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Reports by:- Jenar

Qld, Mount Isa, Discovery Holiday Park Argylla

Date of Stay: May 2017 Rating: 2.5
Quite a big park near the highway and a few kms east of town. Most sites are level and grassy but all are quite narrow so your neighbor's van is virtually touching your rolled out awning. Internal streets are also very narrow so some big rigs may struggle in peak periods. Water, power & sullage all handy. Amenities were large with plenty of facilities. Park was quite full each night that we were there so suggest arrive early or book ahead.

Qld, Tannum Sands, Discovery Parks -Tannum Sands

Date of Stay: May 2017 Rating: 4.5
Big open park with lots of grass and trees and just across the road from the beach. Virtually all sites have annexe slabs with water, sullage & power all handy. Amenities are a little tired but clean. Plenty of room for big rigs. Situated at the end of the Esplanade so extremely quiet. Manager, Andy, was on Reception when we arrived and he is unbelievably helpful. Highly recommended park.

Qld, Tambo, Tambo Mill Motel And Van Park

Date of Stay: May 2017 Rating: 4.5
Little Gem with less than 20 sites but mainly drive through, big rigs no problem. Well set up so each site is quite private and has its own grass for annex. Right beside the main road so quite noisey during the day abut not so bad at night. Amenities block consists of 4 ensuites which although a little dated were very clean. Also has laundry and dump point. Ideal for "grey nomads" as no kids playground & no camp kitchen so at $30pn for 2A on power we loved it. This park is substantially better than the offering in town. We will certainly be back.

Qld, Winton, Tattersalls Hotel Van Park

Date of Stay: May 2017 Rating: 3.5
Big open basic park opposite hotel. Grass strips for annex. Water, sullage & power all handy. Amenities are old but clean. Plenty of room for big rigs. Meals at pub quite good and discount for park visitors attractive. Very quiet at night and just around the corner from the main drag. The bakery beside the pub is also great. Will definitely stay here again when next in town.

Qld, Boulia, Boulia Caravan Park

Date of Stay: May 2017 Rating: 3
Big open basic park beside highway although very quiet, particularly at night. Water and power handy and there are some slabs. However best part is all the lovely green grass. Amenities are old but clean. Plenty of room for big rigs.

Qld, Cloncurry, Cloncurry Caravan Park Oasis

Date of Stay: May 2017 Rating: 2
Quite a big park beside the highway but very quiet. All sites are level and some have grass. Plenty of room for big rigs. Water & power are handy. Amenities are tired but generally clean. Friendly managers but disappointing to see that dogs are allowed to roam off-leash despite rules to the contrary.

Qld, Julia Creek, Julia Creek Caravan Park

Date of Stay: May 2017 Rating: 3.5
Very good council park in easy walking distance of town but well off highway so lovely and quiet at all times. This park has been recently refurbished with bitumen roads and many annex slabs. Many sites are drive through so big rigs well catered for. Amenities are roomy and very clean. Water, power and sullage handy to all sites. Mangers are particularly friendly. At $24 p/n for 2A on powered site don't understand why RVers squeeze themselves in out at the free RV friendly park with no power, no water, no amenities.

Qld, Hughenden, Allan Terry Caravan Park

Date of Stay: May 2017 Rating: 3
Good park in easy walking distance of town but well off highway so lovely and quiet at all times despite being opposite train line which is seldom in use. Park surfaces are mainly bitumen and there are many drive thru sites with all of these having grass verges for annex/awning. Big rigs well catered for. Amenities are roomy and clean although the number of shower stall and toilets may be inadequate in peak periods. Water, power and sullage handy to all sites. Good value at $28 p/n for 2A on powered site.

Qld, Charters Towers, Aussie Outback Oasis Cabin And Van Village

Date of Stay: May 2017 Rating: 4
Lots of trees and a fair amount of grass. Extremely quiet. Many sites have annex slabs and some are drive thru so big rigs well catered for. Amenities have generous cubicles and were very clean. Highly recommended.

Qld, Lucinda, Wanderers Holiday Village

Date of Stay: May 2017 Rating: 4.5
Excellent big open park with lots of grass and trees. Virtually all sites have annex slabs with water, sullage & power all handy. Amenities are huge, modern and very clean. Plenty of room for big rigs. Meals at the pub are just ok but the local fish & chip shop is excellent. Highly recommended.