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We stayed here for 3 Nights. So glad we did. Perfect spot for relaxing after a tour of the Outback. The Town of Port Pirie is picking up, with the re-development of the smelter. Don't forget to visit the Tourist Bureau for the whole story...More
We are 2 people with 3 small dogs in our caravan.
We are on our way to Ceduna from Melbourne and we stopped here for 3 nights and have extended our stay as we enjoyed it that much.
Clean , tidy park, clean amenities, water...More
The owners were very friendly and helpful. We stayed for 3 nights, because of the size of our campertrailer we picked the grass area, the grass had just grown back from the heatwave we had earlier this year, it needed to be trimmed and the...More
We stayed a night on our way home from Uluru on a recent family holiday. We decided to stop at Port Pirie rather than Port Augusta because we had heard of a lot of crime at Port Augusta.
The people at the caravan park are...More
Management/owners are great , happy to help and assist with things to see an do. In the older area of the park , sites don't appear to be marked and or numbered which made finding your site difficult, even tho we were shown ours ,...More
Response from Alh01Brisbane | Reviewed this property |
Yes, they have ensuite cabins, and they are very popular. Don't believe the price for three nights varies from the single night price - think you need 7 days to get a discount. They also have non-ensuited cabins, which are... More
Yes, they have ensuite cabins, and they are very popular. Don't believe the price for three nights varies from the single night price - think you need 7 days to get a discount. They also have non-ensuited cabins, which are clean but a bit basic, and only a short walk to facilities. Bit chilly in winter though.
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"During extreme heat, ring an hour or two before arrival requesting the air con be switched on for you"