When it comes to farmstay near Perth, many people’s top choice will be nearby Margaret River. There are beautiful caves, amazing hiking tracks, large scale winery and gorgeous beaches around the region… Who wouldn’t want to stay there? You can never finish exploring the region in just 1 day, that’s why most people opt for Margaret river farmstay to truly take into the beauty. But there are so many Margaret River farmstays, exactly which one to choose?
Margaret River Farmstay – Where to stay?
During my trip with my family, we stayed at BIG4 Taunton Farm Holiday Park for 2 nights. Situated 15km north of Margaret River, the farmstay acts as a central point to many attractions. I also have a webpage dedicated to the Best Australia Travel Guide, head there if you are exploring different parts of Australia during your holiday!
In my opinion, the farmstay is perfect for families with kids. There’s a kid’s playground and a giant bouncing pillow for children to play with. Of course, as an adult, I played as well as I’m still a kid at heart. ;P
The farmstay also organises animal feeding during the evening time. Make sure you get back early to have a real close interaction with the cuties.
Check out my v-log to see the cute animals up close!
Although situated in the wild, the simple cabins are very clean and well maintained. If you want to save money, make use of the fully equipped kitchen to prepare your own dinner! There’s a giant supermarket just 10 mins drive away.
If you are coming with your own caravan, the farmstay also has a lot of space for you to stop overnight. Common shower, toilet and laundry facilities are also available, making it perfect for camping!
Margaret River Farmstay – the Verdict
In conclusion, BIG4 Taunton Farm Holiday Park provides a wonderful location to explore around the Margaret River region. The accommodation is clean, comfortable and reasonably priced. If you are coming to the region, don’t forget to check it out. 😊
Apart from this farmstay, we also traveled to Lavendale Perth Farmstay for 2 more nights. Situated just 1.5 hour drive from Perth, Lavendale provides an amazing experience to interact and learn more about the farm animals.
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