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Busselton: Mandalay Holiday Resort & Tourist Park (sleeps up to 7)

Busselton: Mandalay Holiday Resort & Tourist Park (sleeps up to 7)

Range of villa and chalet accommodation in a holiday park with family friendly features, including 3 pools (one indoor heated), 3 playgrounds, table tennis & plenty of room to play.

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Reviews

Reviewed By: Sally@Toddlers on Tour
Stayed: October 2013
Stayed With: 4 adults and 3 children, aged 5, 6 & 13.

The first thing you notice as you enter this caravan park is how the gardens and facilities are so well maintained.

We (2 adults and 1 child) had booked a 2 bedroom chalet for 2 nights. Our chalet was immaculately clean with sufficient bedding and towels. The kitchen came with ample cooking equipment, utensils including plastic plates for kids and a plunger for coffee.

We travelled here with my sister and her family, who also booked a 2 bed chalet, which mirrored ours on presentation. Some chalets offered gates on the balconies so little ones could be kept safe.

We walked around the park and discovered the ablution block was clean and had washing machines for $4. Whilst the weather was still cool, the kids enjoyed the heated indoor pool, zipping down the water-slide, then returning to the heated pool.

They really cater for kids here. Two examples:

1. By tagging children with a bracelet to advise they are residents and can use the facilities. Also, if the child gets lost, the bracelet has the number of the chalet/bay, so the child can be returned safely home.

2. Facilities besides the pool, including a jumping pillow, assorted playgrounds for various age groups and indoor games room are more than sufficient to keep kids happy.

Our kids had also brought their scooters and there were plenty of children riding bikes and scooters around the park.

My only complaints were no free WIFI and the pillows were too firm and high. However. all the other little details provided are well thought out including a washing basket, clothes airer and pegs. There is also a self-serve honour system for the morning paper before the kiosk opens.

Overall this is a well presented and organised park.

THIS review was written by Sally-Ann from Toddlers on Tour - an Australian website featuring tips and hints for travelling with children. See toddlersontour.com.au


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