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Tumu Toka Curioscape Campground

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  • Terrible6%
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Reviewed 3 February 2016

You don't need to stay at the camp ground to visit here, but you do need to come through in order to visit, but fortunately it's possible to do so as a day visitor. The surrounding area is stunning, with great coastal views, and if...More

Thank AlbanyRick
Reviewed 29 January 2016

I think half of what your opinion is comes from what your preconceptions are. We stayed here one night in a 6 berth motorhome based solely on wanting to be at the Petrified Forrest for low tide early the following day. This site is basic...More

Thank olthomas44
Reviewed 14 January 2016

A great wee spot by the beach, wildlife comes to life in the evening - all day seagulls fly over, the waves gently rock in one side, and crash into the rocks on the other. The camping sports are surrounded by flax bushes which gives...More

Thank Anita R
Reviewed 13 December 2015

This place is hard to describe other than interesting. There is not much here in amenities. Your camp site is in very tall palm grass and you do have power if you need it, other than that there are no other services. The scenery makes...More

1  Thank gjsamson
Reviewed 12 December 2015 via mobile

Whilst the surroundings were cool, beaches cliffs etc the campsite was a little weird. The pitches are in a maze of long grass that could be tricky to navigate. And the facilities on site were well past there best buy date. At $20 a head...More

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Gonen S
23 October 2017|
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Response from James G | Property representative |
Hi. For November it would be advisable to book if you wanted a powered site, if not we have plenty of options for non powered sites so no need to book.
11 February 2017|
Response from Bonstar78 | Reviewed this property |
Hi there, I'm sorry I missed your question. I actually have no idea about whether they are two separate grounds but we stayed at the one closest to the petrified Forest where the penguins are so assume they are the same. We... More
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"This is a campground"
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"Reception closes at 7pm reopens at 10am"
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"I think a non powered site overlooking the bay is a good option, especially if you are self contained."
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"Pick the spots with the ocean view looking at the cliffs on the West side and you'll get the BEST sunset..."
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