This was our first camping trip and we travelled with another family. We stayed here for 2 nights at the start of the September school holidays. We were charged $220 for 2 unpowered sites which seemed like a lot but we reckoned the amenities would be good.
We found our area and set up near beautiful bushland not too far from the water.
Beautiful setting - lots of wildlife (bush turkeys and wallabies wandering around as we were waking up. Kids loved it!)
Spotless camp kitchen and amenities block
We were allowed our own camp fire.
When we got to the water we found a sign saying: No swimming, beware of bull sharks! Couldn't believe it - one of the main reasons we chose this park was because of it's proximity to shallow calm water as both families had small kids (5,5,3 & 2).
The kids play area is uncovered and unshaded so even in September the equipment was too hot to play on before 4pm.
One of only 2 bbqs in the camp kitchen was broken. (In fairness they did try to fix it but no luck until lunchtime the next day)
The TV room smelled musty (although we didn't need to use it as the weather was lovely)
The Games Room had no free stuff - even the ping-pong table needed to be hired.
The main amenities block is quite a walk from the unpowered sites and also the powered waterfront sites. Showering the kids was a real hassle. There was a toilet block (temporary?) closer by which the mozzies loved to hang around.
We had a nice time here but would not return again to this park. We have since found better prices in better locations (Sunshine coast) for better amenities.
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