On arrival we popped into reception and we greeted a gentleman at the desk whom had little to no enthusiasm for new guests. Gave us a map of the park and a selection of 4 places to park. All spots were in direct sunlight while the rest of the park was shaded by trees. The camp kitchen was fairly decent, although the fridge is fully of random people food including what I think was dog food all outside of properly packed bags. Cooker needed a lighter/match to work. However, toilets and showers were very clean and the laundry is $3. The park is a 30second walk to the bay. At $24 dollars for an unpowered sight a night, it’s an ok stop over but wouldn’t recommend this for backpackers if you’re after any sort of friendly or upbeat vibe.