Looking for a holiday packed with sightseeing, bushwalking, swimming and fishing, or simply to relax on a pristine beach in a tranquil nature setting, Coalmine Beach Holiday Park is the place for you.
We are located within the Walpole-Nornalup National Park, overlooking the calm waters of the Nornalup Inlet. Guests stay close to nature in a variety of Accommodation, including our new luxury glamping tents, fully equipped en-suite chalets, cosy cabins with shared amenities plus powered and unpowered sites. Coalmine Beach Holiday Park is the idyllic location to get away from it all whether it is a one night stay or two weeks of play.
Walpole is the gateway to the Southern Forests and Valleys and the Great Southern regions of Western Australia. We have such a diverse environment to explore from Giant Tingle Trees and soaring Karri Forests to flowing rivers and natural pools, to mountain climbs and nature walks, surrounded by native wildflowers, orchids and wildlife creatures. Visit our Attractions page for more information on surrounding must see sights and attractions including the Walpole Wilderness Area and our Biodiversity hotspots.
Park Awards and Accreditations
- TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence: 2017, 2016
- Voted into the top 12 Parks in WA by the Caravan Industry Association of WA – 2016
- Top Parks Member since 2015
- Caravan Industry Of Western Australia Association Member 2017, 2016
- Bibbulmun Track Walker Friendly Business since 2015
- Munda Biddi Trail Member since 2015
- Australia’s SouthWest Member 2017-2018
- Walpole Visitor Centre Member since 2015
Coalmine Beach Holiday Park has been working with the Parks and Wildlife Service and the SouthWest Nature Guide team to provide our guests and passing Bibbulmun Track Walkers the opportunity to learn about the wide range of plant and animal species in the vicinity of our park. When you download the SouthWest Nature Guide App on your phone or tablet you can walk our 300m section of the Bibbulmun Track right next to our park to scan and discover the local native fauna and flora species. We have currently identified over 30 different species to learn about. From the Peppermint Tree and Western Sheoak to the Native Wattles and Tall Kangaroo Paw. We have also included a tag at either end of the trail which will give you insight into Walpole’s settlement era and the timber milling history. If you would like to check out more information on the Nature Guide App please visit the Facebook page: southwestnatureguide
Walpole’s Annual Events
- Walpole Markets at Pioneer Park: September – April, fresh produce, food stalls, crafts, homemade goods, children entertainment, live music
- Australia Day Celebrations and Markets at Pioneer Park – Friday 26th January 2018
- Walpole’s Sailing Regatta at Coalmine Beach Holiday Park: 2nd – 5th March 2018 Labour Day Long Weekend, spectator vessel available on race day
- Pioneer Cup Golf Tournament at Walpole Country Club – March
- Easter Markets at Pioneer Park – Saturday 3rd March 2018
- ANZAC Day Service: Wednesday 25th April 2018 – Walpole Town Memorial, Pier Street, 11AM Service all welcome
- Whale Watching Season: June – November – Discounts available to coalmine guests, enquire within
- Southern Art and Craft Trail: September – October, Local exhibitions, galleries and studios around the Southern Forests region, guide books available
- Blooming Wild Festival: September – November, Wildflower and Orchid Sensation
- Christmas Eve BBQ Dinner and Santa Visit: 24th December from 5:30pm at Coalmine Beach Holiday Park Rec-Room area, all booked in guests welcome.