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Olive Hill Farm RV Campground

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Helen Leggate, campsite manager, Aircamper since August 2020

This listing has been verified by the campsite manager and was last updated December 2021.


5 Reviews

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Murchison
2 years ago
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Diamando G.
2 years ago
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Guest A.
3 years ago
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Cath c.
3 years ago

Lovely and peaceful just 10 mins drive into Margaret River. Very spacious sites with plenty of room between each one. Spotless long drop loo. Drinking water $2 for 25l. Came for 5 nights. Extended sta... Read more

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Sam B.
3 years ago

Absolutely love it here! Camped right amongst the olive trees. Close to town and plenty of breweries and wineries. The lovely hosts Dave and Eve were wonderfully helpful and lit a campfire for everyon... Read more


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Mark K. 2 years ago
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Location

232 Bramley River Road,
Margaret River,
Western Australia

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Closest

Margaret River Shell

6.05 km

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