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488 Tweed Valley Way, Murwillumbah, New South Wales 2484 Australia
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#6 of 6 in Murwillumbah
Greenhills Caravan Park is a great base to explore the Tweed Valley, Tweed Coast, and beyond. Located 5 minutes drive from Murwillumbah CBD, the caravan park offers powered and unpowered caravan sites and camping sites from $25 per night for 1-2 people. Set in beautiful park like grounds with many trees, shrubs and garden areas, the park offers rural vistas across cane fields, bush and pasture. Sites are set well back from the Tweed Valley Way, for a peaceful night's sleep. Facilities include a clean amenities block with hot showers, a coin-operated laundrette, campers wash up area, and a swimming pool. It's a short walk (50m) to a fruit and vege shop, and we're the closest accommodation to Tweed Regional Gallery. Whether you're here for just a few days on the way to somewhere else, or decide to stay a little longer and explore the place we call home, Greenhills Caravan Park is the place to to put down stumps. Overnight, weekly and longer stays are welcome.
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Chris i wrote a review Dec 2019
40 contributions46 helpful votes
Hit hard in the floods 2 years ago this poor park needs a new owner. It’s up for sale and really needs a tidy up to get it to a tidy condition. If you are a motorhome owner and walking to town after setting up camp be prepared, it’s a 25 to 30 minute walk in comparison to a 5 minute drive. At $30 a night it’s not bad but I feel if the price was dropped then it would be more worth the stay.
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Date of stay: November 2019
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Geff wrote a review Nov 2019
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Currently visting the area on a well over due holiday from Sydney. Stayed in some of the best 5 star hotels across the city SYDNEY , ( shangri-la on floor 24 $600 for the night night in saying this my stay there the hot water couldnt be fixed , half way through the night the phone system went down and one other incident i currently cant recall, I got a complimentry breakfast in the VIP lounge for my terrible experience at one of sydneys TOP end hotels) SO when you come to stay at GREENHILLS CARAVAN PARK you get a very open welcome, choose your own location that suits you & your family ( HOW great is that !!! ) I love Hot showers i wake up to a day with a hot shower to start my day and one to bunkdown for the night <every single time iv used the shower block its CLEAN, TIDY and the HOT WATER IS HOT - such a relaxed and beautiful part of nature to wake up to 'Peaceful & Quiet with the sounds of a rain forest in the background. oh and maybe lunch time you could hear my laughing because at 25- 30 $$$$$ a NIGHT -- how could you not be happy and enjoy a very pleasant stop on your travels !!! For your own experience its certainly more then VALUE FOR MONEY !! HAPPY AND SAFE TRAVELS TO ALL (((dont miss out on a wonderful relaxed little spot that i certainly have enjoyed.))).
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Date of stay: October 2019
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Response from BigVolcano, webmaster at Greenhills Caravan Park
Responded 5 Dec 2019
Thank you for your review Geff. Although we're rather amused that a caravan park can provide you with a better shower experience that a 5 star hotel in Sydney. Also glad you enjoyed the peace and quiet.
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Kym wrote a review Mar 2019
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We are currently staying there at the moment! Owners are very friendly and quite easy to get on with! Whilst the amenities r quite old they r always clean! It’s obvious that the floods have affected this quite caravan park but the owners r doing everything they can to get it up and running again! I think the people that have given this place a bad review should get there head out of there stuck up arse and give the owners a go! Good quiet place to stay!
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Date of stay: March 2019
Trip type: Travelled
AMG wrote a review Aug 2018
Melbourne, Australia176 contributions73 helpful votes
Look - if you are looking for modern - keep going elsewhere Caravan $30 a night - the Showgrounds are $25 but we couldn’t get in This park is run down after the floods and needs a lot of work Pick your own site - stay away from the permanents - bat crazy Amenities are cleanish but please get rid of the cobwebs Lawns need mowing and how hard is it to fix the clothes line??? Caretakers are pleasant enough but .... No official dump point - it’s a bloody drain with a witches hat over it.... Positives- it’s a great base to see all the attractions around here - rain forest on way - beaches the other Would I come back - only if it’s cleaned up
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Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Travelled
Response from BigVolcano, Webmaster at Greenhills Caravan Park
Responded 13 Dec 2018
Hello 524annieg Thank your for your feedback. Yes, powered sites are $30 per night. Unpowered sites are $25 per night. Since Ex TC Debbie decimated the region and our caravan park, in early 2017, we can no longer have "permanents". (And those we had staying prior to Ex TC Debbie decimating the region, had nowhere else to live.) The maximum long stay now is 150 nights. If other visitors made you feel uncomfortable with their behavior on your stay, we would like to have heard about it straight away, so we could have evaluated the situation and dealt with it appropriately. No official dump point. That's correct. We're not licensed to provide a dump point. As for cobwebs, well, spiders are persistent critters. We can clean in the morning, and by the afternoon, they're back. We mow the lawns on a weekly, and sometimes daily basis, especially in spring and summer, although we are also mindful of our "quiet and peaceful" atmosphere. And yes, we are a great base to explore the region. We hope you discovered a few of our favourite places while you were here.
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FarmerJohn45 wrote a review Aug 2018
Singleton, Australia204 contributions94 helpful votes
As the only caravan Park in the town, Greenville hads the market by the short and curlies, but it fails miserably in being attractive. Checking in was fine and the instruction to " just pick any site" seemed great, so off we went - we selected a site and began lining up to back in, when a resident warned us we would be better off in another location. Taking his advice we chose an indicated site and set up, then explored. Perhaps we should have done this before paying for two nights! The Park was generally untidy, with unmowed grass, potholed roads and old and horrid amenities - that were not clean by any standards and also were inadequate for the number of sites. This is really a pity as visitors want to visit the townand the alternative of the showgrounds was booked out, in hindsight we should have waited for a site there.
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Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Travelled
AustraliaNew South WalesMurwillumbah
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Frequently Asked Questions about Greenhills Caravan Park
Which popular attractions are close to Greenhills Caravan Park?
Nearby attractions include Tweed Regional Gallery & Margaret Olley Art Centre (0.6 km), The Regent Cinema (2.0 km), and Tweed Regional Museum - Murwillumbah (2.1 km).
What are some restaurants close to Greenhills Caravan Park?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Balcony Restaurant, Ju Jus, and Nam Yeng Vietnamese Thai Food.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Greenhills Caravan Park?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Greenhills Caravan Park?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Greenhills Caravan Park?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Tweed Regional Museum - Murwillumbah (2.1 km) and Banner Street Memoria Park (2.3 km).