close by. Sample some of our local wineries such as Vasse Felix, Edwards Vineyard, Fermoy Estate and Mosswood. Cullen Wines offer a great selection of premium Margaret River organic wines and as well as organic food for lunch.

Why not book a tour at the reception, we provide a range of different tours for you to enjoy the region? Let us show you around all the local hot spots.

Natural Attractions

Gracetown Caravan Park is set in a natural bush setting surrounded by wildlife and in season wildflowers. The caravan park is centrally located to a range of natural attractions that people enjoy throughout the year.


2.5kms away from your holiday accommodation is a natural attraction, Cowaramup Bay beach, perfect for children to have a swim. Surrounding the large bay is a protected reef ideal for surfing, snorkeling, fishing and kayaking. There is a protected boat ramp and a small jetty, a great place to take the boat out into the open ocean to do some reef surfing, fishing and diving.

Whale Watching

Take a favourite bottle of wine, a cheese platter and your deck chair to enjoy the magical experience of a Gracetown sunset, enjoying the whales’ entertainment during their migration season. The bay provides a large whale playground and a perfect seaside hill for you to watch the whales on sunset. A very memorable experience for the children and the big kids! There are whale watching tours available at Augusta, whale watching tours Dunsborough and whale watching charters Busselton. Bookings can be made at reception.


One of Gracetown’s key qualities is that it is a surfing town. There are at least six quality surf breaks in and around Cowaramup Bay, minutes from each other. From the learner to the more experienced surfer there is a surf break for everyone and every type of board including mal riders, short board riders and bodyboard riders. Some of the surf breaks have been made famous by pros and surfing videos. There are plenty of other excellent breaks nearby, meaning that you are almost guaranteed to find a break without anyone else on the perfect waves rolling in.


The region has lots of popular caves including the Yallingup Ngilgi Cave situated north. The caves are a great experience and shouldn’t be missed. The most popular caves have tours that run daily. With a good pair of comfortable shoes the caves can be enjoyed by just about everyone. Experienced cavers and abseilers will enjoy the many caves and cliffs surrounding the area. Check at reception for a map and shire regulations for self guided tours.


For a great diving experience the warship HMAS Swan is situated in the Geographe Bay out from Busselton. For more information please ask at reception.

Maps and Information

Maps and information for scenic tours are available at reception and our chalets have an information booklet for your convenience. Gracetown is a small and friendly hidden coastal town, there is a shop that can provide most of your needs including fuel, food, alcohol, bait and some groceries.

Cowaramup is less than ten minutes away and has a country store with grocery supplies, a small post office, a bakery, fruit & veg shop and a few cafes with art and craft, a butcher shop with all your meat needs, a liquor and wine outlet providing the largest range of local and southwest wine.

Margaret River a fifteen minute drive from us, is surrounded by forest and is only fifteen minutes away from the beach. Margaret River has all the amenities that a large town provide including Coles and lots of shops, a post office, police station, resorts, a recreation centre and schools.