Larchview Holiday Park offers the use of a fully renovated amenities building.
Matthew and Tracey de Woeps invite those wishing to
experience a fantastic family holiday to come and stay with
them at Larchview Holiday Park, Naseby's premier holiday
Nestled on the edge of the Black Forest and set in about six
hectares of arch and native New Zealand bush, with a swimming
dam adjacent, Larchview is the ideal destination for the
whole family to enjoy.
There are many activities available in and around the holiday
park, including curling, swimming, gold-panning, tramping,
4WD, golf, tennis, cricket and mountain-biking. Larchview
hires out adults' mountain bikes as well as infant carriers
and tag-along bikes. On December 31 there will be a live band
playing, as well as a fireworks display, and on January 1 a
family fun day will be held.
The de Woeps have owned the holiday park for five years and
in this time they have undertaken extensive
environmentally-friendly renovations, while retaining the
beauty and history of the park.
The main amenity building has been refurbished to a high
standard, with a new modern kitchen and recessed log burner
installed in the dining area, perfect for those chilly Naseby
The interiors of the miners' cottages have been renovated, as
well as the original on-site cabins. The de Woeps have also
created a wonderful playground for children young and old to
Larchview offers a variety of accommodation options,
including powered and unpowered sites, cabins, chalets,
houses and cottages. For those who need to stay "connected''
WiFi is available as well as kiosk internet service (for a