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Active Holidays – BIG4 Mudgee
An inviting park that is well-positioned in the emerging town of Mudgee, which has been named as Australia's Best Weekend Away Destination in 2014 and doubles as a leading wine region. The park provides a relaxing country experience with friendly hospitality.
Camper tip: Keep some room free to stock up on first-rate wine and delicious local produce. And make sure that you visit one of the Farmers markets, concerts or festivals that take place in Mudgee.
BIG4 Tweed Billabong
An outstanding family-oriented park that occupies prime land in alluring Tweed Heads, with the world-famous Gold Coast only a short drive away. The park's private saltwater billabong is ideal for a leisurely paddle in a kayak, fishing, or a play on the park's aqua jump equipment and in the 'Green Cauldron' waterpark.
Camper tip: Reserve a site that overlooks the inviting billabong. If interested in whale watching the fabulous Coolangatta Whale Watching Cruise is close by.
Conjola Lakeside Van Park
An enticing park with an enviable position on the shores of Lake Conjola, spotted within the magnificent South Coast region. The resort swimming pool is the perfect spot to relax after a day of exploring. And the water playgrounds and Kids Club activities are great entertainment for the little ones.
Camper tip: Take note of the premium waterfront cabin sites, which are detailed on the website.
Solitary Islands Resort, Wooli
An outstanding North Coast resort park that is situated on the Wooli River and is totally surrounded by Yuraygir National Park and part of the Solitary Islands Marine Park. The Resort offers different kinds of accommodation to serve all kind of budgets. Some cabins have a private spa, dishwasher and reverse cycle air-conditioning.
Camper tip: Riverfront sites provide the perfect holiday setting. Check out their 18-hole mini golf court and use their free canoes to explore the surroundings.
Armidale Tourist Park
Armidale Tourist Park is an award-winning inland park situated just minutes from the centre of Armidale, and only a short drive to the wonderful National Parks of the New England region. When looking where to stay in Armidale, Armidale Tourist Park has everything you need to keep the whole family happy.
Camper tip: The park is the gateway to Waterfall Way and in addition to that they are very pet-friendly.
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