Fonty'S Pool, Chalets & Caravan Park

Address: 699, Manjimup, Western Australia, 6258, Australia | Campground
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This campground is located on 699, Manjimup.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsFonty'S Pool, Chalets & Caravan Park Manjimup

      Reviewed by mawstrip


      Reviewed Nov 9, 2012
      by (12 reviews) Sydney Metropolitan Area , Australia Flag of Australia

      Not enough amenities, or powered sites. Manager not very warming.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      TripAdvisor Reviews Fonty'S Pool, Chalets & Caravan Park Manjimup

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

      Travel Blogs from Manjimup

      Farewell Manjimup

      A travel blog entry by barbrob on Sep 28, 2014

      9 photos

      ... as lots of wild flowers. After setting up camp we went for a drive through town and to Sandy Beach before dinner. Very pretty town and very peaceful. The van park was very boggy due to the rain and was very cold and windy. Young families were spending the long weekend and were struggling with the wet and wind but seemed to be having fun anyway. It was my turn to cook dinner and I lit up the oven and poof, up went the placemat that ...

      Manjimup in the rain

      A travel blog entry by barbrob on Sep 27, 2014

      ... Lavender and Blueberry restaurant today for afternoon tea. They make the best blueberry pancakes and Lavender scones. One blueberry pancake feeds 2 people. Must be humongous. Going out in the rain for this is definitely worthwhile. Watched the game and unfortunately Swans lost. By the time festivities were over we decided to forgo the pancakes, too full of dip, bikkies and sausages! No photos today. Tomorrow ...


      A travel blog entry by ronkayaroundoz on Jan 06, 2014

      25 photos

      ... her visa and she had been working on a station up north. She said that some of the wives of station owners in the area she worked, were affected by isolation and they end up living in the major towns on the coast. I read the Biography of Patsy Durack who had stations in the Kimberleys in the late 1800's and in it they mentioned that back then white women should ...

      The Capsicum Bandits - Part II

      A travel blog entry by gflacke on Dec 29, 2013

      24 photos

      ... didn’t have time to stop as the last sundowner of 2013 was awaiting us at Two People’s Bay Nature Reserve. Kangaroo witching hour was upon us again, and this time everything came together perfectly – there were no biting ants, Tanya was able to maintain enough composure to operate her camera, the late afternoon light was perfect, and the kangaroos were close enough to the road to get decent pictures. Seeing several live kangaroos made up for all the dead bandicoots ...

      Center of timber industry

      A travel blog entry by peterjann on Oct 09, 2013

      19 photos

      Leaving Gracetown for Pemberton today but before we left we had to go to the MR Chocolate Factory which of course is chock a block full of all sorts of chocolate some of which is free to sample. Naturally we had to buy a few bars before we left and headed to the silk worm farm where they have developed a business growing their own mulberry trees to feed and breed silk worms.
      Once they have formed a cocoon the moth is put to sleep ...