Busselton Lazy Days Caravan Park
Conveniently located on the Busselton Highway, which runs parallel with the stunning Geographe Bay, Lazy Days Caravan Park is an ideal base to explore the stunning southwest corner of Western Australia.
Popular with families during school holidays and the warmer summer months, Busselton’s international reputation has grown around the region's pristine beaches, breathtaking tours and delicious food and wine.
ACCOMMODATION & FACILITIES
Featuring a range of affordable park homes, cabins and pet-friendly powered and unpowered sites, Lazy Days Caravan Park is a much-loved getaway with something to offer every type of traveller.
Especially popular with budget-savvy explorers, both premium and cost-effective accommodation options are available.
Ideal for large groups, families and couples, the parks' location close to Busselton town centre makes it an extremely convenient choice.
Inside the park itself you’ll find facilities including a large guest laundry room, camp kitchen, well maintained amenities blocks, as well as barbecue areas and free Wi-Fi. Each of the park homes include reverse cycle air conditioning, ensuite bathroom and either a full kitchen or kitchenette.
Pet-friendly sites are also available for those travelling with their favourite furry friend.
Ranging from 1 to 3-bedroom units that sleep up to 6, down to 1-bedroom studio cabins with shared amenities, accommodation inside the park is clean, comfortable and affordable.
THINGS TO SEE & DO NEAR BUSSELTON LAZY DAYS
Close to the very best of Western Australia’s famous southwest region, which includes Margaret River, a brisk 8-minute walk from the Busselton Lazy Days Caravan Park will take you to directly to the kind of pristine beachfront the Geographe region is famous for.
Hop in the car and after a short 9-minute drive you will arrive at the section of the beach that includes the unmissable Busselton Jetty. We highly recommend speaking to the friendly park managers about local tours and famous Busselton attractions that will make the most of your stay.
Must see attractions in the area include the Jetty Train, Underwater Observatory and Deep Sea Pool. Each of them involves spending time on the bay’s stunning white sandy beach that looks out onto some of Australia’s clearest blue water.
Busselton tours are another great way to experience the bountiful waters of Geographe Bay and include the chance to dive from the Busselton Jetty or go further afield and experience the HMAS Swan wreck, the largest sunken dive wreck in Australia.
GATEWAY TO MARGARET RIVER
As a gateway to the world-famous Margaret River wine region, an organised tour with a local operator is a fantastic way of taking the stress out of planning an itinerary yourself – not to mention freeing you up to enjoy the local product.
Busselton Foreshore itself provides days of exploration however, and there are excellent paved walking and cycling paths that connect the areas east and west of the iconic jetty.
For those travelling with children, the Pirate Ship Adventure Playground is not to be missed, and comes complete with a life-size clipper ship, giant squid, scalable bird nest lookout and huge whale tail that sprays unsuspecting onlookers!
Nearby Busselton bars and micro-breweries are never not popular, many offering views of the water, while opportunities for high-quality dining are never in short supply. Fishing charters are popular here and a number of nearby national parks and historical landmarks will keep most visitors exploring for days.