Phil Cook reviews BIG4 Pioneer City Tourist Park in Swan Hill Victoria.

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Our roving reporter Phil Cook of Royston Park South Australia reviews BIG4 Pioneer City Tourist Park in Victoria:

“One of the best parks we have stayed in (April 2010). Lush, grassy, generous sites, some with slabs, well manicured grounds and spotlessly clean facilities. Only criticism – individual shower recesses are small. Friendly and efficient reception. For us, a happy and pleasant park.”

Phil Cook reviews Echuca Holiday Park in Echuca Victoria.

Relaxing at Echuca Holiday Park
Relaxing at Echuca Holiday Park

Our roving reporter Phil Cook of Royston Park South Australia reviews Echuca Holiday Park in Victoria:

“This park is in the TTP group. Stayed for 2 nights April 2010. Had stayed here several years earlier and there was no obvious signs of improvements to the park for caravaners since my previous visit. Shower / toilet facilities are tired and in need of maintenance. These facilities also need some attempt made to restrict or control access by hoards of insects overnight. This also was a problem at my last visit. Van sites have little or no grass although some have concrete pads. They need some tidying up. Conversely, cabins appear to be well maintained and some have access to well manicured lawn surrounds. The major attraction of this park is its close proximity to the CBD, river and tourist precinct.”

Phil Cook reviews Boomerang Way Tourist Park in Tocumwal NSW.

Boomerang Way Tourist Park
Boomerang Way Tourist Park

Our roving reporter Phil Cook of Royston Park South Australia reviews Boomerang Way Tourist Park in NSW:

“Stayed for 2 nights (April 2010) in this beautiful, well maintained park which has generous sites. We enjoyed a grassy site. Amenities are spotless and spacious. Park is within walking distance of the CBD. Reception was friendly and helpful at all times. Would definitely stay again.”

Phil Cook reviews Lake Talbot Tourist Park in Narrandera NSW.

Lake Talbot Tourist Park
Lake Talbot Tourist Park

Our roving reporter Phil Cook of Royston Park South Australia reviews Lake Talbot Tourist Park in NSW:

“We stayed overnight in April 2010. This park is some distance from the CBD and is located on a relatively steep hill so it is difficult to find a level site. As a consequence, we had some difficulty in leveling our 23 ft van. However, it was a pleasant enough stay, the facilities and grounds were well maintained, and we had a concrete slab which was handy as we experienced heavy rain during the night. The park is adjacent to what appears to be a man made lake and a water fun park / pool complex.”