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My wife and I have just had 7 days here at the caravan park.
It is a quaint and small park in a very good location.
Yes sites are smallish. But they offer privacy and are more than adequate.
One thing that we both commented...More
We stayed here for 5 days and have felt comfortable and relaxed. The park is small and the sites are a bit tight but the atmosphere and superb location makes up for that. The beach is lovely. Happy hour every day at 5pm.
Way above expectations. Beautiful surroundings, friendly staff and very clean accommodation.
Sitting here in pillow top beds with a fantastic ocean view.
Not sure how to improve that?
In case you are reading this.....
don't bother booking as we call dibs on Room 4 for...More
Response from Newell Beach C, Manager at Newell Beach Caravan ParkResponded 1 January 2017
Thankyou Very much for your kind words and support, glad you enjoyed your stay, we hope to see you again in the future.
Thankyou again for leaving the room as neat and tidy as you found it we really appreciate your kindness.
Till Next time,...More
very small sites and we only had a motorhome. I think the people were friendly but clicky because many go year after year sometimes for months. Toilets & showers were clean but basic. Swimming pool was clean and refreshing in the warm weather especially as...More
Thank June C
Response from Warren F, Front Office Manager at Newell Beach Caravan ParkResponded 21 November 2016
Dear J, thankyou for your feed back, we really do hate this faceless review systems and we that you had came to us to discuss what would improve the amenities block, as we hear these comments of clean but basic al the time but that...More
Barbara B from Gympie, your recollection of the Newell Beach Caravan Park to what actually happened when YOU and YOUR husband raised YOUR voices at the owner's wife. You were then asked to leave along with support from one of the caravan owners in the...More