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Tarra Valley Caravan Park - 2kms to National Park - Tarra Region, Wilsons Promontory
Tarra Valley Road, Tarra Valley, Wilsons Promontory Australia (Caravan Park)
For bookings and enquiries: phone 5186 1283
Tarra Valley - Gippsland’s best kept secret, come find out why!
The Tarra Valley Caravan Park won best caravan/cabin/camping park in the 2016 Prime 7
‘Wellington Regional Tourism People’s Choice Awards’.
CABINS: 1 - Platypus Cabin - Sleeps up to 10. Fully self contained kitchen, ensuite, wood heater (wood supplied free), DVD. 2 - Rosella Cabin - Sleeps up to 6. Fully self contained kitchen, ensuite, wood heater (wood supplied free), DVD. 3 - Koala Cabin & 4 - Wombat Cabin - Sleeps up to 6. Fully self contained kitchen, NO ensuite - close to amenities, electric heater, DVD. 5 - Lyrebird Cabin & 6 - Bluewren Cabin - Sleeps up to 7. 2 bedrooms. Fully self contained kitchen, ensuite, split system air conditioning, DVD. ON SITE CARAVAN: Sleeps 4. Double bed plus 2 bunks. Kitchen, fridge, microwave, stove, heating.
Platypus & Rosella: $120 per double Sun to Fri. $155 per double Sat. Peak $140.00 per double
Lyrebird & Bluewren: $140 per double Sun to Fri. $175 per double Sat. Peak $160.00 per double
Wombat & Koala: $95 per double Sun to Fri. $120 per double Sat. Peak $115.00
$20 per extra adult per night.
$15 per extra child (U14) per night.
child (u5) free
Powered site: $35 per double per night. Peak $45.00
Unpowered site: $28 per double per night. Peak $38.00
$12 per extra person per night.
child u/5 free
Peak times are all Victorian Public Holiday weekends
(including Easter) and 24th December to 6th January
Late checkout can be arranged if available.
10% discount for senior's card & CMCA members.
Stay 7 nights, pay for 6.
Children: 14 and under
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|Tarra Valley Caravan Park - 2kms to National Park Tarra Valley Road, Tarra Valley (Caravan Park)|
|RATES INCLUDE LOCAL TAXES AND FEES UNLESS STATED|
Tarra Valley and Tarra Bulga National Park are just up the road and they are one of Victoria's best kept secrets. Tarra Valley is beautiful, an easy walk through lush tree ferns, ancient Myrtle Beech and giant Mountain Ash to
see Cyathea waterfall. Tarra Bulga is at Balook and has some wonderful designated walks through more rainforest and the famous "Corrigans" suspension bridge. The information centre is well worth a visit and is open on weekends and all holidays.
Visit historic Port Albert (the best fish & chips) or surf on the Ninety Mile beach, which is only 40 minutes away. Drive the stunning Grand Ridge road with its spectacular views of Wilson's Promontory and the Strzelecki Ranges.
Enjoy a beer at the boutique brewery at Mirboo North and visit Mini Ha Ha waterfall at Hiawatha and Agnes Falls near Toora which make a wonderful day trip coming back via Yarram.
1.5 hours drive to Wilsons Promontory National Park.
- Accommodation for 2
- Adult retreat
- DVD player
- Fully equipped kitchen
- On site manager
- Pet friendly
- Reverse cycle air conditioning
- Self contained
- Wood heater
Things to do:
Welcome to the Tarra Valley Caravan Park, "Fernholme". Situated on the picturesque Tarra River, approximately two and a half hours from Melbourne. You will feel so refreshed and relaxed at "Fernholme"... just the sound of the birds, the babbling of the Tarra River and the wonderful rain forest environment will soothe you. You
will see and hear the elusive lyrebird and if you are very lucky might see a platypus or a koala. The river has trout, blackfish and fresh water crays. You have the choice of rustic cabins or powered and tent sites (some right on the banks of the river). We have two BBQ sheds with huge open fires both with free gas BBQs (one bbq shed has a microwave, jug and toaster). Or you can have your own fire drum to sit around and toast your marshmallows. You can enjoy a delicious Devonshire Tea at our tea rooms which sells light snacks, drinks, ice-creams, bread, milk and all the basics as well some giftware and postcards. And don't forget to say hello to Jo-Jo our friendly cockatoo, watch the parrots and finches being fed and in the evening you can feed the possums. (Just mind your fingers). You can bring along your pet dog, as long as it is well trained and kept on a lead (and pick up the doggy doo's) they will enjoy their holiday as well. (Just remember you cannot take your dog into any National Park).
What ever the time of year, in Winter when it's cold and damp and misty (best time to see the rain forest), the Autumn with the wonderful coloured leaves, the Spring with the blossom, camelia's and rhododendroms and of course Summer when you can sit with your feet in the river and read a good book. Once you have discovered Tarra Valley you will want to come back again and again!
Other Information & Additional Facilities:
- Cyathea Falls - Tarra Bulga: 5.2km
- Tarra Bulga National Park - Balook: 5.4km
- Grand Ridge Road - Balook: 5.4km
- Corrigan's Suspension Bridge - Tarra Bulga: 5.5km
- The Old Port Trail - Port Albert: 20.1km
- Gippsland Regional Maritime Museum - Port Albert: 23.8km
- Port Albert Wharf: 24.3km
- Welshpool Pathway: 24.6km
- Welshpool Hotel: 24.6km
- Agnes Falls - Hazel Park: 26.1km
- Port Welshpool Pathway: 26.5km
- Port Welshpool and District Maritime Museum: 26.8km
- Port Welshpool Boat Ramp: 27.1km
- Grand Ridge Rail Trail - Boolarra: 29.0km
- Turtons Creek Reserve - Foster: 29.6km
- Toora Lodge Motel Bistro: 30.5km
- Toora Bird Hide: 32.3km
- Port Franklin: 35.0km
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