Lancelin Holiday Park

This has to be one of the best weekend getaways for families. Just an hour and a half drive from Perth, Lancelin Holiday Park has got it all. 

The holiday park’s eight modern cabins are well-appointed with everything you need for your stay. There are large flat screen TVs in the lounge and main bedroom, with a huge corner sofa (no sweaty pleather in sight!) to fit the whole family, along with reverse cycle air conditioning.

Lancelin Holiday Park

The two-bedroom cabins include a king-size bed in the main bedroom with enough space to fit a portacot. The second bedroom has three single beds, with a sixth bed available on request. As a self-confessed bed snob, I can confirm the mattress, linen and pillows are all very clean and comfy!

Lancelin Holiday Park

Extra features like free Wi-Fi, a music system and Lavazza coffee maker (with complimentary capsules) made it feel like a home from home.


An absolute standout feature of the cabins is their position right opposite the holiday park’s giant jumping pillow, playground and lawns.

Lancelin Holiday Park

It meant us parents could relax on the balcony while watching the kids happily play all afternoon.

Lancelin Holiday Park

The cabins are also a short walk to the massive indoor heated pool and spa, perfect for keeping the kids entertained in any weather.

Lancelin Holiday Park

Lancelin Holiday Park

We loved the recent addition of the On Point Coffee van, right next to the cabins, which serves proper coffee and jaffles (that’s an Australian closed toasted sandwich) from 6.30am. Special mention goes to the Nutella and marshmallow jaffle which was a huge hit with the kids.

Lancelin Holiday Park

The holiday park’s brilliant location right on the coast means you can be on the beach (with coffee in hand) within minutes for fishing, swimming or a wander along this beautiful stretch of coastline.

Lancelin Holiday Park

Lancelin Holiday Park

You can also follow the beach path for an easy walk to the Hole in the Van. We spent a morning lazing on bean bags, trying out for their delicious icy poles, smoothies, milkshakes, coffees and treats.

Hole in the Van, Lancelin

The holiday park has such a relaxed atmosphere and shared paths making it easy for kids to explore the site on bikes, trikes or scooters.

An activity room with a ping pong table, games, TV with a Nintendo console, plus a chalkboard provides some indoor fun for kids. Our kids also loved the holiday activities, like slime making, guided by the staff.

While furry friends are welcome to come on holiday within the campsite (on application), Lancelin Holiday Park has a no pets policy for the cabins.

While in Lancelin, why not try out sandboarding Lancelin’s famous white dunes or grab lunch and an afternoon drink overlooking the ocean at Endeavour Tavern’s huge beer garden. You can also drop a line or squid jig off the jetty taking in the beautiful Lancelin sunset. 

The Endeavour Tavern

We had such a fun and relaxing stay at Lancelin Holiday Park. It’s definitely a favourite with both kids and adults!


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About Nicole Hill

Nicole moved to Perth in 2015 with a two-year-old and husband in tow and has made it her mission to enjoy Perth’s sun, sea and sights at every possible moment. She can be found running around after her three kids and two dogs, while also teaching baby and toddler swim classes.

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