Kui Parks
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Hand feed Dorothy the duck and Elma the emu. If the bantam chooks are laying, you may like to collect some fresh eggs for breakfast. All this can be enjoyed at the animal enclosure of our park.

There are many native shrubs throughout the park teaming with bird life. The blue wrens are especially friendly to the delight of visitors. Kangaroos are regular visitors during the warm summer evenings and can be spotted drinking at the water trough or feeding on the grass. If you don't happen to see any they can usually be seen by strolling into the adjacent conservation park. The kids can enjoy our playground, sandpit and our cheeky mini golf that changes around just when you think you have it worked out!

We have a lovely picnic area which is set amongst some shady gums. It has a free gas BBQ and a large red gum table which is often a talking point (due to its large size). In the winter and early spring, a campfire can be an enjoyable way to soak up the atmosphere. A sand pit for the children is close by.

If you like a camping holiday with a few comforts, we have a good camp kitchen. There is a table tennis and pool table as well as a television in this area.

The amenities block is fresh and beautifully clean. There is a fully equipped laundry, camper's sink and rainwater tank. All our powered and unpowered sites are on lawn and there are some lovely quiet locations amongst the shrubs and trees.

We have a variety of accommodation available from the basic bunk rooms, vans, 5 room bunkhouse and fully self-contained cabins.

The park cabins are also set in a lovely location surrounded by gardens.