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Located in Tom Price in the Western Australia region, Tom Price Tourist Park provides accommodations with free private parking. The accommodation whilst basic was very clean and well maintained. The caravan park has a nice atmosphere with lots of trees and shady spots. We used the accommodation as a base to visit Karijini National which is just over an hour away which we found as a great alternative to the other limited options. Tom Price is a nice clean mining town with all the basic facilities.
We cancelled on Booking.com due to Covid travel restrictions and WA quarantine requirements. Booking.com did not communicate this with TPTP. Booking.com just emailed us that they'd contact the site to review the cancellation fee. That was the last we heard from Booking.com
A mining town. Facilities very good. Accommodation choices good. A convenient base for further exploring the Pilbara. The motel restaurant was excellent. The Visitors Centre very helpful and welcoming.
Tom Price was a typical mining town with good facilities for tourists. We had a very enjoyable climb of Mt.Nameless but it requires a fair level of fitness. Others we met had driven their 4X4 to the top which gave wonderful views of the surrounding areas. The staff at the Tourist Informatiin Centre were very helpful and the local people we met were friendly.
Seemed a nice small town with several shops & great sports facilities. We ate at the Red Breeze, which was nice. There don't appear to be many alternative holiday accommodation options which is why we ended up at the Tom Price hotel motel ☹️
Good access to the Karijini National Park. Not much choice for a motel, there are plenty of camp grounds, several eateries in Tom Price - all reasonably priced. Nothing gourmet! 2 bottle shops and a large Coles.
Tom Price us a lovely town and easy access to Karijini however the accommodation facilities are sadly lacking. The caravan Park is inconveniently located and well out of town. Plus their booking requirements are onerous, on enquiry (admittedly some time ago) I was advised that if the booking needed to be changed, you still had to pay for it and then rebook and pay again. The motel, whilst conveniently located, is a disgrace. I only stay there because the alternative is a 15 hour work day, including a 2.5 hour drive home. Hardly safe. And in the past the meals are the worst I have ever eaten in a "restaurant". I think reheated and forget about any changes, they couldn't even work out how not to put the chips on my plate. The last alternative is the workers camp which I don't believe the public can get into, I have stayed there a couple of times but it is what it is, not holiday accommodation.