Stayed in one of the park cabins (standard family @ $95.00 per night), lucky we only booked for 1 night.
The cabin was old and worn out and whilst not unclean it was very grubby (finger marks over the walls etc) - nothing a good spring clean and some TLC wouldn't fix.
Very poor quality considering the price (more of a $60 fishermans cabin)
What else was wrong: Fridge shelves broken, No spare pillows (only 1 each - lucky we had our own), Lovely sign warning of a "cleaning fee" if you didn't wash your dishes, fair enough but at least provide a sponge and a tea towel.
Won't be back.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- There’s sunshine aplenty in Whyalla; an average of 300 days per year, in fact. South Australia’s third largest city is a great year-round holiday destination. You’ll find abundant green space and uninterrupted views of beautiful Spencer Gulf at Discovery Parks - Whyalla Foreshore. Our caravan park is close to family-friendly swimming beaches and excellent fishing spots. Cast a line into the protected waters of the gulf – Whyalla is known as Australia’s snapper capital. Discover the seafaring past of this rugged shipwreck coast at the Whyalla Maritime Museum. Hear the story behind over 100 years of Australian iron and steelmaking history on OneSteel’s Steelworks Tour. ... more less
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