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Hidden Valley Tourist Park

Hidden Valley Caravan Pk 110 Weaber Plain Rd, Kununurra, Western Australia 6743 Australia
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#8 of 8 campsites in Kununurra
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Backing onto Mirima National Park and with access from the Park straight onto walking trails which lead to 2 spectacular lookouts, Hidden Valley Caravan Park is the only place you will want to stay in Kununurra. Your view of Mirima National Park from your site or cabin has to be seen to be believed, as the sun starts to set the mountains come alive showcasing the most amazing colours. Kelly’s Knob is on the opposite side of the Park, offering amazing sunset & sunrise views. The Ord River, Ivanhoe Crossing & Celebrity Tree Walk are all within a few mins drive from the Park and with the Town centre only 1.5km away, we are in the perfect spot to base yourself for an extended stay while you explore the beautiful Kimberley area. With powered, unpowered & our new shade structure sites plus our Family cabins there is something to suit everyone. With over 200 mango trees placed around the Park you will definitely get your mango fix from Oct, Nov & Dec. Beautifully landscaped camp grounds offering powered, unpowered & shade sites as well as cabin accommodation & a pool to cool you down. Just 1.5km into Town, Mirima Nat Park right at our back door, the Ord River & Ivanhoe Crossing just a few min drive
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Free parking
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Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Convenience store
24-hour check-in
Self-serve laundry
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Private bathrooms
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rob27898 wrote a review Nov 2023
Port Kennedy, Australia389 contributions97 helpful votes
Not a bad spot for caravaning. It’s a fair walk into town, or anywhere really but it’s very close to Kelly’s Knob and the back trails at Miriam NP. The site is mature in nature and has a handful of permanent residents around the edge. The ‘remote’ camp kitchens seems to close from 1st Nov for some reason. I’ve 2 criticisms of the site - 1: that first speed bump after reception is horrendously placed at nearly 45degrees. Impossible to not shake the bolts of any vehicles! 2: in nearly a weeks stay, the showers and toilets were definitely not cleaned or the floors swept etc. whilst we were there. The sink worktops were foul and the sinks outside, even worse. It’s quiet season, there is no excuse for not cleaning the facilities.
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Date of stay: November 2023Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Caution, mango trees - falling fruits and bats!
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raandaka wrote a review Aug 2023
Greater Adelaide, Australia194 contributions40 helpful votes
Together with friends (two couples), we spent a total of 9 nights at Hidden Valley Tourist Park in late June / early July 2023 over two occasions, with caravans. This was our first visit to Kununurra. We hadn’t planned to stay at Hidden Valley, but our plans changed when we were in the Derby region and were advised that the Gibb River Road would be closing on 27/6/23 due to flooding. We were also advised by the Derby Visitor Centre that if we wanted to get across the Fitzroy Crossing, that we should leave immediately. It was so reassuring to talk to Amanda at Hidden Valley per phone and secure bookings for powered sites next to each other for both of us while we were enroute to Kununurra. She did not even want a credit card deposit to secure our bookings. “Just fix it up when you get here”… amazing. Amanda and the other office lady were always so incredibly pleasant and accommodating every time we visited the office, requesting extensions to our stay as we waited it out, hoping Purnululu National Park would reopen. The service provided to us by the office staff was exemplary. Similarly, when other caravaning friends were also high tailing it to Kununurra some days later, Amanda was incredibly accommodating in placing them in a site nearby to us. And when Purnululu NP did reopen, we stored our caravans at Hidden Valley for 3 nights, at $5 per night. Hidden Valley Tourist Park is in a spectacular location about 1km out of Kununurra centre. It has a tropical feel with lots of shade trees and some boab trees. It is quite a large park, nestled in between two rocky red outcrops, the Mirima NP and Kelly’s Knob, with great views to both and changing colours with the light and sunset. The park felt very safe and was very quiet at night. The park also accommodates some long term residents and has a number of large undercover caravan shed sites. The ablutions were configured as toilet, shower & hand basin cubicles which we really liked and the laundry served our needs and with plenty of hanging lines. There were a couple of camp kitchens which we didn’t use, as we were self sufficient. The pool area was lovely and we enjoyed swimming there. We highly recommend Hidden Valley Tourist Park and would most definitively stay there again!
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Date of stay: July 2023
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Folksette wrote a review June 2023
Macmasters Beach, Australia45 contributions7 helpful votes
We loved this park, close to town Staff were awesome and super friendly and helpful Has a lovely pool Plenty of ammenities Washing machines and clothes lines We had a very spacious and grassy patch to set up camp with our Kelpie will be our go to whenever we are in town despite the challenges in town we found the park to be very safe
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Date of stay: June 2023
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Anya707 wrote a review July 2022
Melbourne, Australia20 contributions7 helpful votes
Good park, great counter / other staff. Our booking was done quite late. We arrived at a very unfriendly time but they were happy to still organise a location for us. Clean facilities. We loved our stay, thanks.
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Date of stay: July 2022
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Marita M wrote a review Sept 2021
Palmerston, Australia118 contributions43 helpful votes
Nice park, good amenities, but the shade trees are mainly mangoes, so the bats drop mangoes on your roof throughout the night. Not a huge deal. However the dogs are. Lots of folks have their dogs with them and the barking is very annoying during the day. Not much barking at night which is great.
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: More room per site than the lakeside parks. The sun is fierce and if you are not under mango...
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Judith K wrote a review Aug 2021
Bendigo, Australia900 contributions114 helpful votes
Stayed here for three nights while exploring the area. Reasonable price, good size grass sites and clean amenities. Great view over the National Park and a quick easy drive to town. Would definately recommend.
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Date of stay: July 2021
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Bazg wrote a review Sept 2020
Shelley, Australia2 contributions1 helpful vote
The park itself is lovely especially the area we spent our 14 days quarantine in. Green and beautifully shaded with mango trees aplenty. But the park itself would be nothing without its managers, Dion and Michelle. What a delightful couple they are, nothing is too much to ask from the shopping delivery to parcel pickups. The grounds are tended constantly and Dion is always happy to stop for a chat or a helping hand. Michelle is just as far away as the end of the phone to also aid in any way she can. We’ll always have fond memories of our stay with them and wish them well in their endeavours. Margaret and Barry Myers
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from Michelle Appleby, General Manager at Hidden Valley Tourist Park
Responded 29 Sept 2020
Thank you so much for your lovely words Barry & Margaret. It was a pleasure having you stay with us, every time we went past there was always a smile & wave from you both, which made our days. We hope you are travelling safely & would love to see you again under slightly different circumstances.
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narelled23 wrote a review Sept 2020
Perth, Australia8 contributions1 helpful vote
I had a wonderful stay at Hidden Valley for my 2 weeks+ quarintine after re-entering WA from picking up my Jayco Penguin in Brisbane. Deon and Michelle are marvellous managers and most helpful...and the ever obliging Jimmy is a treasure. Wonderful views over the spectacular cliffs in Mirima National Park.
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Travelled solo
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Response from Caitlyn Scott, General Manager at Hidden Valley Tourist Park
Responded 21 Sept 2020
You are more than welcome Narelle. We are happy that we were able to make your 2 weeks a little easier. Have fun exploring in your new Jayco. Who knows we might even run into you down the track. Dion & Michelle
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whitlamabroad wrote a review June 2019
Clevedon, United Kingdom551 contributions158 helpful votes
Nice camping area. Lots of space. Grass sites. Trees to camp under. Boabab, mango trees and palms. Lovely views of the hills in the national park adjacent to the site. Swimming pool available. Good showers and toilets. Quiet at night. Nice place to stay.
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Date of stay: May 2019
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Manuela K wrote a review Oct 2018
Munster, Germany341 contributions159 helpful votes
The park is directly next to the Mirima National Park. The location is is great – you can walk into the park which is beautiful. The campground was ok, due to the end of season there was only one amenities building open. They did not post any pool hours, but when my husband wanted to take a swim in the evening, the gate was locked which was a disappointment. The campers kitchen was in no good condition. Wifi is not available.
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Date of stay: September 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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AU$45 - AU$47 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
AustraliaWestern AustraliaKimberley RegionKununurra
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8
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hidden Valley Tourist Park
Which popular attractions are close to Hidden Valley Tourist Park?
Nearby attractions include Ord River (5.1 km), Mirima National Park (0.7 km), and Kelly's Knob Lookout (0.6 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Hidden Valley Tourist Park?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, free parking, and self serve laundry.
Which room amenities are available at Hidden Valley Tourist Park?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
Is parking available at Hidden Valley Tourist Park?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hidden Valley Tourist Park?
Conveniently located restaurants include Kimberley Cafe, Wild Mango Cafe, and Cornerside Cafe.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Hidden Valley Tourist Park?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Hidden Valley Tourist Park?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Is Hidden Valley Tourist Park accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.