Happy Hour at Sydney Gateway Holiday Park

Sydney Gateway Holiday Park now has a Happy Hour every Friday night from 6pm to 7pm. Bring your own drinks and we’ll supply the nibbles. It is a great way to catch up with other travellers and share some travel stories.

To keep the kids entertained during your visit, our Activities Co-ordinator has been very busy putting together a fun filled program for the holiday season. Click here to view our Holiday Activities Program.

To make any enquiries or bookings at Sydney Gateway Holiday Park, please call our friendly reservation staff on 02 8814 4222 or send an email enquiry here

Sydney Gateway Holiday Park - Get together
Sydney Gateway Holiday Park - Get together

Facilities for caravans and motorhomes in Gundaroo New South Wales

Do you own a farm or property in or near Gundaroo that would have facilities for caravans or campers? We would like to hear from you and please describe the facilities that would be available such as electrical power, amenities, cooking or BBQ facilities etc.

Gundaroo is a small village in the Southern Tablelands of New South Wales, Australia and in Yass Valley Council. It is situated to the east of the Yass River, about 16 kilometres (10 mi) north of Sutton, about 15 kilometres (9 mi) west of the Lake George range. At the 2006 census, Gundaroo had a population of 331.


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Bungendore Caravan Park in Bungendore New South Wales

Bungendore is a town in the Southern Tablelands of New South Wales, Australia, in Palerang Council. It is on the Kings Highway near Lake George, the Molonglo River Valley and the Australian Capital Territory border. It has become a major tourist centre in recent years, popular with visitors from Canberra and some of it has heritage protection. It has expanded rapidly in recent years as a dormitory suburb of Canberra.

The Old Stone House, Bungendore, NSW
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The town remained a railhead from 1885 until the line reached Queanbeyan in 1887. Partly because of the coming railway, the 1880s proved a boom period for the town and the population increased from 270 in 1881, to 700 by 1885. By then, Queanbeyan was emerging as the major town in the area.

In 1894, gold was discovered at Bywong. In 1901, Lake George and Bungendore were proposed as sites for the nation’s capital city. This did not eventuate, as the drawcard of Lake George failed to impress the visiting Commissioners of the time.

Hideaway in Bungendore, New South Wales.

If you have visited any caravan, tourist or holiday park in or near Bungendore we would welcome your comments, reviews or photos. If you own or manage a caravan park in or near Bungendore New South Wales and you are not listed on our site then please list for free.

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Captains Flat Caravan Park in Captains Flat New South Wales

RayFord
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Captains Flat is a town in the Southern Tablelands of New South Wales, Australia, in Palerang Shire. It is south of Queanbeyan.

Captains Flat has a permanent population of 400 these days.

It is suggested that a bullock named “Captain” from Foxlow station, 12 km away, grazed here and hence the place name.

The area was originally inhabited by Ngarigu Aboriginals prior to European settlement. The town formed as a result of mining for gold, silver, lead, zinc, copper and iron pyrites in the hills surrounding the upper reaches of the Molonglo River. The town boomed from 1881 to 1899 then went into a rapid decline until 1939 when rail access revived mining activity for another 23 years.

If you have visited any caravan, tourist or holiday park in or near Captains Flat we would welcome your comments, reviews or photos. If you own or manage a caravan park in or near Captains Flat New South Wales and you are not listed on our site then please list for free.

Do you own a farm or property in or near Captains Flat that would have facilities for caravans or campers? We would like to hear from you and please describe the facilities that would be available such as electrical power, amenities, cooking or BBQ facilities etc.

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Tharwa Caravan Park in Tharwa Australian Capital Territory

Sunrise - Mt Tennant
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Tharwa (postcode 2620) is a small village within the Australian Capital Territory, 35 kilometres south of Canberra, the capital city of Australia. At the 2006 census, Tharwa had a population of 109.

The village is located on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River and at the junction of Tidbinbilla and Naas Roads, and Tharwa Drive. The main public buildings are a general store, a preschool and primary school (now closed), Saint Edmund’s Church, a cemetery, a community hall and tennis courts. The annual Tharwa Fair was hosted by the school, and was held in May until 2006. The Tharwa Fair is now organised by Tharwa Preschool.

Rebirth of Tharwa Bridge

If you have visited any caravan, tourist or holiday park in or near Tharwa we would welcome your comments, reviews or photos. If you own or manage a caravan park in or near Tharwa Australian Capital Territory and you are not listed on our site then please list for free.

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