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Port Gregory Caravan Park, Port Gregory

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On the coast, 40 km NW of Northampton. 1 hour N of Geraldton and 40 mins S of Kalbarri. Ph: 08 9935 1052. Dogs are allowed, conditions apply.

Report By: SteveT(29)
Date of Stay: July 2018 Rating: 3
Paid $37 per night (2A) during school holidays for week’s stay. Seniors discount available. Lovely Park with grassy sites, some with concrete annex slabs. Most sites have shade. Owners very friendly and put a lot of work into the park to keep it maintained. Good camp kitchen with 2 large bbqs but could do with a hot plate. Large screen TV. and games area. 2 amenities blocks with the main block starting to show its age but the hot water is plentiful and hot with good water pressure. No hand dryers. Laundry has 3 washing machines and 1 dryer. ($3 per wash)There is a smaller camp kitchen with the other smaller amenities block in what is called the lower level. Dump point located in the Park. The town water supply is not suitable for drinking and there are signs at the entrance to town advising this. The park has a large rainwater tank but be prepared to bring own drinking water if required. There is only one general store in town supplying a limited selection of groceries (no fruit or veg) and limited liquor outlet (not open on Sundays) so come prepared. Only fuel outlet in town is at the caravan park.

Report By: Bryan and Vicki(114)
Date of Stay: September 2017 Rating: 3
Great little park population around 70, a general store with alcohol (not Sunday) fuel at caravan park, caravan park is a pleasure to stay at, very friendly lots of annuals as its a fishing village, quiet park, amenities good, dump point, $36 - $32 for seniors per night 2 people, grassed sites. 400 metre's to the beach.

Report By: Nannie(69)
Date of Stay: July 2014 Rating: 2.5
We arrived on the last weekend of the school holidays, there were many sites available. The price per night for a powered site was $32, but seniors discount for $29. There are many cabins/permanent sites, but ample powered/non powered sites. The 2 ablutions are basic but clean, there is 1 laundry with 3 washing machines, no dryer. The park has bore water to the ablutions, laundry and sites, but have rainwater tanks for drinking. Sullage hoses to the ground. Good mobile reception around town, but not at the back of the park. Need a dish for TV. There is now a dump point in the park.