We stayed here for two nights, very run down, not the cleanest place, we stayed in cliff top cabin, main room ceiling fan sicky taped to the roof, the rangegood has no buttons so if you were to put your fingers in to turn on!! You would be electrocuted. 🤭
Cabin Accommodation. This Park is about two kilometres through Tailem Bend if you are coming from the South. It is situated behind a service station, although that had no bearing on our stay. At first sight the place looks a bit rough and ready, which the roads definitely are. The cabins however are very acceptable and are well set up high above the Murray River, which means you get a great view over the river and land. Two bedroom family cabins are well set up and are very livable. We stayed three nights but longer would have been okay. Not much to do in Tailem Bend so three nights should be enough to see everything. Having said that there is now a very large Motorsport Park “The Bend” ten kilometres away which is going to be quite a thing for this small community. Recommended.
We stayed in a 2 bedroom cabin overlooking the water. Sounds idyllic and it was outside on the decking but the cabin was dirty and lacking maintenance. The entrance to the caravan park was messy and we should have turned around. But we were both tired after travelling through the wilderness and salt pans. The windows were filthy and the water coming out of the taps was brown. Plastic drinking water containers were provided but these also contained brown water. The curtains were old and the towels were a discoloured brown. The basin was also brown from the water. Couldn't wait to leave the next morning. We didn't even shower and that's not us. However there was a roadhouse in front of the site and we had a really filling evening meal and breakfast there.
My first impression was guarded as the office was untidy and dirty, and surrounded by clutter. The only accommodation available was the deluxe spa cabin at $164/n for two people. (Extra for more). While a bit pricey, this proved to be a good thing as it had a lovely view over the river from both the living area and the master bedroom. While not spotless it was acceptable, very spacious and well appointed with new furnishings. The layout was however a bit bizarre especially if travelling in a group. It had three bedrooms with no storage in the two back bedrooms and lights on only one side of the double beds. This meant it would be less suitable for couples sharing, as the master is far better appointed than the other rooms. There was only one bathroom, which while very large had no toilet. The separate toilet was off the kitchen area. I thought an ensuite and a second toilet would be fairly standard for a three bedroomed apartment, sleeping 9.
The kitchen had limited power points all located around the stove area, so microwave, toaster and kettle were all crammed into a small corner of what is really a lovely spacious kitchen. The outside decking area was lovely with a large BBQ and dining setting, although the weather was too cold to get the best use from this. The windows and outside furniture desperately needed a good de-cobwebbing and clean as this detracted from the view. We did enjoy our stay, especially watching the bird and animal life over the river, but think the park needs a bit of TLC.
Stayed here overnight & glad it's not longer. Reception were friendly & helpful. We had a powered caravan site & were able to choose own spot. Some grass but not mowed. Old amenities, cobwebs, thick dust in corners, insects stuck to ceiling.
Friends hired a 2 bedroom villa which had a lovely view of river. Quite new but kitchen is poorly stocked & no washing machine.
Generally scruffy & grubby park, heavy machinery parked near cabins & piles of rubble.
Next to highway so some truck noise.