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For those looking for quality, comfortable yet affordable caravan parks, Orange NSW can provide a number of options for the caravan enthusiast. A great choice for families or those travelling with pets, caravan parks are perfect for those looking to take the comforts of home with them when they travel. Visitors will find both powered and unpowered sites, as well as fully self-contained cabins.

Most towns and villages in the surrounding region also have well-appointed caravan parks with BBQ, camp kitchen and laundry facilities as well as public amenities.


Australian National Field Days site

This is a hosted stay through Hipcamp, below is the information provided by the Host regarding their offering. The 130 acres site hosts Agricultural events during the year. It is also run as a working farm and has grassed areas and power sites with access to showers, toilets and a dump point. The grassed area overlooks a Billabong with trees and wildlife with a background to Mount Canobolas.

Millthorpe Boutique Motel

Set in the picturesque heritage village of Millthorpe, the Millthorpe Boutique Motel is four star AAA rated and offers guests the convenience of location and a quiet place to relax in one of their 20 rooms. With accommodation ranging from executive and deluxe rooms to their luxury loft apartments, you are sure to find a room that will suit your requirements.

Blayney and Villages Tourist Park

Blayney and Villages Tourist Park offers 42 powered sites - including eight drive through, two en suite powered, 50 grass and shaded sites, 12 refurbished en suite cabins, a deluxe cabin and 20 workers en suite Dongas with heavy vehicle parking available. The covered Communal area features a large firepit, banquet seating and barbecue and can accommodate 40+ which is ideal for clubs.

Canowindra Caravan Park

The Canowindra Caravan Park is a small park with powered and unpowered sites available. The Park is situated close to the Belubula River and it is a gentle walk to the main street and shopping ,and other attractions around town. The park is pet friendly.

Ophir Reserve

The scene of Australia's first Gold Rush, Ophir Reserve is a rugged yet peaceful reminder of the colonial past. The first Australian payable gold discovery was made here in 1851, just 30 kilometres north east of Orange.

Bakers Shaft Reserve Camp

Bakers Shaft Reserve is a beautiful reserve located along the Belubula River. Visitors can enjoy a barbecue with picnic tables provided and fishing. Free camping is also permitted. The Reserve is located a short 20-minute drive from the village of Mandurama along Burnt Yards Road, situated along the Mid-Western Highway in Central New South Wales.

Canobolas Caravan Park

Canobolas Caravan Park is made up of 58 powered sites for vans and campervans, 22 unpowered tent sites, and 10 cabins. They are located just 2.

Cargo Road Wines

Camp on the Northers slopes among the vines of Cargo Road Wines! With hot showers, power, and a wide range of sites available. You can be close to the conveniences of the winery, or well off away from everyone! You can book a wine tasting, and visit the many other great cellar doors nearby. There's fantastic mountain biking nearby, as well as trails to walk on Mt Canobolas.

Cudal Caravan Park

Cudal Caravn Park is a lovely leafy park perfect for those hot summer days. The park is located adjacent to the Cudal Swimming Pool and a short stroll into the village. Enjoy dinner at the Cudal Bowling Club from Friday to Sunday or visit the Cabonne, Food, Wine and Cultural Centre. Take a walk down to Boree Creek to try and spot one of the local Platypus.


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