There are many options for accommodation in WA.
Please plan your accommodation well in advance so that you can get the best deal. Consider our DriveWA.com memberships, as they can save you a lot of money on accommodation.
For one night transit stays, we recommend Best Western motels. They are clean, well maintained, and relatively inexpensive - particularly if you are a DriveWA.com member.
Best Western has a strict quality assurance scheme. DriveWA personally know most of the people who run them.
Best Western have developed a world wide accommodation debit card which is an ideal gift for someone going on a DriveWA escape; and a fabulous safe way of carrying credit, because only you can use it.The units you buy to put on the card can be utilised anywhere in Australia as well as in most countries in the world. Why not get your friends and family to give you accommodation credit units for your birthday; Xmas; or as a going away present; and use them all over WA?!
We know a lot of campers want a hot shower, clean room, flushing toilet, restaurant, and a real bed every now and then. Motels are ideal and the DriveWA membership card makes them affordable. Please follow the Motels link for more information.
For family or commercial stays where: you may be there for more than one night; you prefer to do your own cooking and washing; you need a little more space - we recommend serviced apartments and in particular the Quest Apartments Group. Once again, our DriveWA.com members will get great deals! Follow the links to the Serviced Apartments section of the site for more information.
Station Stays, Camping, Caravan Parks and Resorts.
We believe that everyone who visits WA should spend at least one night camping; one night at a good station stay; and one night in a fabulous WA Resort.
Campfire Escapes - learning to 4WD and have great fun.
If you are interested in learning to 4WD and would like to experience camping, we recommend Campfire Escapes, run by Ray Harris. Our DriveWA.com members will get a great deal and will be well looked after.
Welcome to Geographe Guest House in Busselton, situated 2 streets from the shores of glorious Geographe Bay, Western Australia, offering elegant Bed and Breakfast accommodation with a "Hint of Home". Your hosts Richard and Helen Pennington extend to you a warm and friendly welcome to the South West. more
Intimate guesthouse in the heart of the Margaret River wine region. Colonial style charm, with antiques and English cottage gardens, but modern with ensuites to all rooms. more
Just 6 kilometres from Manjimup in one of the prettiest parts of the South West, the Historic Dingup House. Dingup House started as a 3 room cottage in 1870, and by 1880 became a 17 room family homestead, in recent times the homestead has been lovingly restored to its former glory with 7 romantic and charming rooms for B&B, all with genuine antique furniture and quality linen. There is a large lounge, parlour and dining rooms for guests use. more
An interesting trail, with 52 historical sites identified and a brief description on the plaques along the way. Open daily and free to all. more
Enjoy a day out with Cheers Wine and Scenic Tour's. more
The Mount Barker Visitor Centre occupies the renovated railway building and like the rest of the town, offers spectacular views to the Porongurup Range National Park and the Stirling Ranges. more
Go and visit the Tuart Forest National Park to explore its birdlife and other wildlife. more
Mission statement: Date of incorporation: 20th June 1989 Yarloop Workshops Incorporated is a passionate 30 year old, not for profit, organisation with donation tax deductibility established to manage this unique Heritage Listed property. It was formed originally by direct descendents of original employees, retired employees and local residents dedicated to establishing the site as “A centre of inspiration showcasing the pioneering endeavours of cutting edge timber industry technologies between 1898 and 1976” with financial independence. more