It looks good and sounds good, and you get a glossy folder with all the info you need on arrival, but they fail to put thier guests first.
Everything in the park costs. $4 a load for a small load of washing, another $2 to dry it. This was a lot more than our park in sydney.
You have to pay to have the lights on in the BBQ area. You have to pay for the BBQ's. This is despite you being able to get a free BBQ in any park in Brisabne.
The playgrounds are small, the family cabins are miles away from the playgrounds.
The family cabins are tired, paint chipped off the beds, ugly decor, and generally grotty.
Don't try and go to the toliet from the BBQ area at night, they close half the toilet blocks after dark.
Playstation was not in our room on arrival. Games for the playstation attract a $20 bond each.
It is just not very good value accommodation. They charge like a resort and deliver no better than an old caravan park.
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