New sites, bigger borders: Council approves concept for Boddington Caravan Park expansion

Boddington Caravan Park is set to expand, with the Shire of Boddington endorsing a concept plan to boost tourism within the Peel Region, WA.

The proposed boundaries accommodates six proposed chalets on an adjacent block, freeing designers to increase caravan site numbers up to 50 without impacting the campground’s inherent charm.

The new design also provides easy access for caravans measuring up to 7 metres on most campsites and offers the capacity to accommodate vans measuring up to 10 metres as well.

All guests will enjoy easier access to the Hotham River foreshore, better traffic flow and visitor parking for accommodating guests or a second car.

The Concept Plan, developed by experienced caravan park designers, outlines the planned enhancements to the Park. Concept drawings unveil proposed modifications to existing amenities, with large aluminium doors.

The Boddington Caravan Park located on the banks of the Hotham River overlooks the recently opened Hotham Park. The park provides a unique opportunity to stay within the newly refurbished Police Barracks, below.