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Sunset Beach Holiday Spot

3 Ratings

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    Allows fires

3 Reviews

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Angela B.
2 weeks ago

After confirming 3 weeks prior to our proposed date to stay, and also being told to confirm arrival in the day, when we called just not with our ETA, we were told they don’t accommodate tents... We told the establishment the whole time we are camping in tents, and then to be refused on the day and forced to find last minute accommodation is a nightmare. Dismissive staff basically saying I didn’t tell you that tents were allowed... sounds like a you problem and not a me problem...

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Susan & Malcolm Jennings
2 years ago

Basic bush beachside camping. Clean flushing toilets and showers. A bit of road noise. Dump point but no rinsing water. No potable water.

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Christie M.
2 years ago

This was a great caravan spot right off the main road and with fabulous views of the water. Affordable, great facilities (toilets, hot shower and kitchen facilities) and owners are really friendly. Would definitely recommend!!



Location

3532 Arthur Hwy,
Murdunna,
Tasmania

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Closest

Dunalley Shell

2.06 km

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