We had a terrible experience with this park, unfortunately. We were really looking forward to staying in a quiet forest-filled area of Canberra, but alas did not work out as planned.
We booked an unpowered site here (we were camping in a mini-van on our trip), and when we arrived (at 8:30pm), the unfriendly woman at the desk informed us that we would need to sleep in a tent rather than our van (!? this had never happened on our 3 week long trip). She didn't explain adequately why we weren't allowed to sleep in our van rather than a tent; she simply told us that it was "just their policy". We were refunded and slept in a car park in Canberra... not ideal, but we didn't have any other options so late at night. The inflexibility of the staff put us in a less than ideal situation. I would definitely not recommend this place to anyone because of this experience.
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- Make yourself at home in the heart of the city...Nestled in a quiet bushland setting less than 5 minutes from the heart of the city, we are your perfect home away from home when visiting Canberra. Featuring a huge choice of modern and spacious villas, cabins and motel rooms, a great cafe, bar, pool and spa, leisure facilities and friendly helpful staff, all just a few minutes drive from the National Capital's biggest attractions. ... more less
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