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Road Trippers Encouraged to Pull Into the Capital With Canberra Park Opening

July 23, 2020 Glamping No Comments Email Email

Caravaners, campers and road trippers are spoiled for choice as Australia’s capital welcomes the opening of Canberra Park’s purpose-built caravan park on 22 July 2020.

With 73 sites and a camping ground located within a short walk of Canberra’s light rail service, visitors to the capital can explore more of the region from this newly opened base. Offering a mix of drive through and back-in sites all with power, there are also specially designed sites for larger heavy weight vehicles. These sites are suitable for those travelling in a caravan, motorhome, campervan or with a tent. Facilities include a camp kitchen offering internal and external cooking options, a fully equipped guest laundry and an amenity block complete with a family bathroom and accessible facilities. The Park has boom gate security and is pet friendly, so you and your furry friend can sleep easy at night.

These sites join the existing accommodation facilities in Canberra Park, located adjacent to Exhibition Park in Canberra (EPIC), designed to accommodate students and groups visiting Canberra, housing 408 guests across six accommodation pods, up to 72 supervisors/teachers and private accommodation for coach drivers. A multi-purpose building offers dining for up to 300 guests and flexible meeting spaces.

Canberra Park joins other affordable and practical caravan, cabin and camping accommodation options in the Canberra region. Whether it’s the highly serviced amenities, their convenient location, or an opportunity to reconnect with nature, our accommodation parks offer something for all levels of road trippers:

Alivio Tourist Park Canberra, O’Connor, 3.1km from CBD, from $120/night
Exhibition Park in Canberra Camping Facilities, 5.5km from CBD, from $30/night
Southside Village, Symonston, 6.9km from CBD, from $135/night
Cotter Campground, Casuarina Sands, 16.9km from CBD, from $10/night
Kowen Recreation Area, 19.8km from CBD, from $6.50/night
Blue Range Hut, Uriarra, 23.5km from CBD, from $6.50/night
Centenary Trail Northern Border Campground, 26km from CBD, from $4/night
Cuppacumbalong Homestead, Tharwa, 26.8km from CBD, from $20/night
For more information on accommodation options in the Australian Capital Territory, and for advice on what to see and do in the capital, go to

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