Yanakie Caravan Park
Yanakie Caravan Park offers the ideal setting for a family holiday, overlooking the water at Corner Inlet and just 5 minutes drive from the entrance to Wilsons Promontory National Park.
Accommodation consists of a selection of modern cabins. The Couples Cabins have a double bed, sofa bed, private ensuite and included linen. The Standard Cabins are ideal for a family or group of up to 6 on a budget with one double bed, 2 sets of bunks and no ensuite. The top of the range Sea View Cabins sleep up to 5 people with a double bed, a tri-bunk and private ensuite. The Sea View Cottage is a self-contained cabin which sleeps up to 8 people and includes a bathroom, air-conditioning and heating. It has recently been upgraded and has an incredible view overlooking the water - the perfect place to catch the sunrise.
All cabins include a full kitchen, lounge, TV, DVD player, heating, and a front verandah.
There are 110 powered and 8 unpowered sites. A selection of premium powered sites are positioned close to the foreshore with incredible views.
The amenities block consists of toilets, showers and laundry facilities.
Other facilities include a camp kitchen with BBQ, and a childrens playground.
The park kiosk will keep you well stocked up on essential items including food, drinks, ice, gas bottles and fishing gear. For anything extra, the Yanakie General Store is 8 kilometres away and it is open 7 days a week.
Yanakie Caravan Park has absolute coastal frontage, with no roads to cross to access the beach and adjacent boat ramp at Duck Point.
- BBQ facilities
- Laundry facilities
- Dogs allowed - view details
- Wi-Fi internet
Nightly rates from:
Standard cabins - $90 to $113
Couples cabins - $131 to $164
Sea view cabins - $135 to $169
Sea view cottage - $220 to $275
Premium powered sites - $55
Powered sites - $37 to $46
Unpowered sites - $29 to $36
Christmas and January school holidays - 5 nights
Easter and Melbourne Cup long weekend - 4 nights
All other long weekends - 3 nights
Walk 20 metres to the beach
- Across foreshore and directly down to the beach