Frequently Asked Questions

What’s the difference between a deluxe & holiday cabin?

Our deluxe and standard cabins are the same size, however our deluxe offer just a few more comforts of home with second TV in the master bedroom, comfy couch and a larger stove for your cooking convenience.

What size are the sites?

Powered sites are on average 9 metres by 9 metres. Unpowered sites are on average 8 metres by 9 metres.

What is the standard rate for a powered/unpowered site?

Off-peak $36 for Powered, $30 Unpowered (based on two people) See our rates page for the most up to date rates.

What facilities do the cabins have?

All of our cabins are self-contained with a fully functional kitchen, dining table and chairs, TV (additional TV in the deluxe cabins), private bathroom and club lounge chairs (deluxe cabins only).

Is WiFi access available at the park?

Yes, FREE WiFi is available.

Is there a limit to how many people can stay in a cabin?

Yes, Black Swan and Eagle cabins offer accommodation for up to 6 people. Our remaining cabins will sleep up to 5 people.

Is linen provided for all beds in the cabin?

Linen is provided for the master bedroom only. We have single bed linen available for hire.

How much do cabins cost per night?

Cabin rates will vary according to the season. Please see our rates page for the most up to date pricing.

How many powered & unpowered sites are available?

71 powered sites (up to 371 in peak times) 23 unpowered sites (up to 166 during Folk Festival weekend).

How many beds in a cabin?

One queen bed in master bedroom. 3 or 4 single bunk beds in the second bedroom.

Can sites be purchased next to one another?

If there is availability this may be arranged.

Can I see a layout of the sites?

Please see our park map.

Are visitors allowed to light fires or firepits?

Fires are not permitted in the caravan park.

Are dogs allowed to stay at the park?

Well behaved dogs are welcome with site bookings and in some Holiday cabins.

Are dogs allowed in cabins?

Well behaved dogs are permitted in select cabins at the discretion of the caravan park manager.

Are all of the sites flat and grassy?

We endeavour to keep our site grassed and level. We do not have any concrete slabs.

Port Fairy Folk Festival

Folk Festival site bookings open on the 1st of September.

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