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Tumby Bay | Tumby Bay Caravan Park

  • Features:
  • –Beach frontage
    –Ensuite cabins,ensuite sites and powered sites
    –Camp Kitchen and BBQ facilities
    –Payment of Tumby Bay Boat Ramp permit at kiosk
    –Immaculate amenities & laundry, disabled fac.
    –Well stocked Kiosk/Tackle/Bait/Ice
    –Childrens Playground, Pedal Go-Karts for hire
    –Fish cleaning facilities

  • Tumby Bay Caravan Park
  • Tumby Bay Caravan Park
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Accommodation TypeDaily Rate Extra Person
2 Bedroom Cabin$135-$145 $10.00
Motel Cabin$110-$120 $10.00
Standard Cabin $100-$110 $10.00
Ensuite Site$44-$47 $10.00
Powered site$34-$37 $10.00
Unpowered site$32-$34 $10.00
Rates are subject to change without notice please check when booking.
Minimum booking periods apply- 2 nights long weekends, 4 nights Easter
Minimum booking of 2 nights on Ensuite Sites

Tumby Bay Caravan Park is situated on the foreshore, and offers views of the bay from its location on the southern end of town.

Our Tumby Bay accommodation options include numerous accommodation options from ensuite cabins, shady pebbled and grassed sites and ensuite sites.

The park further caters to need of the disabled with a disabled cabin and amenities. Adjacent to the park sites a shaded playground to entertain the children and the beach allows swimming. There are also boat launching facilities nearby with permits available from the kiosk.

Our town:

Tumby Bay is a thriving town hugging a beautiful sandy bay. The town offers a great range of shopping, hotels, bakery, gold factory, cafes, takeaways, craft shops, art gallery and SCION (skills centre) offering local grown and made produce.

Into the arts? The Colour Tumby Street Art Festival depicts vibrant street art on walls around the town, including a magnificent mural
by Argentinean artist Martin Ron on the silo, plus a stunning range of outdoor exhibits and installations

A walk along the interpretative mangrove board walk on sunrise or sunset is the best time to see coastal plants and bird life of the area. Local tourist drives (shown on the local Tumby Bay, Port Neill and district brochure) give a look over our farming area thru to the coastal beaches, fishing spots and museums.

Tumby Bay attractions and things to see and do include:
Venture to ride on our Pump Track
Walk our seafront walk to the town and check out the mosaics onlon the way
  • Koppio Smithy Museum,
  • Interpretive Mangrove Boardwalk,
  • Sir Joseph Banks Group of Islands offer a great area for the boating and fishing enthusiast with a large variety of sea birds seals, dolphin and fish, such as King George whiting
  • Enjoy a tour of the town on board Story�s Clydesdale horse and trolley tour.
    Great takeaways, cafes, bakery and shopping.
  • Excellent fishing, boating and other water sports
  • Bailla Hill Road Scenic Drive
  • Excell Blacksmith and Engineering Museum
  • Rotunda Art Gallery
  • Moody Tanks Railway Reserve

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