Tooraweenah Caravan Park

Caravan, Camping and Holiday Parks

Tooraweenah Caravan Park is a pet-friendly park offering both powered and unpowered caravan and camping sites along with en suite and standard cabins, an easy 20-minute drive to Warrumbungle National Park. With nightly Happy Hours and a cosy fire in the cooler months or a refreshing pool for the hotter months, guests return time after time to relax and rejuvenate in the clean country air and enjoy true country hospitality.

The en suite cabins sleep a maximum of five guests in a double bed and three bunks and include an en suite shower room with toilet and vanity. The standard cabins sleep a maximum of four guests in a double bed and two bunks; amenities are shared. Both cabin types have reverse cycle air-conditioners and a kitchenette containing enough equipment to prepare simple meals.

Historic Tooraweenah boasts a self-guided walk with many old buildings still standing. It also has a pub, coffee shop, mechanic, beauty salon, post office and hardware store as well as specialist businesses such as olive groves and an emu farm. It is ideally situated in the Central West and has easy access to the bustling town of Dubbo with the zoo or NSW outback.

Facilities

Barbeque Camp Kitchen Communal Refrigerator Drive through sites Family Friendly Laundry Non Smoking Open Fireplace Outdoor Furniture Pet Friendly Swimming Pool

Disabled Assistance

Caters for limited mobility

Membership

Campervan Motorhome Club of Australia

Rates

From AU$17.00

En suite cabin 1-2 guests AUD75
Standard cabin 1-2 guests AUD60
Additional guests in cabins AUD12 each

Powered site: 1 guest AUD22, 2 guests AUD27.50. Additional guests AUD6 each.

Unpowered site : 1 guest AUD17, 2 guests AUD22.
Additional guests AUD6 each.

Pay for 6 nights stay for 7.

Trading Times

Check In: 1:00 pm
Check Out: 10:00 am

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