Beechworth Lake Sambell Caravan Park - Beechworth VIC
Beechworth Lake Sambell Caravan Park
is located on the banks of Lake Sambell in Peach Drive, Beechworth and is only minutes away from the centre of Historic Beechworth in North East Victoria. Resident owners Roger and Sue Humphris took over the park in July 2006 and have been working hard to make improvements to the facilities and grounds. The park is pet friendly.
Bookings can be made by Telephone: 03 5728-1421; Fax: 03 5728-1421 or Online: Click Submit Booking Enquiry button on the right. Please let the park know that you have seen their photos on Caravan Park Photos. Photos on this page were taken on 29th September 2009.
Photos on this page were supplied by the Caravan Park in August 2008. Photos of the annual Kelly Weekend kindly supplied by our roving reporter Sherallee Schubert in January 2013.
The Caravan Park offers shaded powered sites or un-powered camping, 13 ensuite cabins catering for all budgets and 6 on-site caravans. It boasts a very clean amenities block, laundry, clothes dryer and baby bath, under cover BBQ areas, playground, mini golf, volleyball court, LPG and a well-stocked kiosk. Pets are accepted in guests own accommodation during off-peak times.
The park provides access to many walking trails including the walk to Lake Kerford, the path around Lake Sambell and is only a 15 minute walk to the centre of historic Beechworth. You can also enjoy other recreational activities such as bike riding around town, along the Rail Trail or fishing in the lake.
Built upon the splendour of the early gold-rush days, Beechworth is recognised as Australia's finest historic gold-mining town. Centrally located in North East Victoria, it is a mere 20 minutes travelling time from Victoria's Hume Highway to visit Beechworth's beautiful granite buildings, and wide tree-lined streets, which give character and old world charm to the town.
The town is surrounded by beautiful forests and streams that attract nature lovers from around the world. You can fossick for precious stones or flakes of gold, explore small family owned vineyards, the Beechworth Gorge, Woolshed Falls, scenic drives and national parks. There is a wide variety of eating experiences from a light snack in a stylish café or a pub meal in one of the many hotels. You can enjoy a picnic in the gardens, beside the lake or experience fine dining at its best in an award-winning restaurant. You must also try the daily fresh delicacies of the Beechworth Bakery.
Beechworth is well known for its shopping and speciality shops which are open seven days a week. There are many galleries, antique and gift shops on offer around the busy arts precinct where many local works are displayed.
The country around Beechworth is full of reminders of the gold rush days. Visitors have the opportunity to walk in Ned Kelly's footsteps with daily walking tours available through the historic and cultural precinct. Beechworth is not just a well-preserved old gold town, it's a thriving country town, making it an ideal base from which to explore northeast Victoria.
REGION: > VIC > Northern Victoria > North Eastern > Beechworth
CONTACT AND LOCATION
|Address:|| 20 Peach Drive Beechworth VIC 3747|
|Phone:|| 03 5728 1421|
|Fax:|| 03 5728 1421|
gold coast qld
This is a great park. It really gets back to nature with the trees and the wildlife. It sits right by the lake which used to be the site of goldminers in the 1850s. The lakes waters hide what was well worked grounds dug up by mostly Chinese miners. There is a walking track around the lake which has lots of ducks and other water birds.The park has good clean amenities right in the centre of the park. It also has a camp kitchen and you can hire a fire pit and wood for a cosy camp fire. The staff are so friendly and nothing is too much trouble. Highly recommend this park.
Clarifying our pet policy: We allow small dogs during our off-peak season only and by prior arrangement. No pets are allowed with a cabin or on-site caravan booking.
Gold Coast QLD
Kelly weekend is held every year the first weekend in August to commemorate the trial of Edward Kelly in 1880. The main street is blocked off and the locals dress up in 1880s costume. There is court house re enactments of the trial and other Kelly re enactments but you have to book early if you dont want to miss out. In 2010 was the 30 year anniversary of the making of the Last Outlaw and it was the 130 year anniversary of Neds Death. So the four sets of armour was brought together and put on display at the town Hall, actors from the series came into town and memoribilia from the series was located at a temporary display at the Burke Museum. The Burke museum has permenent Ned items which include the door step that Joe Byrne stepped over when he shot his friend Aaron Sherrit (he is now burried in the Beechworth cemetery along with his brother )It also has a death mask of Ned and an exact replica of Joe Byrnes Armour. While in Beechworth look for the site of the Imperial Hotel where Ned and Wild Write had their famous boxing match and the Woolshed valley is where the police hid in caves to watch over the Byrnes hut while hunting for the gang in 1879. Aaron Sherrits hut was also in the Woolshed valley.
My husband son and I stayed at Lake Sambell Caravan Park 4 years ago at Christmas, it was just another caravan park back then BUT........now, wow!!! It is unbelievable, there are new cabins, a camp kitchen, outside sinks, clean amenities, lovely hosts, fabulous activities for the kids, what more can I say, we are going back in August - we've been booked for months!!!
We just wanted to thank you for the wonderful park facilities that we and our extended family enjoyed last weekend. Without exception everyone in our party commented about the cleanliness of their accommodation and the beautiful and well-kept surrounds of the park.
We are happy to report that all 24 of us made it to Bright in one piece and Brian has since commented that it is the best birthday that he has ever had...and now he has had 60 of them!
Thank you again for your contribution to the celebration (including allowing Pauline and Joanne into our villa to hang some streamers and balloons)...can't wait until we return!
St Ives, NSW
Well located and a v friendly site. Recommended.
Hello Roger and Sue,
I would just like to thank you for the past 2 weeks. We enjoyed our stay ot Beechworth very much - obviously the weather was amazing, but we were also impressed with your running of the caravan park, its neatness and the activities that you provided.
We decided to head home a day early because of the prediction of rain - after such a period of glorious weather, it would have been a pity to get damp canvas on the last evening.
We wish you all the best for the coming year, and we might see you again next Christmas.
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