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We spent the Labor day Long weekend here and can't deny it could be a fantastic venue with nice green grass with clean amenities (as clean as you can get for a long weekend) I also understand long weekends are always going to be busy,...More
Lovely location, however spoilt by lack of amenities and general maintenance. I can't believe that there is only one amenities block to service the massive volume of people Kenilworth Homestead cram into their property. Portable toilets were few and far between, and were very poorly...More
We had our wedding here in October and I cannot recommend it highly enough. Felicity, Daen and Perry were so helpful, professional and friendly in the planning of the event and over the weekend. We were able to have our wedding the way we wanted...More
Another awesome camping ground - we booked in ahead and stayed 4 nights over the long weekend - 2 sites, 2 couples and our dog Meg - The Mary was a few feet deep so the kids in the camp left their bikes for the...More
Fantastic location with super friendly staff! Clean amenities and nice and close to kenilworth itself! Highly recommend for a great camping experience. They also do lots of fun activities for kids and families during holidays!
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Having a powered site now days is more luxury than really needed. To get back to grass roots camping, an esky with ice should last a weekend, plenty of battery or rechargeable light sources are available (cheap) and double... More
Having a powered site now days is more luxury than really needed. To get back to grass roots camping, an esky with ice should last a weekend, plenty of battery or rechargeable light sources are available (cheap) and double as emergency home lighting.
A 4 person tent can be bought from under $100 or up to the skies the limit. And a blow up mattress is the cheapest start to bedding. The single burner gas stoves are the cheapest way to start the kitchen off, and come in handy as a spare as your kitchen grows.
Depending on you child's age or skills with water I would most likely camp on the larger paddock below the toilet block. If the kids are older and you don't mind a longer walk to the loos camp on the bottom paddock.
As you camp more look at weather it is worth buying or bringing all the powered gadgets. Best thing no power means no technology and it makes us all have to use the grey matter more.
I progressed out of the tent around 10 years ago to a camper trailer, but for quick over night trips the tent and minimal gear comes out.
The town of Kenilworth also is worth a visit, ice cream at the cheese factory has been a favorite with my kids.