Lilydale Pine Hill Caravan Park (Kui Parks)

Caravan Park

3.5 from 37 users

Description

Lilydale Pine Hill Caravan Park is at the gateway to Victoria's famous Yarra Valley and the Dandenong Ranges. We have a range of modern & affordable accommodation in Lilydale, Victoria. Whether you need a cabin or a site for your RV's, caravan, large rig, camper van or tent, we have a site to suit. We offer tourism sites in a rural setting, open spaces with native landscaping and an abundance of local bird life. RV's, caravans, large rigs or camper vans - there is a site to suit your need. The manicured gardens are just beautiful, with metal sculptures of eagles and many birds which visit the park. Visit our Tourist Information Centre to find out what to do in the Yarra Valley & Dandenong Ranges during your stay. A new Kids Playground has been built for your children to enjoy. Book & Pay for 6 nights, get the 7th night free. (Conditions Apply). Pet Friendly - Sites only (not allowed in cabins) ****Kui Parks members discount applies**** **Kui Parks Membership available on check in**

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Location

Lat: -37.759159 Lng: 145.391967

User Reviews

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JeffU

Great Caravan park. Nice Hot showers. Facilities and grounds well maintained. Staff very helpful.

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Hevnz01

Site manager looks after everyone very helpful, Amenities clean and tidy. Not a lot to do here. Laundry desperately needs upgrading and there's only one small laundry that you have to share with all the permanents long wall have to drive to it.

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Smiffyandmissus

Good park. Cannot fault it and was reasonably priced. Kui Parks discount if you've got it. $42/n powered site (not drive thru as they were more expensive), 2 adults, power, water & sullage, along with a good sized site of stone. Only negative is no footpaths outside of the park. Not great for someone who likes to walk 5 or 6ks each morning. The highway is 80km/h and really walking along the right hand side of the road isn't an option. Unsealed road behind is ok but you've got vehicles there as well, travelling quite fast (80kph limit as well). So you need to drive somewhere first if you want to go walking. Not the parks fault or responsibility. I would have booked elsewhere if I had known I wouldn't be able to go for my walks.

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