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Marlo Ocean Views Caravan Park

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2 Reviews

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Joy
1 day ago

Stayed here a week - $210. Discounts may apply for length of stay. Park is located opposite the river/beach which is why we choose to stay here and it suited us well to do the Estuary walks from, there is another park in the Main Street, 5 min walk away. Staff are friendly and you will often see them about doing gardening or maintenance. Made up of 2 blocks separated by a local street, we stayed on a grassy, powered site in the first block. Mostly made up of permanent cabins & onsite vans with extensions, some modern some pretty shabby looking. Facilities were new, showers were spacious, hot and clean. Lemon tree behind kitchen had plenty of fruit to use. In the northern block across the road facilitates were still good but not new and nice grassy sites.

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Adam T.
9 months ago

Nice park



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21 Marine Pde,
Marlo,
Victoria

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