Top 10 campervan parks in Australia

When it comes to campervan parks, the old adage about the “eye of the beholder” comes true. You really need to know what your priorities are: maybe you want a quiet park, maybe you are interested in proximity to amenities, or maybe you’re travelling with children and what somewhere safe for them to play.

Regardless of what you’re looking for, here are Top 10 campervan parks in Australia that you’ll love.

Wintersun Caravan & Tourist Park Western Australia:

If you find yourself at Wintersun’s very remote location in Western Australia, you’ll find it a welcoming respite. A quiet park with plenty of amenities, and access to town is just a short distance.

Drifters Holiday Village, Kingscliff:

This top-rated park is just a few miles south of Gold Coast, in a perfect spot to soak up some sunshine and relax. The park has plenty of amenities and space for you to stretch out – though please note, no pets allowed.

Toora Tourist Park:

This little spot is close enough to Melbourne without being too close. It’s the perfect couple’s spot – there are hiking trails nearby, then cool your heels at the on-site spa when you return. Free wifi and spotless facilities round out the package

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Seeing the Beaches around Australia

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seeing as many beaches as possible. Here is Ulladulla Beach.

Halls Gap Tourist Park:

 For a wonderful spot to enjoy the Grampians, look no further than this recently renovated park. Popular with larger groups and families due to the spacious facilities, the site has rave reviews for being immaculate and its courteous staff

Berri Riverside Caravan Park:

With a variety of activities to partake in, from canoeing to wine tasting. There’s even a whole schedule of things to do for kids. This is the perfect spot in the rural countryside of South Australia.

Beachcomber Motel & Caravan Park, Cardwell:

Perhaps one of the best views of any caravan park in Queensland, if not the east coast. Don’t miss the popular bar & pizza happy hour at the restaurant, if you can tear yourself away from the beach, which is literally steps away.

BIG4 Anglesea Holiday Park:

This park is located on an idyllic stretch of Great Ocean Road which leaves little to be desired. The park features a full variety of amenities and campervan spots that suit all budgets. Perfect for families with younger children

Sun setting

Sun Setting in Ulladulla

Happy Wanderer Village, Hervey Bay:

With such a cheerful name, it’s hard not to like this sunny caravan park, located north of the Sunshine Coast. Facilities are clean and offer a variety of upgrades, like private toilets. Also offers you the option to leave your campervan on site for a small fee if you’re catching a ferry to Frasier Island.

Edithburgh Caravan Park:

Located just steps from the famous pier on Yorke Peninsula, this caravan park offers a wonderful location to explore all the historic sites in the area, including the recently refurbished walking trails from Edithburgh. Opt for the southern amenities as they’ve been upgraded.

As you can see, Campervan hire is a great way to travel and explore Australia. There are so many great places to stay, relax and enjoy a holiday


This was a guest post by Maui Australia.



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2 thoughts on “Top 10 campervan parks in Australia

  • May 27, 2013 at 6:16 am

    We have stayed at the Beachcomber in Cardwell and agree that it is great. Despite the fact that B.H. and I had a disagreement about backing the van into the spot (I thought he was about to run the 4WD into a tree!). The bar/restaurant is a great place to sit outside at and enjoy the view. Great for boaties too!
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  • January 16, 2014 at 2:47 pm

    Thank you!

    As a family of avid travellers, I am forever trying to find caravan parks that look nice, have all the amenities and are close by to most of the places that we want to see (so we can walk instead of taking the car). This has resulted in us staying in some absolute dumps over the years. From this list, we have stayed at the BIG4 Anglesea Holiday Park and the Halls Gap Tourist Park – I have to admit that we were very impressed with both and definitely wouldn’t mind returning. I’ve made a note of the other parks for future reference, too.


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