Archive for the ‘Caravan Park Reviews’ Category
Our roving reporter Adam Bradley of Gold Coast Queensland reviews Causeway Caravan Park in Queensland.
“We stayed here for 3 nights in an onsuite cabin. The shower was tinny. Ants were in the cabin in the first 2hrs after we checked in. The couch was dirty and made us all very itchy when we sat on it. When we checked out they didn’t ask how our stay was, they just said thanks and bye. Was not impressed and won’t be staying there again.”
Our roving reporter Adam Bradley of Gold Coast Queensland reviews Wallace Caravan Park in Queensland.
“Stayed in a Motel room for the 1 night. It was a nice and tidy room. We were given plenty of helpful information bout the area. Will be staying there again on my next visit to that region.”
Our roving reporter Kirk Gibbons of Yankalilla South Australia reviews Port Neill Caravan Park in South Australia.
“We travelled to Port Lincoln from Cape Jervis. towing a caravan. After a late start,(following the Kangaroo Island ferry traffic) we found Port Neill Caravan park to be the perfect overnight stay without risking traveling in the dark to Port Lincoln. (It took us 8 hrs of driving, 6.5 hrs from Adelaide) The place was very neat, clean & tidy, Des & his wife were wonderful (current caretakers). Just off the main drag in a very tidy, rustic town. we went for an evening stroll allong the beach. The next day we had a little bit of a tour around before heading off. The toilets were spotless, the facilities were very well kept, we enjoyed our walks allong the beach at night and in the morning. it was a relaxing break after a slow, long, hot drive.
Well done Des and Port Neill Caravan Park. - keep up the good work. see you next time.”
Our roving reporter Bev Mclean of Howard springs Northern Territory reviews BIG4 Shepparton East Holiday Park in Victoria:
“After staying 2 weeks at this park I found the owners Kaye and Kym to be very friendly and helpful. The staff were also very nice every morning they would take time to say hello and and ask what plans we had for the day. The grounds were always kept clean, and the rooms were so very clean. I wouldnt have a problem in going back there to stay. Good on you everyone some other parks should take a leaf out of your book.”
“We stayed for 3 nights in May 2011. This is an average Council owned park and quite suitable for a night or two…unfortunately the park does not appear to be maintained correctly, during our stay the amenities block was quickly cleaned just the one time, the shower curtains should have dumped ages ago, the BBQ was not cleaned at all and was very dirty. The laundry contained a domestic type of dryer that was not working, a shed containing many cleaning chemicals was left in an open, unlocked condition even when the on-site caretaker was absent. Perhaps someone from the Council should drop by this park. On a positive side the sites are spacious, The town, walking distance away, was pretty. $23 per night is ok value.”