I head up to Mildura occasionally to visit the relo’s. This time I stayed at the BIG4 Mildura Getaway Holiday Park. It’s a couple of kilometres out of town but a pleasant enough walk in. There is also an accessible bus and accessible cabs. There are 3 or 4 accessible cabins available. You can book on booking.com, and possibly get their good cancellation policy but you have better choice on their website. They take one day upfront, reimbursable to 7 days before the booking. I think it’s 30 days in high seasons. The cabins look pretty good and quite good value. You can see details on the website, including photos and floor plans of the accessible Cabins.
The park is just over road from the Centro shopping centre. My brother cooked fresh coral trout on our first night. We were able to get lots of fresh fruit (although crappy grapes, strangely).
The cabin ramp is a little steep. We stayed at cabin 19, right by reception. It looks onto pool. Nearby there is a barbie and a spacious games room with billiards and table tennis.
This is a roomy apartment, with a good round the dining table, high eneough for most. The main bed is a bit low, as usual, but reasonably comfy. There are two queen bedrooms. There is only room on the left hand side for my power chair but it’s not too tight. There is a power switch behind the bed. Pull it out and plug in your portable power board. There is a TV in both bedrooms, high up at the foot of the bed (excellent).
There is also a TV in the lounge, plus a radio thing and a DVD player. I used my iPad/Bluetooth speaker.
The shower was well layed out, and has a window.
There is an air conditioner in the lounge, and fans in all main rooms.
There is also a double bunk room for kiddies or carers.
It was quite pleasant sitting on the front porch eating food just bought from Centro across the road.
There is no carpet on the floor, which is usually good for wheelies.
The parking spot is a bit narrow, but okay.
The playroom is fun and we shot some pool.
Quite a lot of thought has gone into the details here.
It’s not flashy, but sensible.