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Uralla Caravan Park, Uralla

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17 Queen St. From Armadale, first street on right (Kings Street). If heading N turn left at thunderbolts pub and follow down to park and turn right. Van park is on your left. Ph: 02 6778 4763. Kui Parks member. All pets allowed.

Report By: Almo of Mt Gambier(39)
Date of Stay: August 2017 Rating: 3
Friendly staff, no complaints, staff explained park layout and facilities. Good value for money $26.00 for 2A PN, powered. Amenities are close to all sites, were clean, condition is good, water pressure is good, there was adequate hot water, soap provided, dry change area, paper towels/dryer provided. Adequate number of tourist sites, mostly level sites, good night lighting, sites will accommodate medium to large vans, no sites with annex slabs, very few sites are shaded, drive-through sites, adequate taps close by, adequate sullage close by. Basic laundry, no rec room, no camp kitchen, you can use your mobile wireless carrier used was Telstra, reception quality was 3. Quiet, open & roomy park, inadequate shade, a few permanent/annual vans. No BBQs. No playground. No pool. Suitable for overnighter.
Liked:- A short walk to the local bowling club where good meals are available.

Report By: GeeNEmm(138)
Date of Stay: May 2016 Rating: 2.5
A no frills park, but perfectly adequate for an overnighter or even longer if you don't want extras. Julie still manages the park, with a 'temporary' offsider that we seem to encounter each time we stay here and he's great, helpful and friendly. $26 PN 2A with motor club discount, or seniors discount, or dole discount.... We got to choose site and for overnighter went drive through, with later arrivals some can be face on, zipper like. For longer stays you could choose one of the few reverse ons. A few permanents there of the very well maintained, older person style and we had lovely chat with one of the ladies who monitors the efficient running of the laundry. Older style but well maintained amenities, 2 toilets separate to shower room which is handy (except hand basins are in shower room). Minimal highway noise. Short stroll into town, with a good array of shops. Info Centre is very good.

Report By: P Lynch(29)
Date of Stay: August 2014 Rating: 3
Cost 2 nights - $50 (Powered Site) Manager - Julie. a very friendly lady who has run the park for some 6 years. Julie escorted us on to our site and gave helpful information re the park layout and town attractions and favored eating places. Park - A medium sized park with about 8 permanents, a few cabins and about 25 tourist sites. All sites had power and 4 or 5 were gravel drive through. Actual sites were spacious enough and level but probably not suitable for a long stay. Amenities block was very basic but clean & tidy. There were 2 toilets and 2 showers for the men and the same for the women. (one toilet for men was out of order on our visit). Water pressure was good and there was plenty of hot water. We arrived in very wet conditions so park was not at it’s best for sitting around outside. Television reception was good as was internet (Telstra). Very quiet park with no highway noise. There is easy access to the reception/office area and also to all sites. Town itself is only about a 200m walk away and a nice playground/park is next door. In our view this is a good park for overnight stays or a few nights.
Local Information:- Barry, “the story teller”, at the Information Centre, The Top Pub (pub is a lot more trendy than we expected and meals were excellent), Trina’s Café, Historic Town Walk, History of the Bushranger Captain Moonlight and the New England Brewery. There are lots of eating places in the town.

Report By: Sue, Fleur, Jaxon & Connor(185)
Date of Stay: August 2014 Rating: 3.5
This is a very small park with mainly permanents or cabins with a few drive thru sites. It backs onto a creek an dnext to a park and a very short walk into town and is very conviently located. the manager was friendly and walked you to the site and explained where everything was. there is only 1 toilet and 2 showers but I don't think it would become busy as it just does not have the sites there. you are off the main road and it is quite pretty in its location. it could have a little work done to it, it is not flashy or 4 star but it isn't too bad and it isn't really run down it still has a cared for look. the price for 1 adult is $22 a night and she also asks if you are NRMA or seniors so tries to give you a discount which is not that heard off now but much appreciated. the park next door is lovely to walk around with a little creek and bridge, the dogs loved it. Uralla itself has everything you need an a lovely beautiful yummy bakery there I think it was called Moons, would go back just for a cupcake and sandwich so yummy.