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8 Reviews

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Marieke B.
11 months ago
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Denise M.
1 year ago

Great spot to stay just out of Hobart. It is off a main highway and not walking distance. $10 per person with toilet, bathroom and laundry facilities.

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1 year ago

Good and well equiped kitchen, clean facilities and 20 minute drive from Hobart!

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1 year ago
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Sara G.
1 year ago

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Sam L. 1 year ago

How much is it each night and is there sites that are tent friendly?


2 people payed $20 non-powered, and yes heaps of tent friendly spots. Only during summer months. by Marieke B.



Gilwell Dr,
Kingston 7050,

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BP Kingston

2.29 km

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