Family of 4. Good value if booking a package inc entry to parks, otherwise we wouldn't have booked separately as don't think the value is worthwhile and when compared to other similar resorts or accommodation deals. Pool area nice. Plenty of chairs to relax in. Lifeguard on duty was great. Allowed to take food & drink into pool area (no glass). On occasional nights they have a light show for the kids in the waterplay area. Best to confirm when booking. Multi-coloured lights in the ground and music plays with the water jets on.. fun for the little-ones on a warm night. Nara Resort itself overall is getting tired and dated looking. Nara is over-due for a revamp including the outdoor areas, pool area dining area etc. Rooms are dated looking. Our room was clean on arrival. Air-con in each room, ours was studio style, two queen beds in one room. Kids shared one bed. Very small fridge in cupboard, doesn't hold much. In cupboard/drawer is a kettle, 4 glasses, 4 mugs, coffee/tea/sugar sachets, teaspoons (only) in drawer). Safe in the other cupboard and hair dryer, extra blankets/pillows. Landscaping kept nice, lights in trees. Food pricing not too bad (portion sizes of burgers & chips in pool restaurant was good). Adds up quick, so budget for that. Very few vegan or fresh options on menu. Recommend taking own drinks and snacks for kids if budget is in mind. Easy to use park passes to enter parks. Coles/Woolies not too far a drive away, Hogs Breath cafe just up the road in small shopping village. Overall we enjoyed our 3 day stay, mainly hung around in the evenings as were at parks during the day.