are Wayatinah Lakeside Caravan Park is first, and foremost, a family-oriented caravan park.
We have 28 powered sites and 54 unpowered sites available for casual camping. The Park amenities include toilets, showers ($1 for 5 minutes), clothes washing and drying facilities, a generous outdoor toddlers pool and solar heated 30 m swimming pool (open from late December to until March), enclosed tennis court, newly built camp kitchen (currently being fitted out), an indoor shelter with a wood heater, BBQ and TV plus a private boat ramp for fishing. We also have a number of BMX tracks to keep the kids occupied.
The electric entry gate may be closed when you arrive or leave the Park. Directions are available from the office to operate this gate. If the light is flashing, please wait until the gate closes before entering or exiting - trying to beat the gate may result in damage to your vehicle.
Fire pots available for use but we ask that you do not alter them in any way or allow wood to overhang edge. Please do not burn anything other than wood in your fire pots. If you have your own fire pot, you must let us inspect it before use. As a general rule personal fire pots must have at least 45 cm clearance from the ground and double skin layering under the fire bed to prevent radiant heat burning the grass below to use. Firewood is available for sale at $20 per wheelbarrow load.
We have a small onsite shop and sell Streets ice-creams and drinks over the summer. The nearest supermarket for restocking supplies is 10 minutes down the road at Ouse. Fuel is available in at the Wayatinah Tavern in the village (500 m on from the Caravan Park turnoff) during Tavern operating hours only. Fuel is otherwise also available at Ouse (if you are heading South) and Derwent Bridge (if you are heading to the West Coast). The Wayatinah Tavern's opening hours are published on the Tavern's Facebook page, and when open, counter meals are available.
All bookings must check-in and pay the balance of accounts prior to entering the Park. All visitors and contractors must also report to the Park Office and sign a register before entering the Park. All entrants to the Park at this time must also ensure they are familiar with the COVID-19 precautions required within the Park. Non-compliance with requirement may result in the following:
eviction of the offenders, and / or
double visitors fee being applied and / or
eviction of the registered site holder.
Pet policy Dogs are permitted with campers under the following conditions - they must be controlled at all times and either on a lead no longer that 2 metres or caged. You are responsible for cleaning up after your own pet, so please do so!.
Pushbike / Motorbike requirements Coral has been a registered nurse for many years and has seen first-hand the tragic consequences of not wearing helmets. If you intend to bring pushbikes, scooters, motorbikes or ATVs make sure you bring your helmets with you as you are required to wear them whilst riding in, or on, any of the above in the Park.