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Broken Hill Tourist Park

Address : 142 Rakow Street , Broken Hill NSW 2880
GPS : South 31° 57.41 East 141° 26.18
Phone : +61 8 8087 3841
Fax : +61 8 8088 7188

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Lake View Caravan Park

Address :1 Mann Street, Broken Hill NSW 2880
Phone :(08) 8088 2250

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Silverland Caravan Park Road House

Address : 729A Lane St, Broken Hill NSW 2880
Phone :0414 393 917

National Parks And Wildlife Service Far West

Address :183 Argent St, Broken Hill NSW 2880
Phone :(08) 8080 3200

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Camping in the outback can be a great family experience, getaway with friends, or just a great place to escape by yourself. Taking time to escape life, get outside and camp can help you slow down, rest, and appreciate the simple life. And, Broken Hill is a great place for weekend or day trips to see all that the region hosts. You can take in the view at Mundi Mundi lookout, visit the Menindee Lakes, visit art galleries and museums, tour the Day Dream Mine, discover Silverton, and much much more.

If you’re looking for good Broken Hill camping sites, Broken Hill caravan parks or general accommodation in Broken Hill, there are many great caravan parks and camping grounds to choose from. Wherever you choose to stay, you are sure to have a wonderful experience camping outback NSW. Here is a complete list of the caravan parks and camping sites to choose from in the Broken Hill area:

1) Lake View Caravan Park, Broken Hill NSW

This lovely caravan park has various types of cabins to choose from including 2 bedroom cottages, deluxe units, or 2×2 bedroom cottages with a spa. Disabled cabins are also available. Amenities include a swimming pool, locations for BBQ, camp-kitchens, laundry, and a playground for the kids.

Tariff’s range from just $20 to $145 AUD. Upon booking, you can arrange to bring your pets to this camp site. You are reminded to bring your own linens.

Click here to visit their website for booking and more information.

2) Broken Hill Tourist Park, Broken Hill NSW

Awarded the Best Caravan Park in 2008 and 2009, this park offers a variety of accommodations including: cabins, private en-suite sites, powered sites, as well as unpowered camping sites.

Cabins choices include either a queen en-suite 2 bedroom cabin or a superior 2 bedroom cabin, or a standard 1 bedroom cabin or an en-suite 1 bedroom cabin.

Amenities include free wireless internet throughout the park, a heated swimming pool, a playground for the kids, a covered BBQ area, and free WiFi if you choose to stay in a cabin.

Pets are welcome at this park. If you choose to stay in a cabin, it will be equipped with bedding and linens, Austar television, and either a full kitchen or a kitchenette.

You can choose to stay for a day or two or for months. You can make arrangements for large groups as well. For groups, Broken Hill Tourist Park can work with food providers to make meal arrangements for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Click here to visit their website for booking and more information.

3) Broken Hill Racecourse, Broken Hill NSW

While this campground is located just outside of Broken Hill, it is just opposite the golf course and offers a quite, clean, and grassy campground. It accommodates caravans trailers, and motor homes as well.

This campground does not have a website available but the fees are $15 per night for unpowered sites and $25 per night for powered sites.

4) Eldee Station, Silverton NSW

Located near Broken Hill in Silverton NSW, Eldee Station boasts some of the best views of the Mundi Mundi Plains from the camp sites. One benefit to the Eldee Station camp site and caravan park is that you will only be sharing the campsite area with a maximum of 7 other families. Some camp sites also include grass. When booking, you can choose from a powered or unpowered camp site.

Amenities include nearby wireless internet access, free parking, camp-kitchens, courtyard with spa and pool, laundry and bathroom facilities, and a nearby restaurant.

You are reminded to bring your own wood for cooking and campfires during the winter months. Pets are prohibited at this camp site.

Click here to visit their website for booking and more information.

5) Penrose Park, Silverton NSW

Located just 20km from Broken Hill, Penrose Park hosts powered and unpowered camping and caravan sites as well as 4 en-suite cabins to choose from and one bunkhouse with disabled access.

Amenities include: laundry, wood and gas BBQ area, a playground for the kids, tennis courts, walking trails, and a golf course.

Click here to visit their website for booking and more information.

Wherever you choose to camp in Broken Hill, you are sure to have a wonderful time taking it easy, escaping the fast-paced life, and enjoying the outback. Enjoy your camping experience in Broken Hill!

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