Guest the4hopes

Good caravan parks?

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    Guest the4hopes

    Incase we don't get OAA has anyone any names of good caravan parks? Would they be busy in October?

    Laura x

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    They could be busy cos early October is school holidays. A lot of them have 2br cabins with a mini kitchen, but may not be necessarily cheaper than a furnished apartment. Sometimes you can get good last minute deals especially if you are going to stay more than 7 days with a furnished apartment. Cabins are about $100 a night for a basic one.

     

    www.levipark.com.au

    www.adelaidecaravanpark.com.au

    www.adelaideshores.com.au

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    Guest moonraker1959

    Windsor Gardens Caravan Park.Its quite close to the city,close to the Obahn (bus service).Used to live there many years ago for a year.Always clean and tidy,well it was back then anyway xx

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    Guest caoimhe
    Cabins are about $100 a night for a basic one.

     

     

    Sounds like a house rental would be alot cheaper

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    Guest sarahsmartiepants
    Sounds like a house rental would be alot cheaper
    Definatly and much more comfortable:biglaugh:

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    We stayed at the Adelaide shores West Lakes Caravan camp in a cabin for 4 weeks when we arrived. It had 2 bedrooms and very comfortable and a lovely location. It was certainly a lot cheaper than any fully furnished houses we looked at the time.

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    Guest Guest75
    We stayed at the Adelaide shores West Lakes Caravan camp in a cabin for 4 weeks when we arrived. It had 2 bedrooms and very comfortable and a lovely location. It was certainly a lot cheaper than any fully furnished houses we looked at the time.

     

    Hiya

     

    I don't normally comment on threads like this but in defence of furnished rentals..........

     

    Most average between $85 and $100 per day for a full house.

     

    I've just copied and pasted below the tariff of a "certain" caravan park.

     

     

    2008-2009 TARIFFS right_mid_left.gif

    Prices are for 2 persons per night and include GST.

    Room Type

    Standard Season Peak Season

    Park Site^

    $31 $39

    Ensuite Site^

    $41 $49

    Budget Vans^

    $61 $69

    Standard Cabins*

    $85 $105

    Budget Cabins*

    $95 $115

    Tourist Cabins*

    $111 $120

    Executive Cabins*

    $120 $140

    Deluxe Cabins*

    $145 $165

    Extra Person Charges

    ^Sites - Budget Vans:

    $15 per adult; $10 per child (aged 2 - 15 years)

    *Cabins:

    $18 per adult; $14 per child (aged 2 - 15 years)

     

    The Bunkhouse

    Group Accommodation

    Adult $20 Child $15

    Minimum fee applies:

    Standard Season - $500 per night; Peak Season - $750 per night

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    Hey maybe you could all club together and bunk down in the bunkhouse.....But seriously, cabins are expensive for long term, they are fairly small and really meant for holidays in the summer where you sit outside and your kids are off playing. A furnished rental even for a few weeks gives you a comfortable start and a base to find a long term rental from.

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    Guest beachwoods

    We own a Caravan Park 40 mins south of Adelaide and have done special deals for migrants PM us for further info

    Neal and Linda

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    Guest LOCO IN OZ

    Neal & Linda, hi, I'd be interested in some further info on your site please, do you have a web site or email address?

     

    As well as renting a caravan we were also thinking about maybe renting a Maui or similar motor home for a month or so on arrival, do you have spaces for those too?

     

    We actually spent 1 month in a Wicked Camper in 2006 whilst travelling from Sydney along the coast to Cape Tribulation then back again, if we can do that I'm sure we can manage without renting a house when we arrive :wacko:

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