Caravan Parks: Three We Love, Three We Long For
This month we have six caravan parks that offer something for everyone. Close to metropolitan areas and some further afield – take a look! By Morgan Lane 1. We Love Blue Mountains Tourist Park Katoomba …
This month we have six caravan parks that offer something for everyone. Close to metropolitan areas and some further afield – take a look! By Morgan Lane
1. We Love Blue Mountains Tourist Park Katoomba Falls, NSWThe Blue Mountains is one of Sydney’s best kept secrets when it comes to camping destinations and the Blue Mountains Tourist Park is one such venue. Located in the heart of Katoomba, the Tourist Park is a short walk from the renowned Three Sisters and the Scenic World Skywalk, as well as a plethora of hidden waterfalls and breathtaking lookouts. Blue Mountains Tourist Park offers ensuite cabins and campsites as well as powered and non-powered sites. Laundry, barbecue and kitchen services are available as well as a handy dump point.
2. We Love Anglesea Beachfront Family Caravan Park Anglesea, VICAs the only park in Anglesea with both beach and river frontage, Anglesea Beachfront Family Caravan Park packs a serious punch of extras when it comes to caravan parks. Perched at the top of the Great Ocean Road the park sits right between the Anglesea shoreline and the Anglesea River with 16 hectares of parkland on offer. With an indoor heated spa, onsite gym, lagoon-style swimming pool and your pick of either a powered bush camp, caravan or motorhome site. Kids will enjoy the jumping pillow, indoor play centre, mini golf, basketball, playgrounds and more. Topping it off, Anglesea offers plenty of opportunities for water activities as well as mountain bike and horse riding, bushwalking and 4WD tracks.
3. We Love Lake Moogerah Caravan Park Moogerah, QLDA short drive from either Brisbane or the Gold Coast will bring you to the picturesque Lake Moogerah Caravan Park. Surrounded by the breathtaking Scenic Rim, this campsite in the heart of spectacular mountains is an ideal waterside retreat. Offering powered and unpowered camping and caravan sites; Lake Moogerah Caravan Park is big-rig friendly and simply a perfect pull-up for any towing combination. There is an onsite kiosk, amenities, three boat ramps, fire pits and camp kitchen as well as a playground for the kids. With plenty of annual events running throughout the year, Lake Moogerah Caravan Park is an oasis worth adding to your list.
1. We Long For Wave Rock Caravan Park Hyden, WALocated at the base of the dramatic Western Australian icon, Wave Rock is the Wave Rock Caravan Park. Ensuite powered sites as well as unpowered sites in a natural bush setting are available. This location is pet friendly, so you can bring you four-legged friend although they will have to remain on a leash. A camp kitchen, laundry, swimming pool and even a cricket pitch are all on offer at the park. Venture offsite to experience Wave Rock, the Pioneer Museum, the Lace Place, Miniature Soldier Museum or the Wildlife Park.
2. We Long For Eildon Pondage Holiday Park Eildon, VICWhether you like boating, fishing, hiking or riding, Eildon Pondage Holiday Park is the perfect central hub to experience the lot! Drive-through sites are available for big rigs and an abundance of shady sites are located throughout the park. With 30 acres to explore, there are three amenities blocks, two laundries, a mini golf course and giant outdoor chess set, tennis court, volleyball net and basketball hoop as well as a range of bike trails exploring in and out of the park. Eildon Pondage Holiday Park offers services such as caravan and boat storage, Swap and Go gas, convenience store and a grey and black water dump point.
3. We Long For Mungo Brush Campground Hawkes Nest, NSWMyall Lakes is a popular NSW getaway, and Mungo Brush Campground is well worth its salt. With over 70 campsites available, there is more than enough room to select your own slice of paradise near either the beach or the lake. Basic facilities are available with picnic tables, barbecues, toilets and boat ramp at your disposal. There is access to the Mungo Rainforest walk as well as the Tamboi walking track and Mungo walking track and the lake is perfect for kayaking. If you prefer the beach it is just a short walk from the campsite where you can swim, fish and boat to your heart’s content.
This article was originally posted by RV Daily.