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Queenstown Cabin & Tourist Park

4 Ratings

Gas refills available at Park



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Andrea Freeman, campsite manager, Aircamper since January 2021

This listing has been verified by the campsite manager and was last updated January 2021.

4 Reviews

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Sixpence C.
1 week ago

Very friendly staff. Great prices, great facilities/amenities. Would recommend!

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4 months ago

Nice and clean caravan park and toilets were nice and

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Julian E.
10 months ago
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1 year ago

Quite small park. Owners were beautiful and were willingly to do anything to make us feel welcome and comfortable. Amenities are dated but unique, they have made it feel like a home bathroom. Laundry costs were good.


17 Grafton St,

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Listing type
Caravan Park
No. of sites
Allotted Site
Cabins Available
Family Parks


Caltex Queenstown

0.65 km

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