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Clean, green and quiet.

Gunnedah Tourist Caravan Park is a quiet off highway park, with shade trees & native birdlife adjoining a billabong & wetland reserve.

We offer clean amenities, pool, BBQ's, air conditioned cabins to suit all budgets, level & drive through sites (limited).

Shops, club, hotels & restaurants are all within easy walking distance.

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What's on at Gunnedah

Ag Quip Rodeo

New South Wales
02 Dec 2015 to 02 Dec 2015

The Ag Quip Rodeo is held on the Wednesday night of the Ag Quip Field Days in August.
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All Breeds and Hack Show

New South Wales
06 Feb 2016 to 06 Feb 2016

The Gunnedah Show Society presents the 2016 All Breeds Spectacular and Hack Show in February at the Gunnedah Showground. Featuring various classes in each category, with food and drink available.
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Annual Porchetta Day

Gunnedah Area, New South Wales
19 Sep 2015 to 19 Sep 2015

*** Latest event details are yet to be confirmed *** Gunnedah is set to recreate Little Tuscany in the Heart of the Namoi Valley at the Annual Porchetta Day celebrations, in late September. To experience a weekend of gourmet Italian inspired cuisine, ample premium wines and long trestle tables set under lazy Mediterranean-like skies will be an easy decision for hard core foodies, gastronomic tourists, springtime sweethearts and families alike.
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Attractions near Gunnedah Tourist Caravan Park

Dorothea Mackellar Memorial Statue

Dorothea Mackellar was said to be inspired by her love of the country, particularly her experiences in the Gunnedah district as a young woman. A bronze, life-sized statue of Dorothea Mackellar, author of 'My Country', is located in Anzac Park, opposite the Visitor Information Centre. A free fact sheet on Dorothea's life and her connection to Gunnedah is available at the centre. A variety of souvenir items, poetry books, and a CD of Dorothea reciting 'My Country' are also available for sale.
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Gunnedah Cultural Precinct

The Cultural Precinct is a building complex which incorporates the heritage listed Town Hall, The Civic cinema/theatre, Smithurst Theatre, Creative Arts Gallery, the Meeting Room, and the Studio Room. The Foyer is an artist run gallery and operated by the Visual Arts Working Group. The Cultural Precinct now also boasts the new Visitor Information Centre.
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Heritage Sculptures at Pensioners Hill Lookout

The Heritage Sculptures at Pensioners Hill Lookout are a group of stones which were erected by the Rotary Club of Gunnedah West with the project funded by BHP Billiton. The sculptures have been created by Carl Merten and Joan Relke to illustrate some aspects of Gunnedah's rich cultural heritage.
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150 Degrees East Meridian

This particular meridian is the basis of the Eastern Australian Standard Time, used in Queensland, New South Wales (except Broken Hill), Victoria and Tasmania.
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Bindea Walking Track

To get an even better view of Gunnedah and the Namoi and Mooki River valleys, follow the trails along the Bindea Walking Track. The Track has two walks that vary in length.
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Breaker Morant Drive

This drive starts at the gate entry of Kitchener Park and goes 500 metres around the park. There is a plaque that tells the whole story.
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Creative Arts Centre

The Creative Arts Centre and Gallery was Gunnedah's Bicentennial project in 1988.
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Cumbo Gunnerah Gallery and Keeping Place

Cumbo Gunnerah was the legendary warrior and wise leader of the Gunn-e-darr people of the Gomeroi (Kamilaroi) tribe.
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Diprotodon Drive - Tamber Springs

Tambar Springs is a small village on the edge of the ancient Warrumbungle Range. Opened up in the early 1830s for grazing, settlement soon followed in 1868. Today it is known for its rich agricultural vistas and rural village charm.
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Gunnedah Rural Museum

The Gunnedah Rural Museum is one of Australia's largest collections of early agriculture and transport memorabilia, with a display of over 1600 exhibits.
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Koalas in Gunnedah

Gunnedah Shire Council and Landcare Groups have encouraged and nurtured the growth of the koala colony by initiating the planting and expansion of tree corridors, which allow the koalas access in and around the town district.
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Lions Club Town Tour

This self-drive tour takes around 40 minutes and is an ideal introduction to Gunnedah. The tour takes in various locations about town including historic Maitland Street which was the original main street of Gunnedah in the early settler days, Porcupine Lookout, Bindea Walking Track, 2MO/2GGG Radio Station, Gunnedah Water Tower Museum, Pensioners Hill Lookout, Creative Arts Centre, Red Chief Memorial, and the Dorothea Mackellar Statue.
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Miners Memorial Statue

Coal has been mined in the Gunnedah Coal Basin for over 130 years, first for local use then later for export. Some mines closed during the economic downturn of the 1980s, but several mines still operate in the Shire of Gunnedah. Vast reserves of high quality coal remain in the Gunnedah Basin and this agricultural centre has exploited the industry's interest in mining coal, as well as coal-seam gas.
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Pensioners Hill Lookout

Stroll to the top of Pensioners Hill for sprawling views of the Gunnedah township. Pensioners Hill was once a shanty town during the great depression. View rock sculptures depicting people and characters of significance to Gunnedah and its rich history.
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Poets Drive

Inspired by the Gunnedah's iconic landmarks and local heroes - travel the Poets Drive and explore the essence of bush life and the challenges and adventures of rural Australia.
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Red Chief Memorial

This is a memorial to Cumbo Gunnerah, the legendary great aboriginal warrior and leader of the Gunn-e-dar people of the Kamilaroi tribe. He was buried in a carved tree in the late 1700s. The tree and his remains were removed and are now housed in the Australian Museum in Sydney. A plaque now marks the site of where the tree was situated. 'The Red Chief', a book written by Ion Idriess depicts the life story of this great aboriginal warrior.
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Water Tower Museum

The Water Tower Museum is located in Anzac Park, adjacent to the Visitor Information Centre and town swimming pool. The museum is now housed in what was once the town's main concrete water tower.
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Waterways Wildlife Park

Located seven kilometres from Gunnedah on the Mullaley Road, Waterways Wildlife Park has many different varieties of wildlife.
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Gunnedah Tourist Caravan Park
51 Henry Street, Gunnedah
South 30° 58.41 East 150° 15.42

Contact Information

(02) 6742 1372
(02) 6742 4702
Bookings 1800 007 142

Park Details

Ensuite Cabin
Non Smoking
Powered Site
Drive-thru Powered Sites
Tent Site
Swimming Pool
Strictly Tourist Park
Sewer Dump Point

Cabins and Charges

2 Persons From To
4 Bedroom House $140 $420
Deluxe Cabin $120
Ensuite Cabin $89 $99
Non-Ensuite Cabin $70
Powered Site $33
Non-powered Site $25
Extra Person (cabin) $15
Extra Adult (site) $15
Extra Child Site $5

Additional Notes

Wifi is available but limited to the inside and immediate outside of main reception area

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