The Park is nestled in a lush green valley between cliffs and rolling mountains, bordered by the Cumberland River, where it flows through rock pools and sandy sections into the Southern Ocean.
We are ‘in the bush’ and do not have the electricity supply we all take for granted. We generate our own electricity with a diesel generator, charging a bank of 24 batteries which in turn convert their energy to around 240 volts through a series of inverters. You may notice some fluctuation with our power supply. It is for the safety of your appliances that there are no power points in your cabins.
Our water supply is from the river. We use another diesel motor to pump our water to 2 large storage tanks, high in the hills, with gravity feed to the park
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Too expensive for nothing (no power, shower cost 20 cents, a lot of noise during the night with the road,...)
Worst caravan park en Australia. 70$ for one night (2 adultes and 2 childrens) with no power, no water, no kitchen with gaz for cooking, no dump point... the shower cost 20 cents. Why so expensive?
Never been there but its Lorne so it has to be awesum !!!!!!
great location so close to the beach and fabulous restaurants and shopping strip
Cumberland Camping Ground has it all. Great view very clean amenities and friendly owners. All these make camping a great experience :-)