First off, our Google maps was showing us the location of the park as being further down the road, so I had to call the park for directions. I received unhelpful directions that did not even match up with what was supposed to be the street numbers of the park and the street numbers on the street. Upon arrival, the man at the front desk made a comment about my map reading ability, which came across as quite sexist. It took the man and woman a while to find our booking. They were overall unfriendly and made impolite jokes about us being from Sydney. They gave us an option of two cabins in which we could check out and decide which was best. As we drove through the park, we noticed that it was pretty run down and being 3 young girls, we felt unsafe as we were stalked by the seedy stares of (what I would assume were) the male long term occupants or residents. The first cabin we inspected reeked of some kind of cleaning product and was very unpleasant - as if someone had died in there and they had just cleaned it out. The second cabin, which was then our only option, was almost as bad. It was filthy. The mattresses were mouldy, the bathroom was disgusting and the kitchen was not appropriate for cooking anything. Not only that, the windows on the cabin would not lock/were not secure, and could be opened from the outside. Already fearing for our safety in this stopover town in the middle of nowhere, we resorted to moving the mattresses into the "living" (literally) area so that we would be together and be safe!!! Upon returning the keys of the first cabin to reception, we were met with a seedy comment by the male man as to whether us girls were going to "party hard" there that night.
It felt like a horror movie where 3 girls stay in dodgy, run down accommodation and get murdered!
For only a few dollars more, on our way back trip, we stayed in a luxurious (by comparison) Caravan Park in Benalla, with friendly staff and immaculate cabins. This "kill"more place was definitely not worth the money and the sleepless night!