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Lake Tinaroo Holiday Park

3 Ratings



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Joeleen Bettini, campsite manager, Aircamper since August 2020

This listing has been verified by the campsite manager and was last updated June 2020.

3 Reviews

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Sarnia Cherie Ralston
1 year ago

Great fun. Close to great fishing spots. Lots of water skiers, child friendly (jumping pillow hectic at times). Great facilities.

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Corporate to Caravan
2 years ago

We had a fun filled week here, kids enjoyed scootering around and making friends at the jumping pillow. Staff are friendly and helpful. They put on a fantastic night with $10 pasta dinner, camp fire... Read more

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Christine B.
3 years ago

Peaceful place on the side of a lake, across the road is a very good war memorial to soldiers and dogs who were in the Afghanistan war.


4 -28 Tinaroo Falls Dam Road,

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Caravan Park
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