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Big Sky Caravan Park, Narrabri

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Located away from the Newell Hwy in Tibereena St. One street back from the main street, near river & RSL club. 500m E of the Tourist info centre in town. Southern Cross Parks and Family Parks member. Ph: 02 6792 1294. Pets allowed.

Report By: straflo(162)
Date of Stay: July 2017 Rating: 3.5
Off the Newell, this is a good overnighter. We paid $30.60 with Family Parks discount. (note that the price hasn't change in three years!) Most sites are drive through on grass, which the managers are trying to keep green. Amenities were very clean, with a good camp kitchen. There could be better night lighting, especially at the spoon gutters. It is an easy walk to the town for essential shopping.

Report By: Kevin & Lyn(286)
Date of Stay: October 2015 Rating: 3.5
$30.60 2 adults powered site after chain discount. Amenities were clean. Free Sausage sizzle on a Thursday night. No pool but next door to the council pool. Great for an overnighter.

Report By: Peter WH(100)
Date of Stay: June 2015 Rating: 3.5
Been here for 1 1/2 days. No complaints. Our hosts were extremely friendly and welcomed myself and the two dogs. A very spacious concrete sight. Water pressure was excellent,plenty of pressure. Sullage pit for waste water right behind the van and it had a lid on it as well. No drama on power either. It cost me $64.80 for the two nights,which included the Family Parks discount. The amenities block was clean and safe. No shower curtain in the showers but a big area for you to shower. Overall I was very impressed with the park and wouldn't hesitate in staying here again down the track

Report By: Scooter(85)
Date of Stay: September 2014 Rating: 3
This park is managed by Southern Cross Parks and is a member of the Family Parks group. It is close to the town centre, but in a relatively quiet location overlooking Narrabri Creek, and not on the Newell Highway. Notwithstanding that the park slopes downhill from its street frontage to the creek at the rear, the sites are terraced and reasonably level. Some sites have slabs, others have gravel or a grassed. There are a few good shade trees in the park, but not all sites are shaded. The amenities block is old, but is clean and tidy. Access to both toilet and shower cubicles was relatively easy, although they are not exactly spacious. Soap dispensers and paper towels were provided near each wash basin. Each shower recess had a bench you could in fact sit on, and the change area remained dry even though there were no shower curtains. There were several large washers and dryers in the laundry, with drying lines just outside. There were adequate taps close to each site, and sullage drains also. It appeared as if the power points had recently been renewed with metal blocks incorporating plumbing for taps, but the water part was not in use. I asked for a site that was close to the amenities, but was allocated one about 50 metres distant. I asked if I could changes sites for my second night, and my request was granted, so I moved to a site about 15 metres from the amenities. The tariff was $30 per night for one adult on a powered site. I paid $27 on account of the Family Parks discount. I consider the park suitable for a couple of nights, and it is marginally suitable for mobility impaired persons, provided you have a site reasonably close to the amenities block. There were a few long terms residents. The number of sites was adequate. There is parking outside the office when you check in and 2 or 3 vans could line up without spilling out onto the street. I used Telstra internet wifi and reception was 5 bars. Nomadnet is available on payment of the applicable fee.