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Top 10 Caravan Parks in NSW

Posted by Bob Newman on Mar 03, 2014 - 0 Comments

Tow Your Load to These Gorgeous Locations


Scenic views and a caravan to enjoy them with – what more do you need?

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There’s plenty of reasons to hitch your caravan to the back of your car and get out of Sydney – we’ve come up with ten really good ones. If you’re after a relaxing getaway or an adventure-packed weekend out of town, we’ve got the best of both, right here.

BIG4 Batemans Bay at Easts Riverside Holiday Park

Batemans Bay – about 3 hours, 45 minutes drive from Sydney

This resort-style caravan park> offers the lot – luxury cabin accommodation, caravan and camping sites, with barbecue facilities, a swimming pool and more. The park is situated right on the Clyde River and overlooks the Batemans Bay town centre.

Mountain View Caravan and Mobile Home Village

Shoalhaven Heads – about 2 hours drive from Sydney

Located a short walk from Shoalhaven Heads Beach, the Mountain View caravan park is ideal for those who seek a little adventure – the area is perfect for surfing, windsurfing, fishing or kite flying. Or if you’re getting out of Sydney to do nothing at all, the views down Seven Mile Beach are endlessly captivating.

Lorikeet Tourist Park

Coffs Harbour – about 6 hours drive from Sydney

Located about 33 kilometres north of Coffs Harbour, Lorikeet Tourist Park is a gateway to all of the best things the North Coast has to offer: the amazing Dorrigo National Park, mountain biking, white water rafting, kayaking and sky diving.

Jacaranda Caravan Park

North Haven – about 4 hours drive from Sydney

Whether you’re after the rolling hills of the Camden Haven valley or the forested mountains of the hinterland, Jacaranda Caravan Park has everything you could ever need for a relaxing weekend away: spectacular birdwatching spots in the mountains, self-guided bushwalking tracks, fishing spots and relaxing kayaking tracks.

Kiama Harbour Cabins

Kiama – About an hour and 45 minutes from Sydney

Enjoy breathtaking views of the beautiful Kiama Harbour and Pacific Ocean from Kiama Harbour Cabins. Located a short distance from all the best that Kiama has to offer – the Kiama Blowhole, Jamberoo Action Park and Minnamurra Rainforest – the site has rooms to suit every budget.

Paradise Tourist Park

Tamworth – about 5 hours drive from Sydney

Situated on a one-and-a-half hectare lot on the banks of the Peel River, Paradise Tourist Park lives up to its name, providing a variety of accommodation styles for all budgets and a range of communal facilities, including barbecue facilities, a recreation room, a swimming pool and wifi access.

BIG4 South Durras Holiday Park

South Durras – about 3 hours and 40 minutes drive from Sydney

If you’re looking to get really close to nature, you can’t go past South Durras on the South Coast. A literal stones throw from the beach or leafy Murramarang National Park, it’s the ideal location for swimming, snorkelling, bushwalking, cycling and more.

First Sun Holiday Park

Byron Bay – about 9 hours drive from Sydney

Byron Bay is one of those gems of the East Coast that has everything you could possibly seek for a city escape – relaxed town centre, beautiful beach views (plus the famous Byron Lighthouse) and breathtaking waterfalls. First Sun claims that you’ll never need to take your car anywhere because everything is so close to the site, so drive in, park and then get out and explore!

Huskisson White Sands Tourist Park

Huskisson – about 2 and a half hours drive from Sydney

Located snugly in Jervis Bay, Huskisson White Sands is a short stroll from the town’s amenities and provides activities such as whale and dolphin cruises, kayaking, snorkelling and beach fishing.

Sapphire Beach Holiday Park

Coffs Harbour – about 6 hours drive from Sydney

Situated right on beautiful Sapphire Beach, this holiday park provides both powered and unpowered sites and has its own billabong that is home to many native birds. Enjoy the beachfront or head down to Dorrigo National Park – the options are many and varied.

Heading out towing your own caravan? Read this first: “How to Prep Before Towing a Caravan or Trailer These Summer Holidays


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