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Address: 5353 Princes Highway, Traralgon, Victoria 3844
Phone: 03 5174 6749 | Freecall: 1800 440 000 | Fax: 03 5174 6258
Email: email@example.comWeb: parklaneholidayparks.com.au/traralgon
Traralgon Park Lane Holiday Park offers all you need for the perfect stay. With powered sites, cabins, luxury villas and chateaus, there is an accommodation option to satisfy all needs. Set on over six acres of well landscaped grounds, this park is clean and spacious, with friendly staff that takes pride in their Park and look forward to welcoming you. Traralgon Park Lane Holiday Park offers you extra services, such as on-site massages every Wednesday and Saturday from a qualified and experienced masseur. Please note, bookings are essential and can be made through the reception office or through booking online. A hot breakfast is cooked every Sunday morning for all Traralgon Park Lane guests to enjoy in the camp kitchen. For a small fee of $8.50 per person, you and your family can enjoy freshly cooked pancakes along with delicious eggs and bacon. Bookings and enquires are available through our reception office. Why not take advantage of a special deal on our Traralgon Accommodation. We change our specials regularly so keep checking back. With so many accommodation styles to choose from there's bound to be a package to suit you.Other facilities include wireless internet access throughout the park, fax, photocopier, visitor's car park, safe deposit at reception and tour services. The staff will be happy to assist with booking needs. There is secure luggage storage available at reception and 24 hour video surveillance throughout the Park. TraralgonMake the Traralgon Park Lane Holiday Park your base for the next visit to Gippsland. There are great day trips to places like Walhalla, Tara Bulga National Park, 90 Mile Beach, Loy Yang open cut mines and Powerworks. Nearby attractions also include art galleries, wineries and gourmet food trails as well as being only an hour's drive to Mount Baw Baw snowfields.
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StandardRate includes up to two people. Extra $17 per person per night.
StandardRate based on two people per night. Extra $17 per person per night.
When a cancellation occurs seven days or more prior to arrival a $50 administration fee will be incurred. Cheques will be posted or a refund to credit card, if paid by credit card. If cancelling within seven days of due arrival date no refund will be given.If you do not notify the park of your cancellation or do not arrive by 10am the day after your scheduled arrival date, your booking will be cancelled and deposit forfeited.Park Lane Holiday Parks reserves the right to cancel bookings for 'no shows'.
From Melbourne, on the Princes Highway proceed over the Eastern Interchange Overpass continue past the Latrobe Regional Hospital on your left the Holiday Park is just a further 500 metres on your left hand side.
Driving from Sale, follow the main Highway through Traralgon for four kilometres, you will pass the local car yard on your right. A further one kilometres drive towards Melbourne you will see the entry on your right. You will need to make a U-turn at Airfield Road back to proceed to the entrance that is 200 metres on your left hand side.
Late arrivals by arrangement only
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