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NRMA Dubbo Holiday Park, Dubbo

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Whylandra Street (Newell Hwy) just N of Mitchell Hwy intersection, on left heading south. Ph: 02 6867 9448 or 1800 824 820. Pets allowed. Previously known as Dubbo City Holiday Park.

Report By: PK Adelaide(35)
Date of Stay: May 2021 Rating: 2.5
This park is showing signs of neglect. The gounds are not well cared for. We stayed in an ensuite site. The site itself had a concrete pad which was dirty and had a large amount of possum poo scattered around it. The ensuite itself was basic. The shower taps were not marked hot and cold, lighting was poor with one fluro tube missing and the shower was leaking. Worst of all the floor had not been thoroughly cleaned for a very long time and was covered in a grime from long years of neglect. Compared with other parks charging a comparable rate this place is very poor value for money.

Report By: Kevin & Lyn(360)
Date of Stay: October 2020 Rating: 3
$37.80 per night for powered site 2 people. Covid declaration emailed to you for completion prior to checking in. Staff friendly explained park. Women's amenities were clean but not a lot of lighting at night. Husband stated men's amenities could have done with a clean. There was a smell in them. Night lighting was poor. Garbage bins overflowing. The park could do with a bit of maintenance. Did not come up to the usual standard of NRMA parks we have stayed in.

Report By: Travelling in the Shoebox(131)
Date of Stay: May 2018 Rating: 4
This is a nice park to stay at that overlooks the river. There are lot of sites of various sizes so they can cater to small and large vans. Some sites have cement slabs. The amenities have been nicely renovated. There is a camp kitchen and outdoor fire pit near the camp kitchen. There are trees around the sites so you can get some shade. The park is across the river from the CBD so you can walk to the CBD. There is a motel across the road that has a restaurant if you want to eat out. We would stay here again when next in Dubbo.

Report By: Glenn & Jenny(113)
Date of Stay: January 2018 Rating: 4
Back again after 2 years and there has been many up grades to ammenties and grounds so still good value and great park and well worth a visit.