Tasman Holiday Park Serpentine Accommodation Review 2022

Tasman Holiday Park Serpentine (previously Serpentine Falls Tourist Village) is within walking distance of Serpentine Falls and offers visitors to the area, budget accommodation.

We have stayed at this caravan park twice, both times in one of their cabins.

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Location of Tasman Holiday Park Serpentine

Tasman Holiday Park is in the Darling Range, 50 minutes from Perth city, and walking distance to Serpentine Falls.

cream cabin in tasman holiday park serpentine with wooden decking
Deluxe two-bedroom cabin

Facilities at Tasman Holiday Park Serpentine

Facilities at Tasman Holiday Park include:

  • Campfires June 1 to September 30 (fire bans permitting)
  • Camp Kitchen
  • BBQS
  • Solar-heated outdoor swimming pool
  • Amenities Block
  • Laundry
outdoor blue swimming pool with blue shade sail over it and brick paving around it
Tasman Holiday Park Serpentine Outdoor Pool

Accommodation at Tasman Holiday Park Serpentine

Tasman Holiday Park have a range of accommodation options to suit most budgets – Standard cabin (studio), basic ensuite (studio), deluxe cabin (2-bedroom), super deluxe cabin (1-bedroom), one-bedroom holiday home, and two-bedroom holiday home.

This review is based on the Deluxe two-bedroom cabin – Bedroom one with a double bed and Bedroom two with a bunk bed.

a double bed in a small bedroom in a cabin with white cover and red pillow and blanket
Bedroom one

The cabin has a kitchenette with microwave, small fridge, and stove top (no oven), sofa, TV, dining table and chairs. A reverse-cycle air conditioner in the main room keeps the cabin cool on hot days and warm in the cold mornings. The separate bathroom has a shower, toilet, and basin.

a small kitchen and blue table and chairs and wooden floor in a cabin

Outside there are chairs under a covered verandah which is lovely to sit out with a cup of coffee.

The caravan park supplies linen for the double bed, but they charge for the bunk-bed ($25 for one and $40 for both mattresses). We take sleeping bags, pillows, and a sheet with us.

The cabins are clean and comfortable and the holiday park is quiet and well-maintained. The wind can be very strong here, not too bad for cabins, but can be an issue for those camping in tents.

This is a quiet park, so don’t expect lots of things to keep kids entertained. There aren’t any playgrounds, BMX tracks, bouncing pillows etc, but this is the appeal for a lot of visitors.

bunk beds in small cabin bedroom with white pillows and sheets
Bunk Beds in Bedroom Two

Tasman Holiday Park Serpentine Map

See a copy of the Tasman Holiday Park Serpentine map here.

Tasman Holiday Park Serpentine Prices

We use Booking.com for most accommodation bookings as they offer free cancellation on most rooms, have a loyalty program (Genius), a price match guarantee, the site is user-friendly and they have great customer support. We also book through Stayz for private accommodation as they are often cheaper than Airbnb.

These are the following prices for a family of four for a weekend (2 nights) in June:

  • Direct A$478
  • Booking.com A$438 (with free cancellation)
  • Agoda A$438 (with free cancellation)

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