Motor Village Caravan Park - Toowoomba QLD
Although the Toowoomba Motor Village Caravan Park
is situated on Ruthven Street (New England Highway) traffic noise is reduced by the fact that the caravan park steps down a hill from the roadway. The park has 50 tourist sites and some excellent cabin accommodation. Powered sites are well scattered throughout the park. Amenities are very good. There is a nice lake and park at the back of the park. The resident managers are Kay and Peter Mears. Bookings can be made by telephoning the park
and please tell the park that you have seen their photos on Caravan Park Photos.
Photos on this page were kindly supplied by our roving reporter Russell Barter in August 2013 and Sherallee Schubert in October 2014.
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This is a Top Tourist park. This park is quite a big park. The front of the park has a collection of cabins to rent. None are fancy but basic and tidy. All roads are sealed. The rest of the park has lots of sites to choose from and are mostly level. The park slopes to the rear so this stops any road noise which is just a well because the road at the front is quite busy. All sites have concrete annex slabs. There are a several trees in the park but not many sites are shaded. There is one amenities block situated at the front of the sites so the sites at the rear are a bit of a walk and up a slight hill. Most sites have a steep gutter so take care when reversing your caravan. There is a laundry and plenty of clothes lines. Nearby is a camp kitchen with BBQs and several picnic tables, some under cover some out side. There is a small playground. There is also a dump point. There is an on site manager. Easy parking for checking in.
While staying in Toowoomba its well worth visiting the Cob and co museum, across the road from Cob and Co is the Queens gardens. There is also a spectacular lookout at Picnic Point and say hello to the dedicated volunteers at the Downstream railway museum, a small museum with all things rail, always seeking new exhibits and restoring old trains.
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