Caravan Park Wanted Queensland

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Postby amanda » Wed Jan 30, 2008 9:01 am

Like will_deness I think Wooyoung still has permanents. It's 7k's south of Pottsville and the park is straight across the road from the surf beach. Don't think they have a website, but the phone number is 02 6677 1300. If they don't have permanenets there is another park in Wooyung a little further south that I'm positive has them. It's worth a try as it's a great, uncrowded surf beach.
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Postby will_deness » Fri Feb 01, 2008 1:55 am

amanda wrote:Like will_deness I think Wooyoung still has permanents. It's 7k's south of Pottsville and the park is straight across the road from the surf beach. Don't think they have a website, but the phone number is 02 6677 1300. If they don't have permanenets there is another park in Wooyung a little further south that I'm positive has them. It's worth a try as it's a great, uncrowded surf beach.

We went past last monday and had a look in. they do have permanents there. BUT in my opinion the park is a bit dumpy.Dunno if I would want to spent regular holidays there, as I said that is just my opinion. Permanents often tend to make parks look untidy.
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Re: Caravan Park Wanted Queensland

Postby Frilly » Sat Apr 05, 2008 5:47 pm

Yeah that is what we have found too... the caravan parks ask for a photo of the caravan when you enquire and then when you go and have a look, they are not kept up to a good standard. Seems understandable but weird they want a photo... anyway have had no such luck so seems they are going to keep it home for a while and then take it back to Boorumba. Thanks again EVERYONE for pitching in and helping me out...

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