We stayed 4 nights in the off season, payed $42 a night for beach front with no sulage point, witch means you have to catch your grey water in a bucket and then find a sulage drain somewhere to empty it. You have to share mains water so you cant be hooked to water and have to fill the tanks and run from them, Not allowed to use your own washing machine. The location is great being right on the water but for the price and what amenities you get we will not stay here again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Absolute beachfront camping ground, with safe small boat anchorage, restaurant on site,free WiFi, 2 amenities blocks, gateway to the Barrier Reef. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- 1770 Camping Ground Australia/Seventeen Seventy