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How to Caravan around Australia this Easter – without the towing

March 16, 2016 Travel Deals No Comments Print Print Email Email

Easter holidays are approaching and the long weekend (25th to the 28th of March) is a popular time for Australians to hit the road to explore the country. We’ve put together the top caravan parks that still have availabilities over the long weekend, that offer a unique No Tow service, pioneered by Australia’s largest peer-to-peer caravan rental website, MyCaravan.

MyCaravan’s No Tow feature allows renters to have caravans delivered to their chosen site, so they can enjoy a caravanning holiday without the towing. They simply choose a caravan or camper trailer located near their holiday location, then drive to the destination. The caravan owner delivers and sets up the caravan for the renter.

According to Tourism Research Australia, caravanning and camping accounts for $7 billion of expenditure annually. However, caravans are typically only used for a few weeks a year, sitting vacant for most of the year. MyCaravan provides a perfect way to earn money from these valuable under-utilised assets, at rates that are up to 50 percent cheaper than commercial operators.

If you need any more info about these destinations or would like to speak to Chris Noone, CEO of MyCaravan, about peer-to-peer caravan rentals, just let me know.

Queensland – Jacobs Well Tourist Park 

Right on the waterfront, Jacobs Well Tourist Park offers a tranquil base from which to enjoy all that southern Moreton Bay has to offer.

New South Wales – Banana Coast Caravan Park 

Nestling amongst lush rain forest plants, Banana Coast Caravan Park offers caravan or tent sites, situated amidst tropical bird filled gardens, Swimming Pool, Tennis Court, Children’s Playground, Games Room, BBQ and Convenience Store are all located on site.

Victoria – Eldorado Tourist Park, Geelong

Geelong’s only “Pet Friendly” tourist park, located only 10 minutes from the heart of the city. Close to all major shops, waterfront, and Victoria’s 1st water theme park – Adventure Park.

Tasmania – Barilla Holiday Park, Cambridge 

A convenient fifteen minute drive from Hobart, but far enough to feel like you are getting away from it all, this makes for a perfect place to stay when you are looking for quality caravan parks near Hobart.

South Australia – Mannum Caravan Park

Ideally situated as a base for day trips to Adelaide, Barossa Valley, The Riverland, and The Adelaide Hills.

Western Australia – Pilbara Holiday Park, Karratha 

The Pilbara Holiday Park is widely regarded as the best holiday park for those exploring Australia’s North West.

Northern Territory – Darwin Free Spirit Resort, Darwin

Just 15 minutes drive south of the Darwin CBD, this idyllic tropical haven is a favourite amongst families.

ACT – Crestview Tourist Park, Canberra

Just a short drive from the airport, as well as Canberra’s popular restaurant and café destinations in Kingston and Manuka, you will be sure to find something to do for the whole family.

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