Condingup Western Australia

"The Duke" - Orleans Bay Caravan Park

The view from one of the Chalets on the hill overlooking the Duke of Orleans Bay"The Duke" is nestled beside the picturesque Duke of Orleans Bay. It is surrounded by breathtaking swimming and fishing beaches, with spectacular wildlife and flora.

The park provides a secure place for children and pets, with a fenced off playground and boom gates at the entrance to keep traffic to a minimum. Park Homes and Powered Sites provide a lovely way to spend your holiday, or for those inclined we have a range of Chalets on offer with wonderful views across the bay. Unpowered sites are also available.

Once settled into your home away from home all your necessities are provided. A general store and kiosk provides ample supplies, fast foods, icecreams, cool drinks, fishing supplies, ice, bait, frozen foods and grocery lines.

Petrol, diesel and LPG are also available. Wood fired BBQs can be hired and boat launching facilities are on hand.
The usual fishing results from the Orleans Bay beaches
Around the surrounding coastline you will find an abundance of outdoor activities.

The sumptuous white sandy beaches and aquamarine bays are amongst the best in the world. Wharton Beach is the largest in the area, if you have a 4WD vehicle, you can drive right up to the water's edge.
The tranquil waters of Duke of Orleans Bay - and dogs are allowed
The tranquil waters of the Duke of Orleans Bay complement the ideal place to sit back, relax and perhaps catch a spot of fishing. The spectacularly vivid coastline and local wildlife make the Orleans Bay Caravan Park the ideal place for a family getaway.

Over 64 species of birds including Cape Barren Geese can be found in the area. Sightseeing, swimming, snorkelling, boat or beach fishing are just some of the many activities for the whole family.

Bookings and further enquiries contact:
Chris and Guy Royle
Ph: 08 9075 0033 Fax: 08 9076 6006
PO Box 277 Esperance WA 6450
Duke of Orleans Bay

A happy fisherman at Duke of Orleans Bay

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