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Dalby Tourist Park, Dalby

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160 km west of Brisbane. Myall Street, 200m from town center. Coming along the Warrego Hwy from the east, turn right into Myall Street, the park is on the left. Ph: 07 4662 4793. Pets at manager's discretion.

Report By: The Meadows(146)
Date of Stay: November 2017 Rating: 3.5
Well kept park with clean modern amenities, showers are large with plenty of drying space. We paid $30 for 2 adults for a large powered grass site. Friendly owner, small swimming pool in park. No dump point but one just a couple of hundred yards up the road.

Report By: Peter & Lee(133)
Date of Stay: August 2017 Rating: 4
Manager's name is John & Ann
Pleasant park backing onto Myall creek and walking distance to town.
Friendly staff, no complaints, staff explained park layout and facilities. Good value for money $42 for 2A PN, ensuite, peak season. Amenities are close to all sites, there was adequate hot water. Adequate number of tourist sites, mostly level sites, good night lighting, sites will accommodate large motorhomes and 5th wheelers, annex slabs to some sites, ensuite sites available, adequate taps close by, adequate sullage close by. Good laundry, no rec room, no camp kitchen, dump point, book swap available carrier used was Telstra, reception quality was 5. Quiet, claustrophobic 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 few days, well maintained park.
Liked:- Good walkways along the creek accessed thru the back gates. Dog friendly. Fire pit. Grassy sites. Good site lighting
Disliked:- Single garbage skip a fair walk from all sites. Sites a bit tight. I rolled my awning up when my neighbor arrived to give him a bit of space.

Report By: Redcaps Gelorup(62)
Date of Stay: May 2017 Rating: 3.5
Only changes to last report, now $35 per night, amenities very clean, no entertainment and pub offers very good deals

Report By: Baz & Mick(223)
Date of Stay: July 2015 Rating: 3
This is an ok park,we were a little disappointed for the money.($33 per night).The sites around the boundary were narrow but long with most sites with a slab.The kitchen area is very basic.The amenities showers need a good floor scrub.The park still have a free sausage sizzle and a country and western singer on Thursday nights,we didn't attend because of the bad weather.Passing traffic was noisy late at night and early morning. In our opinion this park is overpriced for what you get.

Report By: Gerry P(10)
Date of Stay: August 2014 Rating: 4
Very friendly park. New owners are about to take over and they seem to be equally as nice. We stayed for a week (pay for 6 and get 7 nights) and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Very close to major shopping areas as well as a good pub and takeaway shops. Fantastic walking path along the Myall Creek - great for walking the dog. The highlight for us was the Thursday night free sausage sizzle around the campfire (eat as many as you want), while listening to a very talented live country and western singer. Great to mingle with the other campers. The better sites are along the back, on the grass and overlooking the Myall Creek, which incidentally has quite a lot of bird life, including pelicans.

Report By: straflo(152)
Date of Stay: August 2014 Rating: 3
Friendly warm welcome by owners. $33 per night. Reverse onto sites along boundary, but plenty of room to do so on large asphalt area in middle. Sites are narrow but quite long. Amenities were old but very clean. Suitable for overnight or several days. Most things within walking distance - shops, info centre, parks. Fitness equipment on walking path near gate 1 exit and aquatic centre next door. Great playground just on other side of creek. RSL closed.

Report By: Mad Mick(256)
Date of Stay: April 2014 Rating: 3.5
Good well maintained park. 32 bucks (powered site 2A). People with kids may find it a pricey as there is nothing at all to amuse the little tackers. A pool at least should be a basic requirement for a park in Qld. Host of the park is a real good bloke who explained the park layout, the town layout and also tourism spots. Sites are narrow in size but long in length. Wide roads make it a piece of cake to get onto and off the site. Sites on the edge of the park are grassed with slabs and well shaded. Sites in the middle of the park are on asphalt with no shade. They would not be all that comfortable in the heat. Amenities block clean with OK showers, but would not cope in peak time. Basic BBQ area and Dump Point and nothing else in the park. Within walking distance of shopping center, pubs, fast food outlets etc.