Australian Caravan Parks


We have already talked about RV travel or Caravans in our website. Caravanning is a very popular vacation option in Australia. During our travel to this beautiful land of Kangaroos and breath-taking scenery, we came across many caravan travellers and caravan parking spots. Here’s bringing you a few of the best options to park yours…

There are numbers of RV (recreational vehicle) parks or Caravan Parks where you can stop over, park your vehicles, draw your tents and can stay overnight, or longer. These campgrounds are complete with facilities necessary to have a nice stopover. Here are some of the caravan parks you should try.

Caravan1Midland Caravan Park, Perth:

Located on the edge of the beautiful Swan Valley, Midland Caravan Park offers accommodation with a flat-screen TV and DVD player. Enjoy a meal at Café D’Vine, located directly opposite the property. Takeaway lunch and dinner is also available. Guests can choose between a room, cabin or chalet. All have a microwave and most have a private balcony and an en suite bathroom. There are on-site laundry facilities. Wi-Fi is available throughout the property. Midland Holiday Park is three minutes’ drive from Swan Tafe Midland Campus. Midland Sports Complex is a four-minute drive away, while Midland Gate Shopping Centre is six minutes’ drive away.

BIG 4 Ashley Gardens Holiday Village, Braybrook, Victoria:

Very friendly staffs, good response to complaints and great tourist advice makes it a good choice. Prices are reasonable too. Amenity number is adequate to cope with the number of people. It is a close knit site with cleanliness, good maintenance, good water pressure, sufficient hot water, paper towels/dryer, exhaust fans/good ventilation, disabled facilities etc. There are adequate numbers of tourist spots around. The park also has good night lighting, room for large motor-homes and 5th wheelers, annex slabs to most sites, shade to most sites, en suites, drive-through and adequate taps close by. It also has good laundry, recreation room, a camp kitchen, late checkout facility, disabled facilities, car wash, dump point, van parking, wireless internet and so on.

Carvan2Bermagui Tourist Park, Bermagui, New South Wales:

This Park was formerly called Zane Grey. It is now under a new management and there have been many changes to the park since 2009. New cabins have been built up on a hill and many have water views. Eight ensuites are powered sites on the hill; these sites were a bit small as the ensuites were simply placed on existing powered sites. Some of the powered sites up on the hill are large and generous sites. There are sites down at the entrance to the park, which provide some water views but this area can be exposed to the wind.

Marion Holiday Park, Bedford Park, South Australia:

This Park has about 34 power sites. The rest of the park is devoted to 60 cabins. It has four drive-through sites. Situated on a busy main road with a U-turn required to access the entrance if coming from the coast side, it is advised to approach it from South Road and turn into Sturt Road. If it is a high rig, watch the entrance as it is signed at 3.1 m. The park is very popular and has a high occupancy rate, particularly during holidays with virtually 100 per cent occupancy in both cabins and sites. It has all the features expected at a busy BIG 4 with continuous upgrades including the construction of an enclosed pool.

(The pictures here are just for display. These do not belong to the Caravan Parks listed in the article.)

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