If you’re looking for recommendations for a Cunnamulla caravan park, look no further than the Cunnamulla Tourist Park. Run by a friendly and helpful couple, this Cunnamulla accommodation offers the perfect place to base yourself for a few days while exploring all the town attractions.
Regardless of whether you’re looking for somewhere to pitch a tent, park a van, or you’re looking for great value self contained Cunnamulla cabins, Cunnamulla Tourist Park has something for everyone. The park also has a great range of facilities to ensure your stay is comfortable.
In this guide, I share with you everything you need to know about a stay at Cunnamulla Tourist Park so you can decide if this is the perfect spot for your trip to Cunnamulla.
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Review of Cunnamulla Tourist Park
Keep reading below for everything you need to know about staying at the Cunnamulla Tourist Park.
Located at 65 Watson Street, the Cunnamulla Tourist Park is located in a peaceful bush setting on the southern side of Cunnamulla just outside the centre of town. The caravan park is also located at the foot of the stunning Cunnamulla sand dunes – where we spotted a family of curious kangaroos.
It’s just a short 3 minute drive from the centre of town or around a 10 minute walk.
No matter what sort of traveller you are – there is a range of great accommodation options and sites to suit your needs.
Cunnamulla Tourist Park has 6 cabins available on site which can accommodate from 2 people right up to a family of 5. All of the cabins are fully self contained coming with a TV, AC, heating, queen size beds, all linen, private bathrooms and full cooking facilities.
There are two family cabins which can sleep up to five people in a double bed, bunk beds and a trundle (third image above). Then there are two cabins which sleep 3 people with a double bed and a single (middle image above and images below). Lastly, there are two cabins that can accommodate two people – one coming with a double bed and the other has two singles (first image above).
Camp and Caravan Sites
There are 50 camping and caravan sites on the property. Most of the sites are powered, but there are a few unpowered sites as well. Sites are also dog friendly.
Facilities at Cunnamulla Tourist Park
Cunnamulla Tourist Park provides a range of facilities for guests to use to ensure their stay is comfortable.
Cunnamulla Tourist Park provides two awesome camp kitchens – I was very impressed with these. They include a cooker, kettle, toaster, microwave and fridge. The main camp kitchen even comes with plates, bowls, mugs and cutlery etc.
As well as a camp kitchen, the caravan park has two BBQ areas for guests to use. One of these BBQ areas is combined with the smaller of the two camp kitchens.
For those on the road for a while or having an extended stay at the caravan park, you’ll be pleased to know that there is also a laundry for guests to use. There is a range of washing machines, dryers, iron and tubs to use.
There are two amenities blocks at Cunnamulla Tourist Park, both with hot showers and toilets. While we had a self contained cabin, I did check the amenities and found both blocks very clean and tidy.
The park also provides a campfire area, a small kiosk selling basic grocery items, free wifi and a dump point.
Cunnamulla Tourist Park – Our Verdict
We spent two nights at Cunnamulla Tourist Park in one of the mid size cabins. While the cabin was relatively small (particularly the bathroom), the room was comfortable and provided everything we needed for a short stay. I was overall impressed with how friendly the staff where and how immaculate the grounds and amenities were kept. Nothing appeared to be out of the place.
While we had everything we needed in our cabin, I did take the time to check out the various facilities around the park and found them all in great working and clean order. As mentioned above, I was particularly impressed with the facilities on offer at the camp kitchens. You could seriously bring a tent and nothing else and yet still be able to prepare your own meals here with ease.
If you’re looking for things to do in Cunnamulla – check out this great full guide.
Hopefully you found this guide on staying at Cunnamulla Tourist Park helpful. You can also check out our review on the Lake, Quilpe here, Explorers Thargomindah Caravan Park here or Yowah Artesian Waters Caravan Park here.