Caravan Park fees and contacts - Calingiri and Bolgart

The Fees and Charges adopted by Council for both caravan parks are as follows -

Prices including GST

Sites Daily Weekly
Powered (2 people) $ 33.50 $ 154.00
 - each additional person $ 10.50 $  33.50
Unpowered (2 people) $ 18.00 $  60.50
 - each additional person $ 7.50 $  25.00

Arrivals and Bookings -

Business and After Hours - Shire Office 08 9628 7004

The Bolgart Caravan Park has got a RV Dump-Ezy Point for visitors who stay at the Caravan Park to use.

Local Towns


Claims the first settled farm in the district and features the historic Bolgart Hotel built in 1916 and the Bolgart Bell Tower. The Bolgart Caravan Park has a RV Dump-Ezy point, green lawns and shady trees to enjoy. There is a new park with BBQ facilities, a tourist information bay south of the town and a lovely mural at the primary school.

Boshack Outback - Bolgart South

This secluded property is 1 1/2 hrs from Perth. This family run enterprise has an "Outback Oasis" environment covering 350 acres of pristine bushland with a large fresh water lake fed by natural springs and a pioneers waterhole still in place. Here you can experience the special flora and fauna of the Western Australian wilderness in its natural state.

Bolgart Contact Details
Phone 0408 005 628


Is the administrative centre of the Shire. It is home to the Shire Office, public library, sportsground, and cemetery. A tourist information bay is located on the main street, or further information and local brochures are available from the Shire Office during opening hours.

During wildflower season join Sarah from Carrah Wildflower Walks on a guided tour through good quality wandoo and marri woodlands, followed by either high tea at their strawbale home or billy tea around the campfire. For more details or bookings contact 0459 212 780.


Originally the Monastery bred horses in this area for sale to India. Later owned by the Midland Railway Company. Yerecoin is a thriving little town with a their popular 'Yerecoin Traders' and a great community spirit.

Yerecoin Wayside Rest Area 

A payment of $25 per night for the use of the site would be appreciated as funds go towards the costs of cleaning, electricity and water charges. Payment by cash can be left in an envelope at the local shop (Yerecoin Traders) or out of hours in the post box marked "Local Letters" at the shop (Yerecoin Traders).  Any cheques should be made out to the Yerecoin Progress Association.

If you have any queries regarding the Wayside Rest Area please contact via email or phone 0428546062.

Yerecoin Facilities for Travellers and Tourists

Public toilets are located at the Wayside Rest Area.

Yerecoin Traders provide groceries, hardware and postal services. They have also opened a small café area and are fast become renown for their big breakfasts and awesome hamburgers.  Open Monday to Friday 7.00am to 5.00pm and Saturday 8.00am to 12 noon.


Wildflowers abound in this quaint little town. The huge grain storage facilities have a capacity for about 110,000 tonnes.


Mogumber is a popular stop for travellers. Camping is available at the Mogumber Oval & Reserve, where toilets and BBQ facilities are maintained by volunteers from the Mogumber Progress Association. Take a walk during wild flower season or view the historic Mogumber bridge. Caravan Clubs can book extra facilities by contacting the Mogumber Progress Association on 0408 515 037

The Mogumber Hub is located a short walk away, offering food and beverage. The historic licensed venue is owned and operated by the Mogumber Outback Club Inc, a local not-for-profit community group.
Trading 7 days a week.
Mon-Wed 4pm-10pm
Thurs and Fri 4pm-Close

Sat & Sun 12noon to Close

More info via or phone 9651 9044


Mogumber is also famous for the Gilmac Mogumber New Years Eve Rodeo, the district’s largest single day tourist event. Over 3000 people flock to Mogumber on the 31st Dec to watch the cowboys and cowgirls complete in traditional rodeo events. Head to the website for more information


Is located in the west of the Shire and features a beautiful seasonal display of wildflowers.

New Norcia

The Benedictine Community of New Norcia is a world renowned tourist destination being the only monastic township in Australia.

Founded by Spanish Benedictine monk Dom Rosendo Salvado in 1847, the town has 69 Spanish influenced buildings, 27 of which are listed by the Nation Trust because of their significant heritage value.

Tours of the town operate twice daily from the museum. For more information see their website


Wyening mission and winery is located in the south east of the Shire. Now privately owned, the buildings are gradually being restored. Morning Teas and Cooking Schools are regular activities and the annual Wine and Cheese night is held in September each year and is a lovely evening of wine, cheese and music. The Wyening Mission is open to the public by appointment only.

For further information contact Leonie or Ruth Young or visit their Website