Beechworth Holiday Park

Caravan Park

3.8 from 21 users


Nestled in the foothills of the Australian Alps on the banks of Spring Creek, Beechworth Holiday Park, formerly known as Silver Creek Caravan Park, is just 1.5kms from the centre of town making it the perfect accommodation base from which to immerse yourself in Australia's colonial past and explore the wondrous natural beauty of this historical region. Your friendly hosts Alice and Andrew Corcoran welcome you with accommodation options such as villas, cottages, cabins, powered and unpowered camping sites. Our park is pet friendly and with a range of facilities on site, there is something available to suit every budget and need. Come and relax in our beautiful bush environment or experience a taste of the alfresco cafes, fine dining, gourmet local produce and speciality shops that Beechworth and surrounds has to offer. We are in an ideal location for those of you wanting to try some bushwalking, mountain bike riding, gold panning, scenic walks or even ghost tours!

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Lat: -36.368714 Lng: 146.707113

User Reviews



We stayed here for 4 nights last week. Paul who has only had the park for 3 weeks was a delight and most accommodating. (I wish Paul well as he settles in.) We stayed in the lower area. Some sites are quite small but work. I liked that there was a new toilet block in this area. It was spotless. There were plenty of loos and showers in the main block up the hill. It is a bit old but fine. Everywhere was spotless. The camp kitchen looked great and was well fitted out...even a pizza oven. We had no problem with phone reception. Internet was fine until a large caravan parked between us and the office. It was nice to have a break from the internet and TV. I appreciate that it was free so can excuse it being slow. Beechworth is a fantastic town with a great butcher. We look forward to returning.



Agree with everything Highstick said. TV reception is non existent but the CP provides an aerial cable. Phone and thus internet reception is poor. There is a free unsecured wifi but is very slow. This needs to be upgraded. Free fire pit was supplied. It was good to have a fire in the evenings which are getting colder now. Part of the lower powered sites are under large deciduous trees that are dropping lots of dirty leaves in March. Best to dodge that.



Stayed in bottom area whir had good space and access. Don't stay at the top. Facilities adequate and clean. Access to the site off the road very tight, as are internal roads. Short drive into town. Objective a decent clean quiet park but somehow not a good vibe. Others would probably find it great. Maybe it was just being in a hollow.


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