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Kingscote Nepean Bay Tourist Park and Parade Units, Brownlow

Superbly located on quiet, safe Brownlow Beach. The park is nestled among native and European trees and shrubs. Immaculately clean units and amenities blocks. The Park self-contained units with ensuite sleep up to four people, while the Parade units are affordable studio style self-contained units which sleep up to seven people.

Parade units are located across the road from the park set in attractive colourful gardens and natural bush and share the park’s reception/office and laundry. Basic budget cabins with shared amenities and onsite vans also available. Fishing charters and tours can be arranged.

AAA Tourism star rating – Tourist Park two and a half star, Park and Parade units three star.

Accommodation Options


One bedroom two berth and two bedroom four berth.


One double bed, two single beds or two bunk beds.


Popular Activities

  • Bird Watching
  • Fishing - Beach
  • Sightseeing
  • Snorkelling
  • Swimming
  • Beach
  • Fishing
  • Wildlife

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