Murrurundi Caravan Park is located in stunning countryside, in the Hunter Valley of NSW.
The Kui Parks member park is located an hour from Tamworth and 3.5hrs from Newcastle on the New England Highway. Great for a rest before you hit the big smoke or the country music capital. The pet friendly park can handle Recreational Vehicles to 20m. It also has one pet friendly cabin.
Powered sites $29 and Unpowered $24. Stay for seven nights and the seventh one is free. Discounts for CMCA, Australian Caravan Club.
Murrurundi is surrounded by magnificent world renowned thoroughbred horse studs. Its neighbour Scone is the ‘Horse capital of Australia’. In May each year, Murrurundi hosts the ‘King of the Ranges Stockmans Challenge’. Bookings are essential.
The Tamworth Country Music Festival is held in January each year. It is much less crowded at Murrurundi during the music festival and cooler too.
The Murrurundi accommodation options include Ensuite Cabins from $80 made from retired railway carriages. Self-contained vehicles $10. Additional people $5. Children (5yrs and under) are free. CMCA members, Australian Caravan Club members and Kui Park members all at discounted rates. (Special discounts not available during the first weekend in May (Thurs – Mon), or for the self-contained vehicles area)
Cabins from $53 per night. The standard cabins $53 are located near the amenities for your convenience. There is also bunkhouse style accommodation with ensuite. The spacious Powered and Unpowered Sites will suit large rigs and groups, and parking assistance for caravans is available.
Murrurundi Caravan Park offers:
Specialising in area for Self-contained Vehicles.
Room for Recreation Vehicles (RV) to 20m.
Spacious sites to suit large vans and buses, some drive through.
Camp Kitchen and BBQ area.
Fire Pit in winter months.
Spotless Amenities and Laundry.
Disabled amenities. Disabled Facilities are available, please contact park directly for exact facilities.
Courtesy bus to local clubs.
There is a dump point available in Murrurundi.
Murrurundi and nearby attractions include:
Burning Mountain is an underground coal seam that has been burning for more than 6,000 years.
Wallabadah Rock is the 2nd largest monolith in the Southern Hemisphere.
Murrurundi Historical Museum.
Paradise Park picnic area.
Self-drive tours and wineries.
Visit nearby Barrington Tops National Park.
Tamworth Country Music Festival in January.
King of the Ranges Stockman’s Challenge in May (book early).
Restaurants, Clubs and Cafes.
Another Kui Parks Chain Member www.KuiParks.com.au
Doug and Carol McIntosh of Murrurundi Caravan Park.
Murrurundi has plenty of space.