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Reports by:- Jenar

Qld, Goondiwindi, Goondiwindi Holiday Park

Date of Stay: September 2018 Rating: 3
Friendly and welcoming Reception. Generous and well maintained sites, many with annexe slabs. Power and water handy to most sites. Amenities are the ensuite style and very clean. Heated pool and grassy sites were real bonuses.

NSW, Cobar, Cobar Caravan Park

Date of Stay: September 2018 Rating: 3
Friendly and welcoming Reception. Generous and well maintaind sites, most with annexe slabs. Power and water handy. Amenities clean but dated. Shady trees and grassy sites a real bonus. Adjacent to truck parking area which can become noisy so best to try for a site on the western side of the park away from potential noise.

NSW, Broken Hill, Lakeview Caravan Park

Date of Stay: September 2018 Rating: 2.5
Mediocre customer service at Reception however some reasonably generous sites just don't expect Reception to know which ones they are. Power, water and sullage generally handy. Amenities are old but mostly clean. Green grass was an unexpected bonus after our continued Outback travels.

SA, Port Augusta, Shoreline Caravan Park

Date of Stay: September 2018 Rating: 3
Generous sites with big rigs well catered for. Power, water and sullage all handy. Amenities are old but generally clean. Been here before and happy to return.

SA, Woomera, Woomera Travellers Village And Caravan Park

Date of Stay: September 2018 Rating: 3
Friendly reception; power, water and sullage all handy. Generous sites with big rigs well catered for. Amenities are clean but quite cramped. Very dry and dusty but it's the same everywhere else in these parts. Be sure to book ahead as it was full the night that we stayed. Woomera is like a ghost town.

SA, Coober Pedy, Oasis Coober Pedy Tourist Park

Date of Stay: September 2018 Rating: 3
POSITIVES - Friendly and welcoming reception, water available at certain sites for a nominal fee, very quiet, amenities old but clean, George's tours well worth the $$s. NEGATIVES - Park is a more of a parking lot than a caravan park, all sites are very narrow particularly the drive throughs which end up having less than 2 metres between vans.

SA, Marla, Marla Travellers Rest Caravan Park

Date of Stay: September 2018 Rating: 2.5
This park is out the back of the Caltex Roadhouse which is open 24 hours. The park has grassed areas and 2 drive through sections. There are several power outlets scattered around this area and you simply park as close as possible to the power without parking on the grass. No drinking water is available. Amenities are big and generally clean but overdue for some "spring cleaning" of cobwebs, stains etc. A good overnighter but it fills up mid-afternoon so plan to arrive early afternoon as they don't take bookings.

NT, Yulara, Ayers Rock Resort Campground

Date of Stay: September 2018 Rating: 2
Standard of customer service at Reception was appalling. Some powered sites are larger than others and some sites get annexe slabs although they are very small and poorly located. Amenities were large but poorly maintained and often very dirty. Hard to recommend this park ($53PN for 2A) but nowhere else to stay here. Diesel $2.18/L - rip off!

NSW, Coonabarabran, John Oxley Caravan Park

Date of Stay: September 2018 Rating: 3
Friendly and welcoming Reception. Generous and well maintained sites, most with annexe slabs. Power and water handy. Amenities clean but dated. Shady trees and grassy sites a real bonus.

Qld, Mount Isa, Discovery Holiday Park Argylla

Date of Stay: August 2018 Rating: 3
Friendly reception; power, water and sullage all handy. Clean amenities. Very dry and dusty but it's the same everywhere else in these parts. Only negatives are that sites are very narrow and management seems to prefer to have most vans packed in like sardines when other parts of the park are vacant. I am sure that fellow campers would be much happier if, during these quiet times, only every second or so site was occupied.