Can you live in a caravan on your own land in Western Australia?

Camping on private land The WA caravan parks and camping grounds legislation specifies the length of time a person can camp on land which they own or are legally permitted to camp on. The legislation states a person may camp for no longer than three consecutive days in any 28-day period.

Where can I camp for free in Torquay?

Free Camping from Torquay to Anglesea

  • Major caravan parks in the region are:
  • Torquay Campgrounds: Torquay Holiday Park, Torquay Foreshore Caravan Park and Jan Juc Holiday Park.

How far is Torquay Holiday Park to the beach?

Explore Torquay Holiday Park And when it comes to caravan parks in Torquay, they don’t get better than Torquay Holiday Park, just 15 minutes’ drive from the waterfront.

Can I buy land and put a caravan on it?

You can place the caravan on the land as long as it is incidental to the use of the land. It needs to be pointed out that it is not the actual caravan that changes the use of the land, rather what the caravan is used for. If it is used to store supplies used for the land, there should be no issues.

Can you live permanently in a park home?

Once a park home is sited, it’s then connected to mains services such as drainage, electricity, and sometimes gas. Modern park homes are built in line with the British Standard BS3632, so they’re suitable to be used as a permanent residence.

Can you camp at Point Impossible?

Our free-camping spot provided us with uninterrupted, Neddy-friendly beach views. The only drawback with this little spot was the toilet paper littering the area. Each day dawned with enough paper to fill shopping bag.

Can you live permanently in a holiday park?

Can you live in a holiday home on a park all year/permanently? No, you can’t live on a holiday park permanently. You must have a main address as your permanent residence, which your holiday home cannot be. Strictly speaking, your holiday home should be for recreational and holiday purposes.