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Portland Bay Holiday Park, Portland

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Formerly called the Centenary Caravan Park. 184 Bentinck St. 1 km N of PO. Turn left at KFC / Mobil service station - park entry is directly ahead atnext T intersection. Office on left. Watch out for tram running past entrance in Bentinick St. Ph: 03 5523 1487 or 1800 751 179. Pets at manager's discretion.

Report By: Redcaps Gelorup(70)
Date of Stay: May 2018 Rating: 3
$35 per night. North end of park open no shade large sites drive through no slabs not level, Southern end shady and well protected but sites smaller some a lot smaller. Amenities cleaned day we arrived left 3 days later never cleaned again. Close to town.

Report By: Wags(6)
Date of Stay: April 2017 Rating: 4.5
$32 a night 2 people on 3 night special deal. Dog friendly. Staff very friendly and helpful as I had to do some repairs and they lent me tools to do the job. Good value for money being start of school holidays. Good toilets and showers. Have drive through sites, some other sites would cater for only smaller vans. Entertainment put on for children. Suitable for a week or more.

Report By: Dave & Elsie(28)
Date of Stay: January 2017 Rating: 4
This is an excellent park with reasonably clean amenities. At check-in, the office staff were extremely helpful. We were handed maps and discount voucher for local cafes. We were assigned a site with a spectacular view over the bay across to the Port loading wharves (don't miss the way the B-Doubles are unloaded). I have rated the park down a bit because of our site. We needed a neighbour with a high lift jack to unhitch, and hitch up when leaving because of the non-level site. However, we will stay again.

Report By: Happy Wanderers(107)
Date of Stay: March 2016 Rating: 3
This park has bore water, however it's not too bad.
$36 for 2A. Paid $30.85, reduced for Stay 7 pay 6. Sites will accommodate large motorhomes and 5th wheelers. carrier used was Telstra, reception quality was 4.
Liked:- The space and grassed sites were great.
Disliked:- The drive through site we had was out in the open with no shade or protection from the almost constant wind. Also most of the drive through sites were not level.
Parking:- Out the front of the office.
Local Information:- Gannets nest on Point Danger, there is a seal colony on Cape Bridgewater, Petrified Forest, blow hole, lighthouses, Enchanted Forest, lots of walks to do. The Mac Hotel does a good dinner at a reasonable price and is within walking distance of the park.
Road Conditions:- Mostly good, though we came from the Great Ocean Road which is narrow, hardly any shoulders and bad surface.

Report By: granite53(52)
Date of Stay: June 2015 Rating: 4
Check your site before you access it - we explained the length of our van-8m and the site we were allocated meant the hitch protruded 1m onto the road so we moved, no problem. The park is quiet even though it was a long weekend. The roads and access in the park is good. It is a pet friendly park - dogs on leashes. Funnily enough one van straddled 2 sites and no body in the office was concerned.