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Eaglehawk Holiday Park, Sutton

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Federal Hwy, Eagle Hawk Hill. 15 mins on the Sydney side of Canberra. It is close to the United Service station on the left coming from Sydney.Ph: 02 6241 6411. Pets allowed, at manager's discretion.

Report By: MitzynBud(17)
Date of Stay: April 2018 Rating: 3
$35 for 2A. Sites will accommodate small to medium vans. Carrier used was Telstra, reception quality was 4.
Liked:- Convenient to travel to tourist attractions around Canberra.
Disliked:- Very difficult to reverse caravan into site because site was very narrow. Most sites were the same. Soap dispensers were empty and had all been pulled out in men's and ladies amenities and had not been replaced the entire time we were there.

Report By: Elizabeth C(5)
Date of Stay: October 2017 Rating: 2.5
Eaglehawk Holiday Park is only just ok - great that they take dogs BUT the state of the park leaves nothing much to the imagination. Gardens, cleanliness of facilities needs attention.

Report By: Ray and Sue Muller(14)
Date of Stay: January 2016 Rating: 3
Friendly staff. Poor value for money $45.00 for 2A PN, powered. Amenities are close to most sites, cleanliness was average, condition is reasonable, water pressure is good, there was inadequate hot water. Inadequate number of tourist sites, mostly level sites, good night lighting, sites will accommodate small to medium vans, very few annex slabs, no sites are shaded, hard to negotiate into site. Basic laundry, no wireless internet available. carrier used was Telstra, reception quality was 4. Quiet, open & roomy park, inadequate shade, many permanent/annual vans. Dirty UC electric BBQs are free. No playground. Clean pool, heated. Suitable for overnighter.
Liked:- Close to the Federal Highway.
Disliked:- The lighting in the amenities block is by a push button timer which lasts approx. 2 minutes. The hot water takes approx. 3 minutes to come through the hand basins and showers. Would not like to be waiting for the hot water during winter. Poor value for money. Would rather stay at a free camp.
Parking:- Parking at reception.

Report By: Don & Jenni, Lithgow(8)
Date of Stay: October 2014 Rating: 3
Nice park. Ensuite cost $43pn for two. Good wifi (Telstra) poor tv. The only problem we had was with buses parked close to our van. They started up at 6.45am to set their air conditioning to warm the bus and left motors idling for up to 20 minutes. When one stopped another started so we had an hour of continuous diesel motors idling before they all left by 8am. The buses were parked at times with the engine and exhaust about 3 metres from our van making the noise very intrusive. This is a very popular overnighter for school children, who were well behaved. The management should look at alternate parking so that ensuite site occupiers are not inconvenienced by bus noise.

Report By: G&P Flagstaff Hill SA(51)
Date of Stay: May 2014 Rating: 4
We stayed in an en-suite site. It cost $40p/n and was excellent value considering Canberra is not a cheap place to stay. There are 4 en-suites down the back of this huge and spacious park. They are drive through with some fake lawn between your van and the en-suite. You can drive in either direction so as to face the en-suite. It is an excellent arrangement. The en-suite was clean and reasonable in size. Roos come in at night. Very few trees down the back and very open and plenty of room. The park is a resort style, lots of cabins, school groups, buses but these are no problem. The basic powered sites are just that, some scrappy lawn but pleasant surrounds. Welcome was efficient and impersonal. The park is under the flight path to Canberra airport but not a real issue. Sutton is actually in NSW but a pleasant drive into the city along the Barton Hway and Northbourne Ave. There is a United petrol station next door with cheap fuel.