Clyde View Holiday Park
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsClyde View Holiday Park Batemans Bay
The lady that checked me in was lovely and very friendly whilst I stayed for 2 nights. The park and amenities are clean and nice right on the beach front and walk across the road to shops. I would recommend. They have lots of cabins but I was on a powered van site.
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Ellenlouise stayed here on Mar 12, 2014 during their trip titled: Ellen's trip North.
... for paddling back against the current). The Ulysees bike group were meeting for their annual Christmas party. They come here every November and have a wonderful time. They apologised in advance for their raucousness! As long as they have fun who cares about the noise? As the day advanced more and more holiday makers arrived and the park soon filled up with schoolies, families et al. Weather is great and atmosphere ...
... now, which it hasn't since we've had the van. The rest of our stay here will be spent day tripping to narooma and merimbula for caseys birthday. The rest will be spent with the kids in the pool to cool off while Cath does more study. Not long to go now! Park rating 8/10 Park location 9/10 Facilities 9/10 Value 10/10 stay 4 pay 3 Caseys best bit - the really cool ...
... and mountain track slap bang through the centre of Buckenboura State forest.
Some logging had been going on on the lower slopes of the mountain: here I picked up some firewood from trees that had been cleared off the road, but then driving started to get hairy. Up until then the whole trip might have been done in a 2-wheel drive ute. If you know how little-used remote access roads are preserved from destruction by storm rains you ...
... but also mentioned that I'd need 20 cents coins for the showers. I really thought we were being overcharged. I mean I know Aus is expensive but still!! $40 a night and you have to pay, PAY for showers! Ludicrous. Either way we parked up, plugged in and wondered down to the beach about 100 metres down the hill. We saw families playing on the beaches and kangaroos just chilling out. Because Jay didn't want to get his feet wet and walk across the sea to other patches of sand we headed ...