David Pratt, campsite manager, Aircamper since December 2018
This listing has been verified by the campsite manager and was last updated May 2021.
Beautiful park. Lots of facilities. Friendly owners, and a coffee van! This park is just stunning. So many rover front spots - I can’t fault it!! They have a kids water park - so there are lots of families here if that’s your thing. A little on the pricey side but worth it.
Beautiful spot. Friendly staff. Well maintained park. New and very clean facilities. Family friendly and dog friendly. I had a spot on the river and slept to the sounds of rushing water. The mornings were made delightful by the coffee from the on-site barista van. Very good coffee. I didn’t want to leave. Though it is a huge park, I felt my spot was private. Great for large groups or singles. Will be going back.
First time camping with family and met a few mates. All other camoers were great and we all enjoyed our self. While there we went down the rapids and had a swim. Also there is a water park for the kids and just to hang out and cool down. The staff were absolutely awesome and very helpful we have booked again for the end of January and are looking forward to our next family getaway. Also they allow a fire with in there fire pit that they will happily give you when you ask for it and they also can sell you fire kindling and reduce fire wood for your fire.
I came down from QLD and booked here for a month and ended up being here for the whole 2nd Covid lockdown. As an “essential traveller” (ie: full timer) I was allowed to stay despite the park having been officially closed. The managers David & Simon and all the staff are so kind and helpful. The location is gorgeous! Warburton is nestled in the Yarra Valley, just over an hour away from Melbourne and the Warburton Holiday Park runs parallel to the Yarra River and has plenty of riverside, shady sites for tents or caravans. There is a lovely riverside walk through the forest at the end of the caravan park, Warburton shops are a short walk away and the O’Shannassy Aqueduct Trail, Warburton to Lilydale cycle/walking track, Mount Donna Buang and the Redwoods Forest are all close by. Bring your floatation craft so you can enjoy floating down the river from one side of the park to the other. A new free waterpark for the kids has just opened up in the park too that is proving very popular. Several key-coded amenities blocks are spread over the grounds and are always kept clean and well stocked and there is also a coin operated laundry and clothes lines. Dogs are also allowed. I kept telling everyone that I couldn’t have ended up locked down in a better spot! Even during winter, I enjoyed regular bush walks and the spectacular scenery. I can’t rate this park highly enough!
Hi, are there many places to eat & drink close by to have dinner etc ?
Yep! There's Thai food, Indian, Wine bars etc in the town. Not too far by yourself, but you'd want to drive if you have kids. There are some local wineries that are worth checking out for lunch too. by Joel J.
Actually, we are here at the moment and you can easily walk into town with kids. If you walk directly to town on the road it takes 10 minutes, otherwise you can walk along the snaking Yarra for a scenic walk. There are suspension bridges and bridges scattered along the river so you can walk on either side. It's beautiful. by Joel J.
Are you able to have campfire on your site?
Yes! But you have to hire the fire pit stuff from the campsite. We did it on a site with no tent, but it was because we went with other families. by Joel J.
No charge but u buy the timber by Stephen T.
30 Woods Point Rd,
- Listing type
- Caravan Park
- No. of sites
- Allotted Site
- Cabins Available
Shell Warburton0.37 km
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