I stayed overnight and pitched my tent on the gravel sand pit provided.
Although it looked a little dodgy (sketchy for non-Australians) on the road to the entrance, I felt very safe here.
The grass on the tent sites had died, but the trees were relatively shady. The pool was a great place to cool off, but needed a bit of a clean.
The modern shower block opposite the pool was fabulous. Very clean, large showers with those little seats built into them, plenty of change room and places to hang or stow your belongings. The lights and fan operate on a timer system. Only drawback was the cheesy music being played over the stereo in there.
They had an evening hayride which looked like super fun for the kids even though it was just a tractor pulling a wagon with hay bales and playing loud songs (like Cotton-Eye Joe) around the campground a few times.
Unfortunately it's within earshot of a railway crossing, so all the trains (at all hours) will blow their horns and the sound travels to the campground. Perhaps it's not so loud if you're in an RV.
If you stay here, make sure you get the password for free WiFi when you check in. I had two other groups of campers come and ask me for the password when they saw me on my computer (after the office had closed at 8pm) but each password is only good for one device.