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About Us
Calling All RVers!

Murrurundi Caravan Park is surrounded by breathtaking mountainous scenery - nestled at the base of the Liverpool range and the Great Dividing Range. Our location offers all sorts of sites, each designed with your convenience in mind. We cater for single travellers, couples and families, so there’s no reason to delay. Make your next booking today!

Our caravan park is conveniently situated an hour away from Tamworth and two and half hours from Newcastle on the New England Highway. In fact, we provide the perfect resting place before you hit The Big Smoke or the country music capital.
 You’ll gain easy access to shops, pubs, bowls, a swimming pool and more when you visit our park. 
Located at the northern end of Murrurundi with a 10 minute walk to the nearest pub.
 There are 3 pubs (two of which have a courtesy bus), bowls club with chinese restaurant, various shops and cafes and galleries.

A Message From The Owners
“We travelled for many years in our
5th wheeler towed by our beloved 
Chev, and still haven’t seen all we 
want to see.   We stayed in many 
caravan parks, and looked after 
several of them, so we understand 
the need for the trees to be trimmed, 
the roads to be wide enough, the sites 
big enough, the toilets cleaned and so 
the list continues.   Most of all we 
know  you want to see smiling friendly 
faces and to feel welcome and safe. 
RV’s are our passion, so come and stay 
at our place.”                                                                   Doug and Carol McIntosh
Escape the Concrete Jungle and Unwind – Explore Murrurundi

The next time you seek relief from the daily grind,  be sure to plan a visit to Murrurundi. 
This small, friendly town is situated on the New England Highway at the crown of the Hunter Valley, along the base of the Liverpool Range by the Pages River. 
Located 417 metres above sea level, the Murrurundi atmosphere is clean and refreshing, generally 2 degrees cooler in summer than the nearest towns of Quirindi and Scone. 
Mayne Street was declared an Urban Conservation Zone to ensure the beauty of the surrounds.
At the 2016 Census, the population of Murrurundi was 1,038.

Not only does our community provide beautiful scenery for weary travellers, but it’s also regarded as the arts and cultural capital of the Upper Hunter.    
Surrounded by magnificent world renowned thoroughbred horse studs and on the doorstep of some beautiful wineries.
What was once a busy railway town now features art galleries, interesting shops, collectables, coffee shops and more. 
Guests also gain access to a golf course, a hospital and a selection of pubs.

Our town is home to the King of the Ranges Stockman’s Challenge in February, so what are you waiting for? 
Plan your next trip, and explore all that Murrurundi has to offer!

"Murrurundi - its like paradise in a valley"
NOTE: Bookings  are necessary for King of the Ranges Stockman's Challenge 
(last weekend in February)
and Tamworth Country Music Festival (January).  
During the above two events, a 2 night minimum booking applies to all accommodation.  
(There is no minimum booking applicable to powered sites, or unpowered sites). 
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