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Lovely caravan park set along a stream, clean tidy and exc facilities. Great hosts and a free farm and Tassie devil feeding show for the kids. Beautiful setting onto the Huon river and nice spacious campsites.
A wonderful find in the beautiful Huon area. We camped with friends for 3 nights & then extended our stay to 5. Bookings are not taken, however, a site is always guaranteed. We scored a grassy powered site on the river. Perfect!! Everything is so...More
Beautiful location, family friendly. Was oonly going to stay one night and move on but we opted for another night it was so nice. One of my favourite places in Tasmania, would easily recommend to anyone else
I loved this farm stay Caravan Park! I stayed for just over a week on my own. It's a massive site with plenty of space! Each pitch is large so you don't feel cramped up next to the person in the pitch next to you!...More
We stayed overnight on an unpowered site.
Their website states $35 per night for 2 adults plus $5 for our child, yet I was charged $50 with no explanation.
The area was nice and flat with good grass, the amenities were good although everyone in...More
Thank Jackie D
Response from Huon Valley C, Manager at Huon Valley Caravan ParkResponded 23 March 2017
Thankyou for your review, we are glad you enjoyed your stay with us, we hope you also enjoyed the 4pm Tassie Devil feeding and farm show which is free for the patrons of our park.
The pricing on our website is correct an unpowered site...More
Response from wundowie2 | Reviewed this property |
The park is next to the beautiful Huon River and unfortunately the river flooded the park and part of the town of Huonville, with the biggest flood in 20 years. It's open now and back in business. We love this park. Try... More
The park is next to the beautiful Huon River and unfortunately the river flooded the park and part of the town of Huonville, with the biggest flood in 20 years. It's open now and back in business. We love this park. Try again, it's worth it.