Travelling with Kids can be Expensive Here at Hidden Valley Holiday Park we understand how expensive Travelling with Kids can be. We have heard stories of families being charged up to $15 per child per night additional to site fees. So all of a sudden it costs more to stay in your van, than in a motel room! As a parent these costs will dictate the kind of holiday you will be able to take. Instead of travelling our amazing and gorgeous country, and educating our kids on the history and beauty that is Australia. Families are jumping on a plane overseas.. Now we are not saying that there is anything wrong with holidaying overseas, more that it saddens us that it can be so expensive to travel our own amazing country. We often run specials KIDS STAY FREE even in our peak seasons. We have now taken another step and are listed on TAWK as a preferred Park. Travelling Australia With Kids “TAWK “ is a website designed to assist families travelling with kids. I was amazed at all the different information they have to offer. From material for home schooling to travel budget assistance, the information is endless. One of the advantages as a member is a TAWK card that when shown will allow Kids to stay for FREE for at least 2 nights at participating organisations. It can also be used for discounts on attractions and tours! Hidden Valley Holiday Park is very proud to announce that all TAWKer families that choose to stay at Hidden Valley Holiday Park will not be charged for the kids to stay for the entire stay! Yep that’s right KIDS STAY FREE FOR THE ENTIRE STAY – Check them out on FaceBook today Award Winning Accommodation Awarded two years running by Caravan and …Read More
HOT HOT October Deals – KIDS STAY FREE Marg the rains are here!!!… Well the build up is here, and its getting hot and sticky….. In celebration of this unique weather we are offering some Hot October Deals. KIDS STAY FREE! With sites from $39 drop in and see what we have to offer! KIDS STAY FREE Solo travelers get a 10% discount (T&C’s = Can only be used for a limit of 20 days and no longer. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other deal) Stay 7 pay 5 Stay 5 pay 4 Million Dollar Fish Discount – 10% Off for anyone that shows their Million Dollar Fish registration (T&C’s = Can only be used for a limit of 20 days and no longer. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other deal) Ask us about our Territorian Rate Contact our friendly staff for terms and conditions. Can not be used in conjunction with any other offer. Find us on FaceBook Hidden Valley Holiday Park are offering amazing Hot October Deals. All of our rooms are fully air-conditioned and self-contained. We have rooms to suit everyone! From motel style rooms, perfect for the lone traveler or a couple on a getaway, to one and two bedroom deluxe apartments for the family or a group of friends. All while cooking up a storm with our fully equipped camp kitchen and FREE BBQs for all to enjoy. Hidden Valley Holiday Park is the hidden treasure you’ve been looking for! We are only 10km from the Darwin CBD and 7 minutes away from the new Gateway Shopping Centre in Palmerston. Casuarina Shopping Centre is only 12 minutes away and the Airport is very handy at only 11 minutes. Needing somewhere close by for a bite to eat? You’re in luck! …Read More
Hidden Valley Holiday Park TV Commercial Recently Hidden Valley Holiday Park hired local company Rick Creative Media to film and create a new TV commercial. The Hidden Valley Holiday Park TV Commercial was filmed onsite featuring a local family. We are extremely satisfied with the finished product and are super excited to see it playing. We would love to hear your feedback. Let us know what you think..
Hidden Valley Holiday Park has recently been featured in RVDaily, Australia’s Top online caravan and camping online magazines!Read More
We understand the importance this day and age of being able to readily access the internet and the role that FREE WIFI plays. Travellers rely heavily on FREE WIFI to plan, book and enhance their trip.Read More
It’s promotion time! MORE CHANCES TO WIN IN SEASON 4! 5 × $1,000,000*, 100 × $10,000 + 20 × $5,000 CHARITY FISH The odds of catching the $1M barra have never been better! The $1M tagged fish from Seasons 1, 2 and 3 have been reactivated for Season 4. With another two Season 4 $1M tagged fish we are providing five chances to catch the million dollars! There will also be 100 fish worth $10,000 each and special new category of 20 fish, with purple tags, worth $2,500 cash to the angler plus $2,500 to a Territory-based charity. Hidden Valley Holiday Park is offering a discount on all our Accommodation options for registered Fisho’s in the Million Dollar Fish competition. We have air-conditioned rooms that are great value and have everything you need to relax after a day on the water. We also have powered ensuite caravan and camping spots too. And plenty of secure parking options for your boat. All you need to do is show us that you have registered to receive a 10% discount Get it @ Craigs! Our local fishing store Craig’s Fishing Warehouse Get it @Craig’s has jumped on board too and will provide a 25% discount off lures, you can pick up your voucher when you check in @HiddenValleyHolidayPark. So what are you waiting for grab your mates and book now. Call 08 8984 2888 to make a booking, show your registration to our very friendly and helpful reception staff to secure your discount. Our staff are very knowledgeable on fishing in Darwin and surrounds and happy to part with their tactics and tips. We even have the reigning Champion Female Angler of the 2017 Club Marine Barra Nationals on staff ready to provide expert advice or just show off her trophy Make sure you like and follow us on FaceBook for more information and posts and updates on the promotion.
We have some of the Best National Parks in the world here in Australia, and four of the best are located in the beautiful Northern Territory. We’ve taken a look at them here| Hidden Valley Holiday Park Kakadu Kakadu National Park represents a different side of the Northern Territory. Home to lush floodplains and bountiful estuaries, Kakadu contains a diverse range of animal and plant life — 280 species of birds (around 1\3 all the species living across Australia), and everything from Mangrove roots to towering, buttressed rainforest trees. Kakadu also stands as one of the premier preservations of Indigenous Australian culture, religion, and art, with hundreds of distinct cave painting locations dating back to 20,000 years ago. On top of this, it houses countless pathways, camps, and artifacts from thousands of years of Aboriginal inhabitation. This is a place where you’ll never want for activities. Check out one of the towering waterfalls, or go for a tour of the rivers by boat (watch for crocs!). Anyone looking for a little history can visit one of the Cultural Centres, or go straight to the art sites themselves. The weather around Kakadu dictates what kind of experience you’ll have. During Gudjewg (Monsoon) season you won’t want to be roughing it in a tent, but a huge amount of new flora and fauna pop up to compensate. Come a few months later, in Banggerreng (‘Knock ‘em down storm), and clear skies abound, plus winds will have blown down the giant Speargrass plants, allowing you a better look at the shorelines. Make sure to check the current season before booking a trip. Kata-Tjuta Stanislav Fosenbauer / Shutterstock.com Kata-Tjuta, home to Uluru (also known as Ayers Rock) and Kata-Tjuta itself, is one of the top tourism spots of Australia. Fortunately for those of us …Read More
The Northern Territory is quintessential Australia, with the Outback and ancient Indigenous culture reflecting all that is unique and beautiful about this land. Here are 10 Things You Must Do In The Northern Territory.Read More
Activities for the whole family – Camping or taking a caravan out on the road is a great way to get the entire family outdoors and away from the daily routine. It also allows you to reconnect with one another, often without the interruptions of modern technology. While some parents may find it a challenge to keep the kids entertained without technology, there are plenty of activities you can do to engage the whole family whilst away on a holiday. Here are some of our favourite activities to do when camping and caravanning, or on holidays Bush Walking This is a classic holiday activity. Nothing beats getting back to nature while getting some (often much needed) fresh air and exercise. Picking a suitable trail/walking track for the whole family, pack a picnic lunch and plenty of water, and you have all you need for a rewarding day out.
Blogging is often thought of as a “young person’s” game, a pastime of the gen-Yers to highlight their knowledge on a certain subject. But for many, blogging is a way to share fun experiences that aren’t just limited to the young. The young-at-heart also have plenty of stories to share online. For retired nomads travelling the country or globe, the stories to share are endless. That’s why there’s a whole bunch of blogs detailing visit-worthy landmarks, tips for cooking on the road, and advice on finding the right campsites. Some blogs are informative, some are exciting and funny, and others are designed to feed the imagination of other young-at-hearts considering travel. So if you’re considering jumping in the caravan, hopping on a cruise, or jetting off for some excitement in 2015, check out one of these great retiree travel blogs: