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Kui's Ayr Sailean Chalets, Camping and Cottages allows guests to kick back WA country-style

March 25, 2015
Kui's Ayr Sailean Chalets, Camping and Cottages allows guests to kick back WA country-style

Ayr Sailean Chalets, Camping and Cottages is located between the Bow Bridge and Kent River on Hwy 1, midway between Denmark (35km) and Walpole (30km), in the heart of the Walpole Wilderness in Western Australia.

It is backed by State Forest, National Parks and just 15 minutes from the Tree Top Walk and Valley of the Giants, and Peaceful Bay.

GSA agrees. The Valley of the Giants is well named. The Tingle trees are massive and they are only in the area around the Tree Top Walk. The walk gets up to 40m in the top of the trees. Down on the ground is the Ancient Empire Walk which winds around and sometimes through giant trees. Some of the trees seem to have weird faces, like something from a fairy tale. GSA took pictures of one which seemed to be trying to talk.

The tree is watching Valley of the Giants, WA.
The tree is watching Valley of the Giants, WA.

Only 3km east of Walpole there is a tingle tree which is thought to be more than 450 years old.

It is the fattest eucalypt tree in the world as it has a big stomach which measures 24m around the trunk.

The accommodation options at Ayr Sailean Chalets, Camping and Cottages include Chalets, Cabins and Camping sites overlooking the South Coast Wilderness to the Irwin Inlet or tranquil rural views. Linen is provided in all accommodation.

Pets are welcome in all accommodation (but not on carpets), and on sites. Fee applies. The pet stay daily rates ranges from $5 to $25.

In the Off-season self-contained camping is $11 a day.

Ayr Sailean camping.
Ayr Sailean camping.

The unpowered campsite rate range is $22 to $35. Powered sites are $27.50 to $44. Cabins range from $60 to $110 a day.

Disabled Facilities are available, please contact park directly for exact facilities available

Studio Spa Chalets:

These chalets have been designed especially with country luxury in mind, and of enjoyment of the view and their setting in amongst granite boulders and native bush in a quiet rural aspect on the farm. They provide a quiet haven where guests can get away from it all and enjoy the special treats included.

The bathroom has been designed to cater for the disabled, with large double doors to the toilet and open plan shower.

Most wheelchair users are also able to use the spa.

Wool Cottage:

Wool Cottage is the original homestead of the working farm having been built in the 1930s but it is fully renovated to include a new bathroom and kitchen. The three bedrooms can sleep up to a maximum of nine people. A short walk from here takes guests to the main paddocks of the farm where sheep and alpacas can be seen, and in the evenings and early mornings many kangaroos can be seen grazing as well. Occasionally the emu flock also joins in.

Ayr Sailean Cabins.
Ayr Sailean Cabins.

Cabins:

These single room units adjacent to the Ayr Sailean Camping Ground are ideal for couples or small families who want that camping experience without the tent. Equipped with a double and two single beds, fridge and table and chairs, these units are a great alternative for those on a budget. Units have all linen and towelling included.

Camping Ground:

Located between granite rocks and native bush in a sheltered location on the working farm, the park offers 26 powered sites and 10 unpowered sites with a large Camp Kitchen and Ablution Block. All powered sites have been levelled and grassed. This is the ideal spot to get off the beaten track and relax in tranquil surroundings.

Ayr Sailean Chalets, Camping and Cottages offers:

Large Camp Kitchen.

Spotless Ablution Block with Disabled facilities.

Guest laundry with free washer and dryer for guests.

Dump point.

Level, grassed sites.

Craft classes available.

All size camps from Tents to Large Rigs welcome.

Working farm.

Entrance just 100 metres off Hwy 1 on Tindale Rd, Bow Bridge.

Quiet secluded campground with rural views.

Denmark, Walpole and nearby attractions and things to see and do  include:

Tree-mendous WA
Tree-mendous WA

Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk

Denmark Walpole Wilderness forests and ocean coastline scenic tours

Naturally Walpole Tours

The Bead Gallery, Denmark

Going Wild Bushcraft & Survival Workshops

Denmark Dinosaur World

Jassi Leatherworks

Pentland Alpaca and Wildlife Park

Craft classes are available from the resident teacher at Ayr Sailean

Some farm activities occur from time to time and you are welcome to watch or join in

Swarbrick Art Loop, Potteries, Art Galleries, Sculptures

Relax at the beach or on a river with or without a fishing rod, or explore by canoe

Hiking on the Bibbulmun Track or up Mt Mehniup or Mt Frankland

Tempt the Pallet - Wineries, Chocolate, Mead & Honey Ice-cream, Cider & Toffee, Cheeses, etc.

Numerous cafes and restaurants

Another Kui Parks Chain Member. www.KuiParks.com.au

Sky high treetop walk near  Denmark, WA.
Sky high treetop walk near Denmark, WA.
Lisa and Kitty on GSA visit to Valley of the Giants.
Lisa and Kitty on GSA visit to Valley of the Giants.