On the shores of Lake Curalo, with Aslings Beach on your back doorstep. Larger-than-average flat sites, fully equipped camp kitchens and modern amenities are a welcome feature for campers. Range of cabins for every budget. Enjoy your beach side glamping experience in our all-in-one premium cabin accommodation. A short drive to Eden town centre.
*Dogs are permitted on sites and selected cabins all year excluding 20th December to 10 January – please call the park directly to book.
Address: Aslings Beach Road (Box 124), Eden NSW 2551
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