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Address: 2040 Princes Highway, Swan Reach, Victoria 3902
Phone: 03 5156 4314 | Mobile: 0419 204 528 | Fax: 03 5156 4943
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The Tambo River Tourist Park is small and friendly, with pets welcomed by arrangement. Located on the Princes Highway at Swan Reach, between Bairnsdale and Lakes Entrance, and close to Metung.The Park offers grassed camping sites, all with power, water and sullage disposal. Clean amenities and laundry are provided. There is a camp kitchen and undercover barbecue area, a separate recreation room with lounges and television, a well stocked library and a table tennis table. There is a large in-ground, solar heated outdoor swimming pool and a playground suitable for small children.The tennis court and oval at the local recreation reserve behind the park are available for guests to use, there are several great golf courses within a short drive and the Tambo River; a very popular fishing destination, is only 200 metres from the park. Cyclists and walkers can enjoy the nearby Rail Trail, with something for everyone on The Twin Rivers Food and Wine Trail.Ensuite cabins are clean and comfortable with kitchen facilities, bed linen provided to all sleeping positions and reverse cycle air conditioning. The cabins sleep from two to six people and are popular with families and groups.Tambo River Tourist Park is well situated to enjoy all that East Gippsland has to offer. On the route from Melbourne to Canberra or Sydney, the Park welcomes caravans, campers and self drive holiday makers.For more information please contact Tambo River Tourist Park or visit their website.A great welcome, quiet surrounds and a peaceful setting are offered, so why not take a break and relax?
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Ensuite CabinsOff peak rate is for two people. Extra person at the rate of $10 per night. Christmas and Easter are peak times, no pets accepted, higher prices apply at peak times.
A 50 per cent deposit must be payed to secure the booking. Providing adequate notice of 21 days or more of a cancellation is given, a credit memo for a future booking will be issued, or alternatively, deposits will be refunded but administration charges will apply.
From Bairnsdale follow the Princes Highway towards Lakes Entrance. Travel through Nicholson and Johnsonville to Swan Reach, 20 kilometres. You will see a General Store on the left. The caravan park is on the right-hand side of the road about 100 metres further on. Do not cross the Bridge at the bottom of the hill, if you do you have gone too far.
A night bell is available at the office for use outside normal reception hours.
Contact operator for further details. Some cabins have a limited disabled capability.
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