Lake Tabourie NSW South Coast

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Lake Tabourie NSW South Coast

Postby Brett A » Sun Apr 05, 2009 9:50 pm

Has anyone been to Lake Tabourie Tourist Park? If so any feedback.

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Re: Lake Tabourie NSW South Coast

Postby Malcur » Mon Apr 06, 2009 8:33 am

We stayed at Lake Tabourie in March 2008 (Easter). Quite a nice park, it was very crowded when we were there, but we had a nice area off at the end of the road, so didn't feel the crowds too much. We had a camper trailer plus a tent fror my son & daughter-in-law. Unfortunately it was wet, but we still had a good time. Here are some photos of our campsite:

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The last one was taken from directly behind our campsite.

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Re: Lake Tabourie NSW South Coast

Postby soella4 » Mon Apr 06, 2009 1:54 pm

hi we stayed there for 5 days over new years 2007/08. Its a very big park ( 500 sites if i remember ) and being christmas was full. even so it was a nice place to stay. the sites are small to average ,the beach is just across the way and handy. there are plenty of toilet blocks throughout the park and even thoughthe park was full , we never had to wait more than a few minuites for showers ,if at all. there were security guards roaming at night and therefore noise tramped on quickly. there are cabins as well. jo
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Re: Lake Tabourie NSW South Coast

Postby crocodile » Tue Apr 07, 2009 12:08 am

Hi, we and two other families stayed there for 2 weeks around last new years. Had a great time. There are beaches either side of Crampton Island and the island can be walked to at low tide. It was crowded but anywhere is crowded at that time of year. Still plenty of space for the kids to play cricket and footy and the park also has a playground. If you do go there at a busy time it is worth saying that the drive to Ulladulla in the mid mornings can be a shocker. Shop at Bawley Point instead or go to Ulladulla in the arvos.
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