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Stirling Range Retreat

Map

-->Borden – Bluff Knoll entrance to Stirling Range National Park.
-->Stirling Range National Park 90km north of Albany
-->Wilderness camping and cabins..
-->Self-contained chalets, caravan & tent campsites + function centre.
-->Wildflowers, native orchids, birds, mountains, bushwalks.
--> Spring Eco Tours.

Map

Hosts

Address
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Ayleen & Tony Sands
Brian Bilney
Stirling Range Retreat
8639 Chester Pass Road (opposite Bluff Knoll Road)
Amelup WA 6338
Classification
Accredited Eco-Tourism Business (NTAP.)
Australian Tourism Quality Assured.
Tariff $ :
Chalets $175–$185
Motel-Style Family $150–$160
Motel-Style Ensuite $145–$155
Rammed Earth Cabins $135–$145
Tariffs are for 1 or 2 persons.
$25 per extra adult ($20 child)
Higher tariffs are for 15Aug–31Oct + public & school holidays.
Park Cabins $85–$95 ($15 extra person)
Vans $59 (1person) $69 2ppn
Camping
Campsites $16 per adult; $10 per child
Powered Caravan Sites
$34 for 1 or 2 persons;
$16 extra adult; $10 child
Access for
Disabled
Motel style family room with disabled persons shower & toilet.
Sleeps up to 5 persons. $150–$160
Guest Rooms
.Range of air-conditioned cabin, and camping facilities.
Toilet/Shower
Private or 24 hour toilets and hot showers.
Meals
:
Self-catering. Breakfast baskets $12 per person.
Handy food items available.
:
400 km south of Perth; 90km NE of Albany.

Booking / Enquiry

Listed until 31 August 2016.


Stirling Range Retreat Cosy Chalet Stirling Ranges

Western Australia Tourism Award…

  • Previous Qantas Award for Excellence in Sustainable Tourism – finalist.
  • "Highly commendable conservation-based facility"
  • "Strengths in interpretation, education and conservation" – judges' written comments.

Escape to the Mountains

Bluff Knoll's rugged summit dominates the view from the Stirling Range Retreat. Here you can enjoy breathtaking scenery, fresh mountain air and wonderful bush walks.

The Retreat shares a boundary with National Heritage-listed Stirling Range National Park. The mountains in this beautiful national park are rich in exquisite wildflowers during spring but walkers will discover flowering plants at any time of the year. There are 87 species in the Stirling Range that are not found anywhere else.

Scenic drives and day trips can be made to Albany, Porongurup National Park, Wave Rock, Bremer Bay and other beautiful locations.

Peace and quiet abound. This is just the place to experience the magic of a night sky filled with a million stars. In winter, toast marshmallows on the brazier. In summer, enjoy a dip in the pool… and, if you rise early, you can watch the sunrise from the mountain tops!

We assist with weather forecasts and walking information. Bird lists and sketch maps available; wildflower + mountain walking guidebooks for sale. Internet available in office ($2 per 15 minutes).


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