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Official site for Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Address: 1906 Tarra Valley Road, Tarra valley, Victoria 3971
Phone: 03 5186 1283 | Fax: 03 5186 1369
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb: tarra-valley.com
Tarra Valley Caravan Park 'Fernholme' welcomes you to the enchanted rainforests of Tarra Bulga and Tarra Valley National Parks. Situated on the picturesque Tarra River approximately two and a half hours from Melbourne. The Caravan Park features snug, rustic powered cabins, while tent sites are right on the river, so you can watch for platypus, trout and freshwater crays. Two large barbecue sheds with huge open fires and free gas barbecues along with a playground for the children makes staying at Tarra Valley Caravan Park a very pleasant experience. The National Parks with their lush fern gullies, giant mountain ash, ancient myrtle beech, water falls, lyrebirds and the suspension bridge at Tarra Bulga are one of Victoria's best kept secrets and a must to see. Tarra Valley is 19 kilometres from Yarram. Visit historic Port Albert, as they have the best fish and chips, or you can even catch your own. The Ninety Mile beach is only 40 kilometres away and great for surfing. The park has its own Tea Rooms where you can enjoy a delicious Devonshire Tea or an ice cream. Wake up to the sounds of the superb Lyrebird, hand feed the Rosella's and possums, watch for the wombats and count the many different species of birds that abound. Drive the stunning Grand Ridge road with its spectacular views of Wilson's Promontory and the Strzelecki ranges (lots of off road driving or mountain bike tracks abound) sample a glass at the boutique brewery at Mirboo North. Whatever the season you will fall in love with this little bit of paradise.
Content: Tarra Valley Caravan Park
Bookings must be confirmed with a 25 per cent deposit. Refund of deposit if cancellation made 30 days before due arrival, less 10 per cent. Less than 30 days no refund. At owners discretion.
Please call and make arrangements if you are planning on arriving after 7.30pm
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