Albury All Seasons Tourist Park - Albury NSW
The Albury All Seasons Tourist Park is located at 481 Wagga Road, Lavington. A very neat and well maintained caravan park. One of the things that impressed me was the impromptu testimonial given by the couple with the dog who said they loved the park and returned twice a year. The park is pet friendly. The park has good facilities and some nice timber cabins. The view from the back of the cabins is quiet and restful. High speed wireless internet is available. The resident owners are Jon and Chris Deimel. Bookings can be made by telephoning the park and please tell the park that you have seen their photos on Caravan Park Photos.
Recent photos and reviews on this page were kindly supplied by our roving reporter Shez Schubert in February 2015.
REGION: > NSW > Regional NSW > Murray & Riverina > Albury
Yeah great little park, as Shez says. Although it's at Lavington, one of the morthern suburbs of Albury. Not really suitable for extra large rigs.
Probably one of the better parks in Albury situated at the South Albury. Short drive to the town. Very friendly check in staff with enough room to park to check in. No boom gates. Nearly all drive through sites with a few not drive through. Many cabins, nearly all modern but a few older style. Nice basic pool and small undercover BBQ area next to that. No games room. Good size camp kitchen close to tent sites. Some drive through sites were more for over nighters, no annex slabs and all good clean gravel with no grass. Other sites at the rear of the park had green annex matting. Very few sites had shade. Roads are a bit narrow so no fifth wheelers or very big vans would fit. Amenities is in good condition and clean. Only complaint was toilets run out of toilet paper but mangers were quick to get onto staff to fix it. Showers are small and a little cramped. Excellent camp kitchen with BBQs and some grassed tent sites nearby. Park has no road noise.
Albury has great attractions. Wonga wet lands a great spot to walk on well formed paths and under big gum trees and see some water birds. The botanic garden although not huge was lovely. The river has lovely park lands nearby and the Army museum is a must. Only $5 for adults it houses thousands of relics form all the wars including tanks, guns, uniforms and medals. A drive to Lake Hume dam is a must, you can walk the dam wall and view the turbines that make electricity. Also war memorial lookout is a good spot to view over the town.
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