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Tumby Bay Caravan Park

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Reviewed 2 days ago NEW

This was a nice park with very helpful staff. Fairly small sites and when I explained that I was a very light sleeper they put us in the overflow area where it was quiet and we had plenty of room. Two shower blocks which is good and they are nice and clean but a bit dated.

Thank Carol K
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We visited on a travel auction for 10 nights but disappointed. Left early although amenities clean only an old hand towel yuk no very hygienic park was very tired and needs upgrade .staff friendly and close to beach and walking tracks.Within walking distance to jetty

Thank Dianne W
Reviewed 8 January 2017 via mobile

We stayed on a powered site,its definitely one of the best parks we have camped in.The disabled bathroom would of been the best one my husband has been in apart from no soap or towel to dry your hands.It has 2 amenities blocks which is great,but they put out hand towels to dry your hands....Yuck!During our stay my youngest child...

Thank kylie f
Rochester, Australia
Reviewed 4 January 2017 via mobile

Kid friendly, although bordering on dangerous with the higgldy piggldy and jammed-in site layout. Shows heads in amenities need attention, but clean and neat. Beware beach swimmers, wear shoes or head closer to the jetty area to avoid razorfish. A bloke in a horse and carriage is there every afternoon doing rides. Kids were super keen, but after talking to...

Thank Jane R
Greater Sydney, Australia
Reviewed 3 December 2016

We stayed at this Top Tourist caravan park in late October for 2 nights. We had a large drive thru powered gravel site with ocean and sunrise views for our 25ft caravan. Majority of the other sites are small and need to reverse in but plenty of shade. The staff are friendly and the amenties are clean. Tiolets and showers...

Thank Lee-Ann S
Nuriootpa, Australia
Reviewed 1 December 2016

Stayed here in November. Weather was mild. Staff very helpful and friendly, Gravel sites are large and easy to set up on. Had a good view of the ocean. The park is pet friendly and there are walking trails on the edge of the park with easy access to a clean and safe beach.

Thank paaldy
Bundaberg, Australia
Reviewed 28 November 2016

A great park in a great spot! Sites are nice and roomy. Amenities are older, but immaculate and nicely presented. Tumby Bay is a lovely place made all the more comfortable by such a relaxed caravan park.

Thank ChrisG20162016
Colac, Australia
Reviewed 16 November 2016

Great little town and caravan park. Good amenities, nice park, friendly staff, great location. We are travelling with friends and they loved the oysters staight off the jetty. Beautiful spot lots of great beaches.

Thank Donna B
Horsham, Australia
Reviewed 13 November 2016

We had an en suite here that was very fresh and clean with bath mats provided. The other amenities although older appeared well kept. The sites are a very good size and the location near the foreshore was good for walking the dog.

Thank Mike C
Melbourne, Australia
Reviewed 10 November 2016 via mobile

Tumby Bay is on a very photogenic crescent beach with lots of pelicans near the fish cleaning bench of the caravan park. The park is right on the beach at one end of town and it's a great location. There are signs along the foreshore 'Beware razor fish. Wear shoes.' Locals say the other end of the beach is safe....

Thank Rarisang

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  • Free Parking
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  • Beachfront
  • Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
  • Free Parking

Additional Information about Tumby Bay Caravan Park

Address: 50 Tumby Terrace, Tumby Bay, South Australia 5605, Australia
Region: Australia > South Australia > Tumby Bay
Number of rooms: 14
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