We stayed here in October 2012 and were really disappointed given it's recommendation in Lonely Planet.
We were given a choice of three sites all of which were very small and chose the 'best' one near the beach. Unfortunately we had two long stay guys next to us who drank and played loud music all day and night. In fact there seemed to be a lot of long stay residents and the general feel of the park was grubby and unfriendly.
The location and proximity to town was good but the facilities were average and the staff were unhelpful.
On the last day, I had a top stolen off the washing line and the woman in reception couldn't have been less interested.
We would not stay here again and would recommend that others look for accommodation elsewhere.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Broome's only Park on a Beach! Roebuck Bay Caravan Park is the most popular park in Broome. The caravan park, located right on Town Beach Roebuck Bay, is a shady grassed park, with a range of accommodation including on-site vans, powered and unpowered sites. Roebuck Bay Caravan Park is the closest to Broome township and handy to shops, a variety of restaurants and entertainment. Broome simply oozes with colour. It's Western Australia's secret getaway - right on the Indian Ocean's doorstep and the gateway to Australia's last frontier of pristine wilderness - the Kimberley. The colours and moods of Broome will capture your soul and you will never want to leave. View the "Staircase To The Moon" from your front doorstep. ... more less