New England Hwy, Muswellbrook NSW 2333, Australia
New England Highway Muswellbrook NS
0428 493 731
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Not very good parking
Not really worth it.. numerous foodstalls all selling the same thing (dagwood dogs..Chips and other unhealthy fare.. most rides not working from lack of interest and far too expensive
Good place close to every thing
went to the markets there interesting items.
never stopping here again, the caretaker is so abusive and not care who you are unless you work at the mines and get close to all amenities, when people start going thru campsites he not want to know about it, and ask him about security key cause gates get locked at night, well that does not happen and when looking for a site he tells you down the back with junkies or outside the gate he not care ....well that's just great welcome to Muswellbrook, you travel and need to shop and spend money in town and get greeted by that rude imbosile caretaker with no respect of who you are , my wife and I got abused after telling no we wont move to another site cause there was no other site and then got told to well you get the idear .. the caretaker we found out was a bloke called Ron and doesn't like many people .. well we say YOU NOT WANT TO BE POLITE AND GREET EVERYONE - PACK YOUR THINGS AND STOP GREETING PEOPLE AND MOVE ON SOMEWHERE ELSE, YOU DONT HAVE TO BE THERE, YOU CHOSE TO BE THERE, we were travelling in south Australia and hearing bad stuff about Muswellbrook, so looks like nothing good about Muswellbrook showground, so a lot of people giving this town a wide birth, we stoped over night that was bad enough, toilet absolutely stunk and was filthy and blokes shagging in the shower with their partners , come on this is a public place but looks like we got it wrong , sounds like a brothel..
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