Anyone that knows me, will agree that I’m not a big fan of camping. However, there has been the odd time when I have even suggested doing a camping trip. On my terms. You see I’m quite happy to live in a tent providing I have certain “luxuries”. Read this RAC Busselton Holiday Park review to find out what I thought of this caravan park.

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swimming pool with palm trees and chairs around it
RAC Busselton Holiday Park Swimming Pools

Where is RAC Busselton Holiday Park?

Busselton is in Western Australia’s South West, about 230 km south of Perth.

The main highway leads straight from Perth and it’s a straight road most of the way. It will get you there from Perth in under 3 hours.

Why not combine this with a Perth to Albany Road Trip?

RAC Busselton Holiday Park Review

RAC Busselton Holiday Park is a 300m walk to the beach at Geographe Bay but is set on eight hectares of natural bushland.

The massive Peppermint trees not only provide shade in our hot summers but are home to the endangered ring tail possums. If you keep a look out at night, you will see them scurrying around (look by the pool area which is where we saw them).

rac busselton caravan park view of bushland green grass and trees
The View From Our Site at RAC Busselton

Accommodation in RAC Busselton Holiday Park

There are a few accommodation options to choose from at RAC Busselton, including motel-style rooms, self-contained cabins, powered and unpowered sites plus ensuite sites.

The chalets can be quite expensive but you are paying for the use of all their facilities, which will save you money if you have kids!

wooden cabin with stairs going up leading to a door on camp site
RAC Busselton Holiday Park chalet

My choice is usually the ensuite sites. This is a camping site with the use of your own private bathroom. It has a toilet, shower, sink and enough room to get ready and provides extra storage. You have your own key so no one else has access to it.

These sites are located at the back of the park and overlook natural bushland. Bath and hand towels are supplied as are toiletries.

a tent with a table and 2 chairs by an ensuite building on a campsite
Our Ensuite Site

RAC Busselton Holiday Park Facilities

  • Free Wi-fi
  • 2 Large Swimming Pools (one of which is heated during winter school holidays)
  • On-Site Kiosk
  • Air Conditioning in Cabins
  • Free use of BBQs
  • Gazebos for eating outside
  • Basketball Area
  • Football Goals
  • Games Room including table tennis, soccer table, and pool table
  • Children’s Playground
  • Soccer Nets
  • Jumping Pillow
  • 9 Hole Mini Golf
  • BMX Bike Track
  • Cricket Pitch
  • Nature Play Area
  • Peddle Cars and Bikes For Hire
  • Modern & Large Camp Kitchen
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Fish Cleaning Area
  • Dump Point for Chemical Toilets
mini golf with views of a lake
Mini Golf
camp games room with table tennis pool table and air hockey
Games Room

RAC Busselton Holiday Park Map

An Honest RAC Busselton Holiday Park Review & Photos 2022

Our Thoughts on RAC Busselton Holiday Park

  • Location – close to Busselton, the beach but surrounded by nature.
  • Price – the campsites provide great value for money.
  • Cleanliness – the camp is kept very clean including the camp kitchen, amenities blocks, BBQs and outside areas.
  • Facilities – as you can tell there is a lot to do here for children and they have additional attractions during school holidays like camel rides (at an additional cost) and movie nights. It is extremely kid friendly.
  • Eco-Friendly – they have been Eco-Certified by Eco Tourism Australia for many initiatives including a composting program, installation of 66 solar panels which have reduced their emissions by around 53 tonnes per year, planted over 160 native trees and have a possum protection program to protect the endangered ring tail possum.
  • Size – Sites are spread out so even in peak season you don’t feel like you are crammed in. They are approximately 10m x 10m in size.
  • Noise – They have a noise restriction policy from 10 pm to 8 am.
  • Kiosk – The kiosk is handy to buy your ice or exchange your gas bottle.

If you are looking for a family holiday that has plenty for the kids to do, then this is the place for you.

camp kitchen with fridge microwave sinks hotplate and table and chairs
The big Camp Kitchen

RAC Busselton Holiday Park Contact Details

You can find RAC Busselton Holiday Park at: 97 Caves Road, Abbey, Busselton Western Australia 6280

Free Call: 1800 871 570

Telephone: +61 8 9755 4241

Reception Hours are 8am – 6pm, 7 days a week.

An Honest RAC Busselton Holiday Park Review & Photos 2022


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  1. This looks like a nice way to experience camping. When I was younger we would rough it out, but now I like to be somewhat protected from the elements and wildlife. Looks like a nice balance here, with amenities too 🙂

    1. I like the idea of camping, just not the reality of it haha

  2. I’m not really a camper so I think this would suit me nicely. A good mix of a camping holiday with a few facilities and amenities that mean it’s not too uncomfortable haha.

    1. Exactly Jason! I’m the same.

  3. Sounds like a great place for families and kids. I love the idea of having your own locked bathroom. I’m not into camping at all but I think I could do it under those conditions!

    1. That’s why I like it there 🙂

  4. RAC Busselton Caravan Park looks like a very nice spot to enjoy the outdoors. I think the ensuite sites would be perfect to combine the fun of camping with the convenience of more traditional housing.

    1. Thank you John, we enjoy camping here

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