Sommerville Valley Tourist Park (Kui Parks)

Caravan Park

4.6 from 26 users


Sommerville Valley Tourist Park was established on a private property, 12 km from Stanthorpe in a beautiful and quiet area on Storm King Dam. Spacious powered sites, bushy unpowered sites and small budget cabins are available as well as luxury self contained apartments located just on the water edge and providing all the luxury imaginable. Storm King Dam offers great swimming, fishing, boating and canoeing. Sommerville Valley is close to wineries, berry farms and national parks. Facilities include: modern camp kitchens, amenities blocks with hot showers and laundry, under cover barbecue areas, community room. Ice and basic groceries are sold in the kiosk. Ice, groceries, fish bait are sold. Canoes and push bikes are for hire. Well behaved pets are welcome; campfires allowed (weather permitting). Firewood is sold and delivered.

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Lat: -28.711178 Lng: 152.000797

User Reviews



Spent 3 nights here two weeks ago. Absolutely delightful location beside the dam. Immaculate grounds and amenities. Just two negatives..... Showers timed per 5 mins. Not a bad thing but it takes 3 mins for hot water to reach you then at end of the 5 mins they won't restart for another 2 mins. Power outlets for slabbed sites are in a peculiar position. If you have a large van and car they are very difficult to manoeuvre around without taking out a mirror or worse. Thought it was just us at first until I noticed two more couples having the exact same difficulties. I was able to work out though that that only happened on the even numbered sites. Choose an odd numbered one and there should be no such probs. Anyway, despite those negatives, we loved it here and are already planning a return.


Out Yonda

We spent a couple of nights here on a slab site. The amenities were lovely and clean and well maintained. There's plenty of space between sites and we really enjoyed sitting by the fire just outside our van having a few drinks watching the sun set. Lots of lovely bird life and rabbits (I know, they're a pest - haven't seen them since I was growing up in Victoria) and the peace and quiet was fantastic.



This was our second visit and great to see the dam full as last time it was dead empty. We stayed 3 nights in the sub zero temp but loved it. Great place, lovely staff with great amenities. The only down side was no phone (Optus) or internet. But maybe that was a bonus.


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