We only stayed one night as Eden was just a stopping point on the way to bigger things. Firstly the receptionist was rude and didn't seem like she wanted to be there, didn't feel very welcome at all. The one great thing was due to it being quiet we had a pick of any site we wanted. The powered site had heaps of room. The camp kitchen was old and felt dirty using it, but there was a sign saying it is going to be renovated soon. Yes the park is close to the main road but that didn't bother us at all, we actually found it very quiet. Eden is a beautiful place though and getting up early to catch a glimpse of a whale jumping out of the water was a highlight of our trip. Id be willing to come back again in the future though...after the camp kitchen is renovated
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The gem of the Sapphire Coast If some fool tries to tell you that Australia isn't beautiful, take them to the Sapphire Coast. A tour of the region's rugged coastlines, lush forests, golden beaches and blindingly blue waters will have their eyes goggling and their jaw-dropping! The diversity of this geographical gem is what makes it so magnificent. Like a precision-cut sapphire, it has many facets, each showing the area in a new light! Discover it for yourself with an unforgettable stay at the Eden Gateway Holiday Park. Its cosy villas are nestled among the vibrant parklands, just a hop away from the breathtaking Twofold Bay, Lake Curalo, Nullica State Forest and the stunning strip of Aslings Beach. Pet friendly - excluding Dec/Jan School Holidays. ... more less
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