You’re surprisingly connected yet away from the crowds at Prom Central Caravan Park, a hidden South Gippsland beauty. Fall for Foster’s charms, enjoy great coffee, gourmet delights and town conveniences a quick stroll away.
Then, cross a timber bridge over a lilypond at Pearl Park. Or set out on forest trails and gold-mine relics close by at Whipstick Gully Natural Features and the neighbouring New Zealand Hill Flora reserves.
Pic courtesy of South Gippsland.com
On arrival, you’ll find owner managers Suzanne and Travis hard at work greening up this pleasant little park that’s neat as as pin. In fact, you can expect a warm welcome here after a long-haul, as nomads themselves.
Kick back on a pleasant unpowered bush campsite or enjoy likeminded company on a well defined powered caravan and motorhome site near a timber-clad communal kitchen. Here, as you sizzle snags alongside fellow overlanders, catch all the latest touring tips at this true travellers’ juncture. Then feast up undercover on pleasing timber tables and chairs.
Looking to shelter within an affordable cabin? You’ll find a neat abode that’s self-contained, with a fully functional with fridge, stove-top and microwave kitted out with all your cooking essentials and linen to the main bed.
Supermarkets, gourmet retailers and great dining are just a 10 minute stroll. Enjoy golden discoveries a three minute drive to the leafy Whipstick Gully Natural Features. A large loop track links several smaller walks leading to mind shafts, rail relics and fern gully boardwalks.
Great fishing at Port Franklin is just a 10 minute drive. In fact, Foster is central to spectacular touring destinations. Travel 25 minutes east for Angus Falls 25 minutes or 20 minutes west to a shallow inlet at Waratah Bay. Not to mention Wilsons Prom, 45 minutes down the road.
CIAA Accredited: No
Pet Friendly: Sites
38 Nelson Street Foster VIC 3960
(03) 5682 2440
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