We are Les and Julie, the current caretakers for the village. We have years of remote WA caretaking experience and plenty of inspiring stories. We’re authorised wildlife carers so if you find an injured joey or wildlife on your travels getting here please bring it in to the front office where it can be rescued in cooperation with DBCA. If you have any special needs, we will be happy to facilitate for you.
INFORMATION AND BOOKINGS:
Note Landline down 30 Dec : please email or sms mobile:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org– Include your name/group; mobile phone #; number of guests; and preferred dates.
The office is open 8.30am to 5pm but may not be attended the entire time.
If you get no answer, please leave a message – Be sure to speak slowly and leave a clear return number, as the phone in the bush is crackly.
NOTE: Due to the remoteness of the village, landline phone outages may happen. In this case please call or SMS the mobile number 0467950380.
Deposit: A non-refundable deposit of one day, or 50%, is required to hold your spot. The balance is payable on arrival.
Cancellation: You can cancel or change your bookings up to 21 days before. Your deposit will go to a booking credit to use for a year or to give to a friend.
Please see the accommodation page for pricing. Note: Single day bookings will incur a $30 surcharge.
Check in is from 2pm. You’re welcome to come early for bbq lunch at the play ground and picnic area. Early check-ins are possible if approved ahead of time.
Check out by 10 am. This gives us time to do a Covid clean before the next guests.
If you need a early check in or later check out, then please ask, it may be possible.
Guests are required to clean the cottage on departure. This includes sweeping, wiping surfaces, mopping the floor, washing and putting away the dishes, clearing the fireplace if you use it, and emptying inside bins to outside bins. Failure to do so will result in a $30 minimum cleaning fee.
BYO linen, pillows, towels, toiletries, food, bottled drinking water (the tap water is potable, but you will need to take bottled water if walking along the trails or going for a long drive).
Interstate/International visitors can hire linen– please enquire upon booking.
NO Pets or Drones allowed.
Parking: Free Parking in designated “Signed Bays” along the main gravel track.
The inner track is for staff/service vehicles, and a safe zone for kids to ride their bikes.
SCHOOL GROUPS: We have a Covid Plan; Evac Plan; Fire Hydrants; Fire Detectors; Fire Blankets; Cert of Currency; WWC; and can send this to your email upon request.
NOTE: Free Telstra Mobile Phone 3G service booster 10m North of Office is now working for basic mobile calls and text.
Google directions are wrong. Please enter the Park via Tomingley Road from either Wandering-Narrogin Road OR York-Williams Road, as shown in these pictures.