Korumburra Tourist Park is located 500m from South Gippsland Highway and close to the heritage railway station. The town centre is at walking distance. On Sundays train enthusiasts can ride the South Gippsland Railway, a tourist line operated by volunteers.
Korumburra had its best days long ago when coal mining brought immigrants and wealth to the region. Today the unimpressive town tries to promote itself as the Heritage Centre of South Gippsland. The town hosts the Coal Creek Community Park and Museum.
The park is quiet, family operated and minimally maintained. We had a powered site for one night. As it was off-season we saw few other camper-vans in the park. Facilities were OK and the park has a nice fire-place. The park hosts quite a number of semi-permanent residents. Overall the park appears somewhat shabby. Nonetheless we recommend Korumburra Tourist Park to anyone travelling with a camper-van.
We found Korumburra Tourist Park an acceptable option when you need a powered site for your camper-van.