BIG4 Perth Midland Tourist Park

Enjoy Spring in Perth

It's spring wild flowering time here and there are plenty of different activities in the local area. BIG4 Perth Midland offers special deals for longer stays for you to take your time and fully explore our great local attractions.
If you are caravanning, stay minimum 3-nights on our standard powered van site and only pay from $33/night. Current BIG4 members receive additional discount.
The deals can be viewed and booked here

Here are some activities and places to visit this spring while you are staying with us:
1. Explore stunning wildflowers blossom in Perth Hills.
- John Forrest National Park
This Park is set at the edge of the Darling Scarp and is less than 10 kilometres from BIG4 Perth Midland Tourist Park. The upland area is dominated by incredible jarrah and marri forest while along Jane Brook one can find flooded gum, swamp peppermint and swamp paperbark. The woodlands and forests have rich understorey of many species, including pimeleas, melaleucas, calothamnus, hakeas, acacias, grevilleas, hibbertias. A common feature of the park is its granite outcrops.

- Kalamunda National Park
This Park is located in the Darling Scarp, about 15-16 kilometres from BIG4 Perth Midland Tourist Park. There are a few trails in the Park but the most famous is the Bibbulmun Track, one of the longest walk trails in the world. Almost 1,000 km trail, it stretches from Kalamunda in the Perth Hills to Albany in WA’s south coast.

The Bibbulmun Track’s northern terminus is located in Kalamunda and passes through a mix of marri, jarrah and wandoo forests and provides a beautiful view of the Darling Scarp. The forests provide an incredible diversity of species. As the trail does not loop, we usually return the same way. The track itself continues towards Mundaring Weir and Lake O’Connor.
2. Visit our beautiful and vibrant capital city Perth
- Kings Park and Botanic Garden
Kings Park is one the top tourist attractions in Perth. It covers more than 400 hectares and has diverse native botanic gardens, open grassy areas, cafes offering nice food and coffee, fantastic views of the Swan and Canning Rivers and Perth CBD.

- Elizabeth Quay
Elizabeth Quay is where Perth City meets the Swan River and is a popular new precinct to visit. There are lots of open spaces and promenades, a range of restaurants and bars, the BHP Billiton Water Park. The Elizabeth Quay Island has a kids playground and bar/cafe with beautiful vistas and is connected to the City by The Elizabeth Quay Bridge.

A range of scenic river cruises are available from Barrack Street Jetty to the Swan Valley, Fremantle and Rottnest Island.
3. Experience a Swan Valley Trail
BIG4 Perth Midland Tourist Park, located at the edge of the beautiful Swan Valley, is the ideal stepping off point to explore the many attractions of the region. Throughout the valley you will find lots of wineries, restaurants and cafes, microbreweries, arts and crafts shops. You will enjoy its beautiful natural bushland and riverside parks.

The best way to explore the Swan Valley is on one of the seven extraordinary themed Trails, including the wine trail, sweet temptations trail, family fun exploring Australian wildlife or getting close to farm animals, a bush tucker experience and so much more to discover. 

If you like cycling, there are four different cycling routes of various lengths that will take you to some of the Swan Valley’s most exciting sights and surrounds.

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