Mt Trio Bush Camp & Caravan Park

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Location

4850 Salt River Road,
Amelup,
Western Australia,
6338,
AU

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Listing type
Caravan Park
No. of sites
44
Caravans
Yes
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Closest

Independent Amelup

10.12 km

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