Stockton Beach Tourist Park - Stockton Newcastle NSW
The Newcastle Stockton Beach Tourist Park is located at 30 Pitt Street, Stockton which is just a short ferry ride to the Newcastle CBD.
Stockton Beach Tourist Park is a leading tourist park in Newcastle. Located along the beautiful sandy shores of Stockton the park has four star facilities to make your stay a comfortable and enjoyable one. Bunk cabins have been installed to cater for a variety of groups including sporting, educational and family. Each room has the capacity to sleep up to 6 people and is conveniently located near the Camp Kitchen and amenities.
The resident managers are Clive and Kim Flynn. Bookings can be made by telephoning the park
and please tell the park that you have seen their photos on Caravan Park Photos. These photos were taken on 28th August 2009. Click here
to see historic photos I took of the park in April, 2004.
Recent photos on this page were kindly supplied by our roving reporter Sherallee Schubert in January 2015.
360 degree view from the Breakwall which is adjacent to the Tourist Paark and accessible from the south-eastern gate.
REGION: > NSW > Hunter Valley > Newcastle > Stockton Newcastle
I am giving this park another review because it has changed a lot since we last stayed here. The park is now Top Tourist park. Fees have gone up since our last visit we payed $42 for a powered site end of January and the kids had just gone back to school so was not peak season. The staff were very friendly and helpful. Amenities are spotless. There is a good dump point with easy access. There were more rubbish bins this time so were not over flowing like last time!
There have built even more brand new cabins to hire and they are very modern and well equipped. The gardens are all land scaped around them and they have 2 separate bbq areas. Some cabins have their own private bbq on the deck. The powered sites have not changed at all apart form some sites being built on by new cabins.
Ant and Shezz
Gold coast QLD
We just stayed here for 3 nights and the park is quite good. There are brand new cabins now available and a newly renovated emenities block. The other emenities block is in very good condition. There are no concrete pads for an awning, only a few sites are paved and the rest are tired grass or green matting. The roads are mostly sealed. The park backs onto the beach which can be a little windy sometimes even though there are small dunes and trees in between. When we there the rubbish and recycle bins were over flowing but the park was nearly full and dont know when the garbage truch does its run in the park but maybe it should do it more often. Staff were not peticularly friendly but they were not rude either.
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