Wildlife Land Trust / Sanctuaries / WA / Balingup Highview Chalets

Set in the tiny, picturesque town of Balingup, Western Australia, Balingup Highview Chalets is an incredible destination for your next holiday! The beautiful, self-contained chalets overlook spectacular rolling hills and are only a 5-minute walk from local shops and cafes.

Explore the town’s many walking tracks including the famous Bibbulmun Track and Golden Valley Tree Park, or relax at the sanctuary, where you can meet, feed and cuddle with rescued farm animals including cows, sheep, miniature ponies, alpacas and chickens.

For a day trip, take a scenic drive to the Margaret River and Busselton wine regions or explore the vast expanses of state forest, home to a wide range of native species.

Julie and David Hollingsworth are the owners of Balingup Highview Chalets, a property situated in Balingup, approximately 70km southeast of Bunbury, Western Australia. The property is a residence and tourist accommodation as well as a wildlife-friendly sanctuary, and it is Julie and David’s intention to maintain it for these purposes.

Balingup Highview Chalets covers approximately 2 hectares, with vegetation comprised of mixed native bushland, trees and grassland species. The property provides habitat for a wide variety of wildlife including western grey kangaroos (Macropus fuliginosus), possums, bandicoots, lizards and native birds.

Contact the owner

This sanctuary has been listed by Julie and David Hollingsworth who can be contacted by phone on 0411 435 592 or Balinguphighviewchalets@hotmail.com