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Grumpy Grey Nomads Caravan Parks Australina Capital Territory List, you can also use our site search engine to find other Caravan Parks Sites we have listed in Australia
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Alivio Tourist Park
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20 Kunzea Street, O’Connor, 2602, Australian Capital Territory, Australia

Not suitable for Camper trailers that need to hammer pegs into the ground Cater for caravans and camper trailers up to 10metres in length Volleyball

FacilitiesAmenities Block, Wine Bar, Basketball Ring, BBQ, Beach Volleyball, Cafe, Camp Kitchen, Playground, Dump Point, Foosball, Onsite Kiosk, Laundry, Sullage, Swimming Pool, Table Tennis, Tennis Court, Trampoline, Water Taps, WiFi Available
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250 Canberra Avenue, Symonston, 2609, Australian Capital Territory, Australia

FacilitiesAmenities Block, BBQ, Camp Kitchen, Playground, Laundry, Mobile Phone Reception
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81 Donald Road, NSW, Karabar, 2620, Australian Capital Territory, Australia

The Crestview Tourist Park is not a bad place to set as a base camp to explore Canberra and its surrounding area.

FacilitiesAmenities Block, BBQ, Playground, Gymnasium, Laundry, Water Taps, WiFi Available
Epic Exhibition Caravan Park
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Flemington Rd & Northbourne Avenue, Mitchell, 2602, Northern Territory, Australia

The Epic Exhibition Caravan Park allows you to bring your pet with you. It has been said that this park is a bit on the old side. But its close to Canberra, and OK for setting up a base to explore the local surroundings for a few days.

FacilitiesAmenities Block, Camp Kitchen, Laundry, Pet Friendly, Water Taps

A.C.T. Latest Listings

A.C.T. Free Camping, Caravan Parks, Visitor Centres, and Sightseeing

Australia is blessed with many free camping locations across the nation.
Unfortunately, the Australian Capital Territory is really lacking in free camping locations;
However, the A.C.T. does cater for the travelling visitor, reasonably well.
You will find a few caravan parks from which you can set up a base camp, and explore the A.C.T. and surrounding area.
It's also a good idea to pop into a Visitor Centre, to gain an insight into what places are worthy of spending some time.
We only have a few Rest Areas listed, but I'm sure there are others that we don't have in our database.

Also if you know of a place that is not already listed.
You can add it yourself, or ask the admin to do it for you.
This way we an share Australia with those willing to go and explore it.