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All reviewssuspension bridgerest campcrashing waveshoneymoon cottagestorms river mouthon the rocksself cateringforest hutcattle baron restaurantoverlooking the seacamp shopotter trailnational parklocation is amazingwell worth the effortlaundry facilitiesgarden route
This park definitely has the most breathtaking views I have seen in my country.
All the rooms have stunning sea views.
We stayed in the Oceanettes as well as one of the family cabins. The Oceanettes are basic and small but with everything you need....More
Its our second December holiday at Stormsriver and it is as breathtaking as it was the last time. The ocean puts up a spectacular display with enormous waves and the walking trails and suspension bridge have a beauty of their own. The staff is friendly...More
Camped right on the water's edge for one night recently. Camp site was very busy. Went to the suspension bridge. It is quite a walk but was well worth it. Ate at Cattle Baron restaurant. Food and service were good. Campsite toilets and bathrooms are...More
With great views , plenty of activities and stunning scenery one can book into one of the wooden cottages or book yourself a campsite, park the car for the next few days and indulge in some glorious hikes, kayaking up the mouth or taking the...More
Beautiful weather, Little wind and listening to the waves breaking, seeing whales far out at sea splashing around what more can you wish for. This is my favorite spot but nowadays I opt to go a bit out of season to avoid all the tourists...More
Hi, yes you can store things in the kitchen fridge at your own discretion. As with backpackers, noone can vouch for your goods and things do go missing, but you'll find that most of the time your steak will be where you left... More
Hi, yes you can store things in the kitchen fridge at your own discretion. As with backpackers, noone can vouch for your goods and things do go missing, but you'll find that most of the time your steak will be where you left it.