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Gulargambone Caravan Park, Gulargambone

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Turn off highway into Bourbah Street, turn left at post office, then first right. Park is next to accommodation houses for elderly people. Ph: 02 6825 1666. Pets at manager's discretion. Dog exercise yard.

Report By: Baz & Mick(219)
Date of Stay: July 2017 Rating: 4.5
Nothing has changed in this great park that Bernadette and David run.They have made some great improvements.(made camping area much larger),Still do meals twice a week for charity.

Report By: Derek & Del(27)
Date of Stay: June 2017 Rating: 2
Town not worth visiting. Old, tired, nothing to do, nothing much to see. Feel sorry for any kids brought up here. $140 week. The only thing to do here is talk, visit another town or drink with the other caravaners at the fire of an evening. Usual wannabe Grey Nomad talk. Unable get Internet - getting "Limited" - But OK later in day, obviously congested. Internet OK. Showers really suck. Water is either scalding hot or freezing. Womens apparently doesn't have this problem. Amenities cleaned half-heartedly. The "roast" offered twice a week turns out to be a camp oven stew. Not bad, but not a roast. Never saw a free coffee at the 2828 information office, nor mentioned when we booked into park. A knitting and crochet workshop at the park was not mentioned, though Del would have liked to participate. Lack of information owing to park managers being away for a few days when we booked in, and lack of interest in the couple providing relief. Only plus here is the evening fire, an opportunity to talk to other caravanners. Otherwise Gulargambone is a waste of time. Hardly worth the effort learning how to pronounce it!

Report By: Blue Lakers(60)
Date of Stay: June 2015 Rating: 4
$20 [cash only no EFTPOS] a night at this excellent park and that includes free coffees at the Visitors Information Centre. The sites are grassed with good shade. The amenities block is old, but spotless. Damper and nibbles provided at happy hour. As we could not get to the camp kitchen the manager brought damper etc to our van! Service beyond the call of duty!

Report By: Peter and Jean Reynella SA(244)
Date of Stay: April 2015 Rating: 4
$20 a night at this excellent park and that includes free coffees at the nearby award winning Visitors Information Centre. The sites are grass with good shade. The amenities block is old, but spotless. An excellent place for a night (or more)

Report By: Ole 55(2)
Date of Stay: October 2014 Rating: 5
Manager's name is David & Bernadette.
Very friendly staff, good staff response to complaints, staff helped us at the site, staff explained park layout and facilities. Very good value for money $20 for 2A, powered. Soap provided, paper towels/dryer provided, disabled facilities. Adequate number of tourist sites, mostly level sites, good night lighting, sites will accommodate medium to large vans, no sites with annex slabs, shade to most sites, drive-through sites, adequate taps close by, adequate sullage close by. Good laundry, good camp kitchen, late checkout allowed, dump point, wireless internet is available is free, you can use your mobile wireless carrier used was Telstra, reception quality was 3. Quiet, open & roomy park, adequate shade, a few permanent/annual vans. Clean UC gas BBQs are free, congenial bbq area atmosphere, bbq area lighting, seating provided at bbq. No playground. No pool. Suitable for a week or more, well maintained park.
Liked:- From the warmest of welcomes on arrival to the time of departure, everyone is made to feel so at ease. No noise from the Highway traffic. Can walk to the Shops, Post Office, Hotel & 2828 Information Centre. Pets welcome.
Parking:- No waiting to get to a site.
Added Touches:- Every evening at 5 p.m. is Happy Hour or, maybe a little longer. We are treated to David's pizza slices and stunning Mini Muffins made by Bernadette. Lots of laughs & giggles, you could not ask for a more happy time. Upon arrival we also received a voucher for a great cup of coffee at 2828 Information Centre.
Local Information:- Don't forget to ask about the 2.1/2 hour Farm Trip. Gives the city folks an insight into running a Wheat, Sheep & Cattle farm.
Road Conditions:- Excellent road conditions. The town is just off the Castlereagh Highway, between Gilgandra & Coonamble.

Report By: JuBob(171)
Date of Stay: September 2014 Rating: 3.5
A lovely welcome as soon as we arrived and we were offered a few different sites to make our own choice. The sites are grassed, all utilities are handy to all sites and its an easy stroll into town. $20p.n., 2A powered is excellent value. Excellent DTV and ok drinking water also.

Report By: straflo(143)
Date of Stay: August 2014 Rating: 3.5
This is a great little park in a town that's trying hard to re-invent itself and attract tourists. Bernadette and David are happy to welcome you to their park and put on a campfire happy hour with free delicious damper and pizza. Every one of the caravanners was there and chatted for a few hours. We paid $20 for the night. Site was green grass with shady trees. Amenities are old but very clean with added touches like 3ply loo paper! There is a small farmyard with chooks, lambs, alpacas and turkeys! Mobile 5 bands. Visit cafe 2828 and look for the corrugated iron galahs.

Report By: Kevin & Lyn(282)
Date of Stay: August 2014 Rating: 3.5
A nice little park. Previous reports are spot on. Will stop if out this way again.

Report By: Sandy(18)
Date of Stay: June 2014 Rating: 3.5
This is our second visit and new owners are as good as the previous owners. Damper and pizza is made each night on the fire as a welcome to guests. Roast dinner cooked same way on Wed and Sunday nights with $10.00 per head donation for the Flying Doctors. $20.00 powered site. No slabs but all grassed sites. Some trees for the summer. Plenty of hot water and washing machine and dryer on honesty. On arrival given a ticket for buy one coffee get one free from coffee shop in main street. Can walk to shops, but unfortunately most shops have closed. Easy to stay a few nights or more. Owners are extremely friendly and helpful. Pets allowed on lead. Great value and relaxing stay. Will return.

Report By: Baz & Mick(219)
Date of Stay: June 2014 Rating: 3
The new owners Bernadette & David are following on from the previous owners,damper on a Wednesday and a roast and sweets on Sunday night with money going RFDS,the sunday meal was very nice.The park is still neat and tidy,well off the highway so nice and quiet.Even better value for money nowadays,price dropped to $20 and no discounts.

Report By: Two oldies(3)
Date of Stay: May 2014 Rating: 4.5
This park has new owners, Bernadette and David, who have made many improvements. There is pizza and damper each night around the fire. The amenities and park are kept very clean and tidy. We have stayed here a number of times but this stay, 5 nights, was very enjoyable. The owners are very friendly and go that extra bit to be helpful. It is a shady, quiet and pleasant park to stay in, many campers come for one night and end up staying longer. At $20 a night it is good value.