Walpole WA Accommodation Guide

Walpole, Western Australia provides a full range of great value accommodation in unique and fabulous locations for individuals, couples, families or groups.

Self Contained Accommodation in Walpole, Western Australia

A selection of fully equipped Self Contained Accommodation of all types is available in Walpole, Western Australia. Plenty of great homes and friendly accommodation providers to choose from. View all Self Contained Accommodation in Walpole, Western Australia.

Group Accommodation in Walpole, Western Australia

If you are travelling with a large family or group, Walpole, Western Australia has accommodation specifically catering for small or large groups. View all Group Accommodation in Walpole, Western Australia.

Retreat Accommodation in Walpole, Western Australia

Gorgeous retreat venues along the south coast in Walpole, WA. View all Retreat Accommodation in Walpole, Western Australia.

Farm Stay Accommodation in Walpole, Western Australia

Farm Stays give you that that close to nature experience where you relax in a rural sanctuary and can also meet the animals, which is fun for all the family. Peace and harmony with nature - a perfect get-away. View all Farm Stay Accommodation in Walpole, Western Australia.

Attractions in Walpole, Western Australia!

Walpole-Nornalup National Park Walpole-Nornalup National Park
Expansive covering over twenty thousand hectares of the Walpole Wilderness Area. Visit Walpole-Nornalup National Park
Walpole Town Walpole Town
At the northern edge of the Walpole Inlet, Walpole is one of the few towns on the path of the Bibbulmun Track. Visit Walpole Town
Circular Pool Circular Pool
Family friendly swirling pools. Access via steps or a gentle paved pathway. Viewing platforms close to carpark. Visit Circular Pool
Conspicuous Cliff Conspicuous Cliff
Standing high above the surrounding heathland, the Cliff-top lookout gives fantastic views of the beach and river flowing into the sea. Visit Conspicuous Cliff
Fernhook Falls Fernhook Falls
Located along the Deep River Fernhook Falls is a popular swimming and picnic spot in summer, and during winter is a truly magnificent sight! Visit Fernhook Falls
Giant Tingle Tree Giant Tingle Tree
This Giant Tingle Tree is special because it the oldest living eucalypt in the world. It is an 800 metre walk from the car park to the Giant Tingle and back. Visit Giant Tingle Tree
Hilltop Lookout Hilltop Lookout
On Hilltop Road, east of Walpole. Overlooking the Nornalup Inlet and Frankland River. Rocky Head and Saddle Island can be seen in the distance. Visit Hilltop Lookout
Irwin Inlet Irwin Inlet
Irwin Inlet carves the sandbars at Peaceful Bay due to the swift flow into the Southern Ocean. Visit Irwin Inlet
Knoll Scenic Drive Knoll Scenic Drive
A five kilometre circular drive on the peninsula between the Walpole and Nornalup Inlets. A distinctly well-kept rest area with picnic tables & toilets. Visit Knoll Scenic Drive
Nornalup Inlet Nornalup Inlet
The Nornalup Inlet is serene. Fed from the Deep and Frankland Rivers it connects to the Walpole Inlet via a natural deep water channel. Visit Nornalup Inlet
Sappers Bridge Sappers Bridge
Re-built October 1982 for the National Parks Authority by 22nd Construction Squadron RAE following flood damage January 1982. Visit Sappers Bridge
Walpole Inlet Walpole Inlet
Filled by the Deep & Frankland Rivers, the dark waters of the Walpole Inlet empty into the Nornalup Inlet through the Channels. Visit Walpole Inlet