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Highland Caravan Park

Oldina Drive, Tarraleah, Tasmania Australia
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Oldina Drive, Tarraleah, Tasmania Australia
Highland Caravan Park
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J T wrote a review Nov 2020
Port Arthur, Australia933 contributions224 helpful votes
We were lucky to be able to rent a powered site with water. Had to be fully self contained though. Very helpful hosts gave us map for lovely walks, and the guys at the wonderful golf course were terrific. When they open up properly we shall return.
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Date of stay: November 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Yvonne P wrote a review Mar 2019
Newfield, New York102 contributions29 helpful votes
Disappointed. Paid 36 AUD for putting up a tent. Since this seemed an odd price and it was late in the day we stayed. In the morning we asked neighboring campers with caravans and were told they paid same price with their own power and water access. On way out we asked at the desk and were told all sites are the same as they had limited sites. So campers beware this is premium price and you practically pay more than caravans with power and water access, hence the reason for the low rating. Other than that, facilities are clean and well maintained.
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Date of stay: March 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Gary M wrote a review Mar 2019
Hervey Bay, Australia237 contributions75 helpful votes
Nice van park set up in the old Hydro Village. The lodges, houses left standing are all part of the area, open from late November to early May. Suggest calling first. amenities old but clean with hot showers as its gets cold even in summer. There are walks for those who wish. Taraleah falls through old bush down to the Falls. The track s well marked and gets the breathing going climbing up for the first 10 minutes from the viewing platform
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Date of stay: February 2019
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Foodie725 wrote a review May 2018
Childers, Australia15 contributions11 helpful votes
Very tranquil place, far away from everything it seemed. No Wifi or phone signal, but it didn't matter. It seemed a different world. Everything was well kept and tidy and management friendly and forthcoming. Unfortunately we could only stay one night as our trip was pre-planned. Heard some sort of wildlife through the night, but don't know what it was.
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Date of stay: April 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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tcatnodak wrote a review Mar 2018
Jordan, Minnesota106 contributions53 helpful votes
Nice cat park. $20 for unpowered overnight. Good spots in a very secluded location. The bathrooms and showers were included, they were as expected. The attached inn has a very nice local pub and restaurant that is open to 10.
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Date of stay: March 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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stevenlsw wrote a review Dec 2017
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia39 contributions13 helpful votes
We rented a power site for an overnight stay. The place is located on a remote hilltop. It is very nice and calming place with an awesome view. Seems that this place is very well maintained as well. There are wildlife lurking around especially at dusk, so it is quite an exciting place for the kids. The only downside is connectivity, as the phone signal is very bad here, we have trouble connecting to the Internet. Regardless, we truly enjoyed the stay.
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Date of stay: April 2017
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Peter L wrote a review Apr 2017
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Unpowered site tent was large and spacious, Showers/Toilets were clean and worked well. But......It was the ONLY caravan/tourist park in other states and Tasmania,that I have used that did NOT have a camp Kitchen. There used to be, but have been converted to cabins!! There were no sink plugs in the laundry sinks. The BBQ plate and table tops looked like it had never been cleaned as we cleaned it ourselves and was no lighting over the BBQ area. The BBQ itself required a "Press button operation" - a need to press every 2 minutes else BBQ stopped heating. There is also no facility to buy basics like bread and milk.... at the very least in the peak season. Reception staff were not concerned at the unclean BBQ and highlighted their park restaurant (was nice), basic campers don't need the restaurant only a camp kitchen! On a positive, the whole location was very good for those staying in cabins,caravans or campervans and has great potential for the average uncashed up camper/traveler. With all of these issues attended to it would encourage more casual campers into the park !!!!
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Date of stay: April 2017
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Ros P wrote a review Apr 2017
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We had a wonderful stopover on the way to Strahan and Cradle Mountain from Hobart. A Hydro Town now converted into wonderful accommodation. We stayed in the Highlander Unit, near where the pool once was. It was very clean and spacious with self contained facilities.It also had beautiful grass sites for the caravans and campers. We enjoyed driving up to the Great Lakes and seeing the Hydro Scheme facility. Breaking up the journey like this , enabled us to spend time at Lake Saint Clair and The Wall at Derwent Bridge.
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Date of stay: February 2017
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MangiMadness wrote a review Mar 2017
236 contributions31 helpful votes
Great little historic village in the middle of nowhere was a perfect stop for our drive from Mt Field National Park to Lake St Clair. The highlander cows are a rare sight and they're booklet offered feeding of them but when I asked at reception they did not have the cow nuts available. We could only see them from afar too as they were in further away paddocks. We stayed in a highlander cabin which had all the basics we needed for one night and was great value for the price.
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Date of stay: March 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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ms_hannahmay wrote a review Jan 2017
Melbourne, Australia86 contributions43 helpful votes
A little gem in the middle of nowhere! An old hydro town converted into accommodation in houses, a lodge, cabins and a caravan/camping park. It also has a church, cafe, restaurant, golf course, walk to a waterfall and great views! It also has ducks, a small lake and cows that you can feed. We had a powered camp site with luscious grass and privacy hedges between the sites looking over to the lake. The amenities were clean and the showers hot. There is a BBQ but no camp kitchen. There is a washing machine and dryer for 3 x $1 each and clothes lines. We had a very peaceful and relaxing stay and a great stop over between Hobart and Strahan. Would love to see it in winter next time when it snows!
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Date of stay: January 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Frequently Asked Questions about Highland Caravan Park
Which popular attractions are close to Highland Caravan Park?
Nearby attractions include Tarraleah Power Station Lookout (0.1 km), Tarraleah Falls (0.5 km), and Lake Binney (5.2 km).
Is parking available at Highland Caravan Park?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Highland Caravan Park?
Conveniently located restaurants include Teez Cafe, The Highlander Arms, and Teez cafe at Tarraleah.
Is Highland Caravan Park located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.4 km away from the centre of Tarraleah.
Are pets allowed at Highland Caravan Park?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.