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Natures Hideaway Middle Lagoon
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Reviewed 9 August 2013 via mobile

We first stayed with our tent for 3 nights and then went back to Broome and picked up our van. We stayed for another 4 weeks. This is a fantastic place to stay if you are looking to experience a relaxed, friendly and carefree time. You need to keep in mind that this is a remote area and there may not be all the comforts of the town parks but you have the atmosphere and uniqueness that is the Aussie Bush here. Tamara and the Howard family ( kids too) are so friendly and we are do lucky that they want to share their culture with their guests. Thanks for giving us the opportunity.

  • Stayed: July 2013
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1  Thank Bushtracker20
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Reviewed 8 June 2013

We spent 6 nights at Middle Lagoon and had a great time. We only wished we'd taken more time to look at all the different places we could've camped as we found some beauties just as we were leaving. Although the pick of the campsites would be 'The Lookout' and at $20/adult (as it has power) it's a great price for the view.

The road was part of the fun for us but it caused others strife as it rained, all the dirt roads out were shut and people had planes to catch out from Broome!

The bathrooms were kind of cleanish but OK. Plenty of campsites right on the beach (the ridge) and other shaded areas around the amenities. One of the best value campsites we found on the beautiful Dampier Peninsula.

Room Tip: The Lookout is one of the best camping sites. Remember the cabins don't have solid walls - just shade cloth so perfect in perfect weather but wet in rainy weather.
  • Stayed: May 2013, travelled with family
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Reviewed 9 April 2013 via mobile

Four of us traveling together sharing the beach house. Everything we needed linen etc excellent. We easily self catered and topped up our ice from the office. The shower head calcified was the only complaint but we used the hose.
We loved the experience until the weather changed in the nightand we got wet.shadecloth walls don't cope with storms so best to check the weather!

  • Stayed: April 2013
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2  Thank VirginiaRoss
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Reviewed 12 August 2012

Nice spot. We stayed in cabin 5. There are still holes in the walls the fridge had a dead fly and dirty water in the bottom. Floors dirty, used dental floss on the couch, dirty tissue under the bed, old hair clip in the shower, sheets torn and no mattress protector. Cleaning staff buzzed in and out four times in the afternoon but didn't do anything saying they were Just going to get bin liners and not coming back with them. $240 per night not acceptable.

  • Stayed: August 2012
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2  Thank Acdc66
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Reviewed 10 August 2012

We camped here for two nights and really enjoyed it. There are many beautiful beaches within an easy walking distance to explore and the camp is full of fisherman who seem to settle in here for a few months. The local indigenous children demonstrated spear throwing for us and other campers share their daily catch. You can purchase wood for a fire, however is expensive so better to collect prior to arrival. You can get internet and phone range out on the cliffs overlooking beach if you are a telstra 3g customer. You need to bring in all your food and alcohol for your stay. The showers are solar only and the beach shacks not that private. Very popular spot and I can see why. Will definitely return here but for longer next time.

  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled as a couple
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