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Start Planning Your Next Weekend Getaway

There’s simply no reason you should pay inflated rates to enjoy your next holiday. At Murrurundi Caravan Park, we offer clean and comfortable facilities at affordable rates. With our assistance, visitors experience everything that Murrurundi has to offer, all at a reasonable price.

Browse the following section to get a better sense of our pricing options. Whatever the length of your stay, we think that you’re going to agree with our highly affordable rates.
-  Sites  -
Powered Sites – $29 per night  
These sites are level and easy to access - grass or slab.   
Suited to caravan, 5th wheeler, camper, tent or motorhome and big rig friendly.
Want to stay hooked up?  Ask for a drive thru site
Unpowered Sites – $24 per night
    Self-Contained Vehicles – $5 per night.   This area is fully fenced, level and grassy.
    (no discounts apply – not available during last weekend in February)
    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). 
    Accommodation (Includes Linen)

    Just a bed - is that all you need?   This is a perfect solution for you.  Single bed with electric blanket.  Located within easy walking distance of the amenities and camp kitchen

    Bunkhouse - $30 one night   (2 or more nights $27 per night)

            Mix budget with a touch of class! - unique spacious and modern.  
    Camp Cabin.
    Includes kitchenette, fridge, big screen TV, reverse cycle aircon, double bed with electric blanket (some with additional Futon). Absolutely perfect for a couple or individual. Located near to amenities for your convenience.

    Camp Cabins - $69 one night  (2 or more nights - $65 per night)

    Yesteryear style railroad accommodation embracing a modern interior
    Ganger's Lodge
    Includes kitchenette, fridge, big screen TV, reverse cycle aircon, double bed with electric blanket (some with additional Futon). Absolutely perfect for a couple or individual. Located near to amenities for your convenience.

    Ganger's Lodge - $69 one night (2 or more nights - $65 per night) 

    Ensuite Cabin.
    Cabins include ensuite, full kitchen facilities including large fridge, TV, cooker, reverse cycle aircon, electric blankets.  

    Ensuite Cabins – $87 one night   (2 or more nights - $82 per night)

    Step back in time
    Stay in one of our retired railway carriages, some of which started their service in 1928. They were transported to the caravan park in 1988 and are now being lovingly refurbished to provide very comfortable accommodation with a difference.
    Providing the perfect stopover for the many train enthusiasts, or a very romantic weekend away for those in love.  We can arrange for a gift on arrival to surprise that special person in your life.

    Ensuite Carriage.   
    Retired railway carriage comes with full kitchen facilities including large fridge and cooker, microwave, ensuite, reverse cycle aircon, double bed or two singles complete with electric blanket. 

    Ensuite Carriages - from $89 one night  (2 or more nights - $85 per night)

    Family Ensuite Carriage.
    Relax in these carriages which have additional lounge area, and have full kitchen including large fridge, microwave, cooker, reverse cycle aircon.   Double bed and two single beds, all with electric blankets.

    Family Ensuite Carriages - $110 one night (2 or more nights - $105 per night)

    Bunkhouse Ensuite.
    Perfect for the larger family or group of workers with a job in the area. Consists of two separate rooms containing Six single beds, all with electric blankets.  Full kitchen with large fridge, cooker, microwave, reverse cycle aircon.

    Bunkhouse Ensuite - $110 one night  (2 or more nights - $105 per night)
    • Extra person in cabin (including linen) – $10
    • Extra person on site – $5
    • Linen for additional bed – $5
    • Shower per person (casual visitor) – $5
    • Washing Machine/Dryer - each per load – $4
    • Amenity use/camp kitchen use/water fill – $5 each for self-contained vehicles
    • Storage of caravan or car – $5
    Group Bookings

    Group bookings are very welcome.
    Stay For 7 Consecutive Nights – The 7th Night Is Free!

    If you have any additional questions, comments or concerns, be sure to reach out to one of our friendly staff members. We’d love to tell you more about our booking policies and rates.
    Just show your card to enjoy discounts to members of KUI PARKS, CMCA, and ACC.    Solos and seniors too - just ask!
       (Only one type of discount can be claimed per booking)
    Visit the Vineyards or Horse Studs - try the best wines and olive oils the Upper Hunter has to offer or be amazed at the beauty of the thoroughbred studs.
    See and Do
    Murrurundi and surrounds is a very scenic area, so when you drive off for the day, dont forget your camera.  
    A few of these drives are listed below.  

    Right on our doorstep

     Paradise Park  in Murrurundi is a delightful picnic area in semi tropical surroundings; literally at the foot of a steep and densely wooded hill. It is located on Paradise Road past the golf course it has shelters, barbeques, toilets, plenty of birds and at dusk there are usually some wallabies.    Take a stroll through the “Eye of the Needle” a rock formation, which is located at the end of the park, a narrow gap wide enough for a person to fit through, which you must pass to reach the summit. The trail continues to the lookout which affords fine views across to the mountains and the valley.

    Short drives and day trips

    Wallabadah Rock: The 2nd largest monolith in the Southern Hemisphere, the rock is a large plug (959 m high) of an extinct volcano. 

    The Who'd-A-Thought-It Lookout on Who'd-A-Thought-It Hill, Quirindi  offers panoramic views of the town, the Liverpool Plains to the west and the Great Dividing Range to the south and to the east beyond Wallabadah. The ridges in the area are the result of major volcanic activity in the past. There is evidence of ancient oceanic coral reefs and beaches in the vicinity..
    The origins of the lookout's unusual name are uncertain. The Who'd-A-Thought It Hotel, built on the western side of the hill in 1882, became a popular venue for drinking, sports meetings and horse races. It burned down in 1906. Perhaps the hill was named after the hotel or vice-versa. Local legend maintains that the name derives from the surprise felt by travellers either upon encountering the hotel or by unexpectedly sighting Quirindi once at the top of the rise. There are various stories as to how the hill came to be called 'Who'd A Thought It' but the one most popular with local folk is that of the old bullock driver, who in the searing heat of a mid-December day, was coaxing and bullying his team up the hill. Legend has it that when the team finally made it to the top, the hot and weary bullocky looked down the other side and saw, to his surprise, an old tavern at the foot of the hill. The bullocky's delighted cry was 'Who'd A Thought It'! Today it is a fine picnic spot. To get there follow the Gunnedah signs to the edge of town where you will see a signposted right-hand turn.

    Wingen Mountain, overlooking Burning Mountain. The reclining form of the bereaved Wingen maid can be seen in the profile of the rocks.  Burning Mountain is made of marine and coal-bearing sediments dating back to the early Permian period (around 300 million years ago). It appears that two coal seams, around 16 km to the north of Burning Mountain, somehow ignited and have been burning at a rate of about a metre per year. The distance it has travelled suggests that the underground fire began at least 15,000 years ago, although taking into account periods when the burning may have been much slower, the fire may be a great deal older. Today, a two-metre-thick coal seam is burning around 20 – 30 metres below the surface. There are numerous outlets across the surface of the mountain, made obvious by the death of the surrounding vegetation, yellow sulphur deposits, red iron oxides and white sinter powder around the openings - as well as the heat haze and rising smoke and fumes. Air let in through the openings feeds the fires below, creating a furnace with temperatures around 1700 degrees Celcius. As the coal seam burns and the surrounding rocks are affected by the heat, the land collapses, creating an uneven, rocky landscape. 

    Washpools waterhole in Towarri National Park  is a natural swimming hole in Middle Brook, only 500m from Washpools picnic area and viewing platform. 

    Ellerston, the horse stud property owned by the Packer family is just a small drive via Timor Caves, and at  Moonan Flat take time to stop at the historic Victoria Hotel on your journey to Barrington Tops.  There are driving restrictions in Winter due to the snow and ice, so check out  for more information.

    A popular day trip to Nundle will give you to chance to visit the Woollen Mill. 

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