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I will never stay at Port Smith Caravan Park again unless the management changes. Never have I felt so uncomfortable with every move made being watched by staff. We had a cabin... our friends stayed in a campsite. We were told they could not cook...More
After spending 5 weeks traveling the Gibb River road on our honeymoon we decided to spend our last 2 nights of camping at Port Smith. We arrived at 6.30pm so reception was closed. We noticed a sign on the door saying reception opens at 8am....More
Been back again for 6 weeks was amazing lots of lovely people there very friendly staff are amazing very clean will be back again thank you for making our trip wonderful great for fishing as well plus they do fish and chip night in a...More
My husband & I spent 3 nights here June 2017. We were told that the camping area is just red sand, and that is exactly what it is. The Managers were very friendly & extremely helpful in every way.
They have a Fish & Chip...More
Yes its off the bitumen and road is a little bumpy and dusty, and its not the Ritz however the staff are friendly, shop has most necessities, ablutions are clean and tidy (transportable building style), the bays are large and shady. Yes there are sandflies,...More
Response from morsel1950 | Reviewed this property |
You could probably get to the caravan park from the Broome/Port Hedland Road (30 Klms) without too much trouble. This road is rough in sections and the road is also thick red sand. You wouldnt attempt this after rain... More
You could probably get to the caravan park from the Broome/Port Hedland Road (30 Klms) without too much trouble. This road is rough in sections and the road is also thick red sand. You wouldnt attempt this after rain. Check road conditions with the Caravan Park. They are very helpful.
Camping in the caravan park wouldnt be a problem without a 4WD, but you would definitely need a 4WD to drive from the park to the beach & other coastal attractions which are highlights and the main reason most people visit the park.
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"Take good insect bite protection....plus a spare!!"