Mozzies are a force to be reckoned with. So so many, everyone was covered in bites and the scratching. No spray, coils or zappers were helpful against the plague of these annoying insects. The pool was great and the bathrooms were clean. The showers have awesome shower heads. The camping spots are small and everyone is packed in close to each other. Unfortunately we got stuck next to where the park keep all their tools. They were in and out all day with lawn mowers, blowers, cars and an annoyingly loud gold cart. Plus the talking and yelling from the staff. At times you couldn’t hear yourself think. However, come night time, the staff would tell you to be quiet at 10.45pm so others could enjoy their holiday... we were just talking... what about our holiday. They also struggled to get our booking right. There was a few of us but they were just so confused and emailing them for info was like trying to get blood out of a stone. Just frustrating. The morning food truck was great but very expensive. Bacon & egg sandwich was $10 and regular coffee $4+, don’t even pay that in the city. I couldn’t wait to leave. Our family won’t be back.…
Stayed here on a powered site for one night - $50. Pros - pool was fantastic, clean and big. Situated next to a lake which is lovely. Cons - sites were crammed next to cabins so very noisy. Pitches were pretty much gravel and not too pleasent. Other campers were very noisy, drinking and being quite loud until the late hours past 1am - seemed like a bit of a party place. Overall it was a pleasant overnight stay with basic clean amenities (kitchen and laundry crammed together in a small room was a bit of a letdown as needed to cook) would of been more understanding and higher rated if a site ranged between $30-35 which I think would of been a fair price to charge considering some of the cons I mentioned.
We booked a powered site for a Motorhome. I phoned and spoke to a lovely young man who asked if we would like a premium site with water views. Of course I said yes. $50 per night - bit pricey - but for a premium site how could we go wrong. Well it didn’t turn out to be a premium site at all. Yes we had the waterviews (very nice) but the site itself was gravel and concrete backing onto some very ordinary looking cabins. So we left, and cut our losses. And have now found another van park half an hour away with a lovely grassy site, backing onto a beach for $40 per night. More fool us.
We stayed in a waterfront cabin overlooking the Huskisson Inlet. for 3 weekdays. Very peaceful. Staff were helpful and friendly. We launched our own kayaks at the Holiday Park's own launching ramp which was only 20 meters from our cabin. There was a tap right next to the ramp where we could rinse our kayaks and gears after we came back Our cabin was clean and reasonably well equipment and top mark for their covid-safe protocols! Overall really enjoyed our first stay there
We stayed in a Waterfront Cabin. The 4 bunk beds in a room are tiny - we didn't care that much you cant be too tall or you wont fit. The kitchen and dining area is really large and spacious, out door deck is nice too. No soundproofing at all though could hear the cabins beside us. We had music going and was told to turn it down before 8pm, bloody Karen's must have been around, I have stayed at other holiday parks and even though this one is great I feel the other "campers" weren't the friendliest which is a shame. - May be there were just OLD people. Toilet paper was only 1 ply, like really who even uses that. Hahaha Close drive to shops etc Spa next to the pool is not hot Overall OK stay for 2 nights