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East Beach Tourist Park

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5 Reviews

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7 months ago
Photo of Nick
1 year ago

Great location and affordable campsites with all amenties recently upgraded. Multiple camp kitchens with clean, modern features. Huge area for motorhomes and caravans down the end section. You can take powered, unpowered, or self sufficient sites. Great on site manager showed me around and his wife has good things planned for the cafe. I'll be visiting again!

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Jenny G.
2 years ago

Large open camp sites, many are drive-through. Basic amenities, but suitable. Short walk to lovely beach. Can use fire pot.

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Owen m.
2 years ago

Great little spot, right next to a relaxing beach, 10 min walk to see some amazing fairy penguins, hot showers and a lovely couple run the park. Would recommend for anyone to visit

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Neville R.
2 years ago


Cnr East Beach Rd & Gunn Pde,
Low Head,

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Caravan Park
Cabins Available


Shell Georgetown

3.39 km

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