53 Newell Highway
Gilgandra NSW 2827
Tel: 02 6847 2423
Welcome to Gilgandra Caravan Park in Central NSW. Enjoy and relax in our park land setting. Our shady park offers drive through powered and unpowered sites for overnight or longer stays as well as a selection of cabins with differing layouts.
Gilgandra is located approximately 450km north west of Sydney on the Newell Highway and is roughly half way between Melbourne and Brisbane. Gilgandra Shire is the southern gateway to the spectacular Warrumbungle National Park, home of the Siding Spring Observatory which boasts one of the largest optical telescopes in the southern hemisphere.
Gilgandra is home to the Coo-ee Festival held in October each year. Gilgandra was the starting point of the famous World War 1 recruitment drive - the Coo-ee March and there are many memorials to remember those who were courageous and fought selflessly in the war.
Gilgandra Caravan Park is an ideal base for exploring the local township as well as the regional areas surrounding. Further afield is the famous Western Plains Zoo in Dubbo and the Narromine Aviation Museum.
The best time to visit the area is generally during autumn and spring, thus avoiding the excessive heat of the summer or cold of the winter. During spring take advantage of the beauty of the abundant wildflowers at the Flora Reserve just north of Gilgandra. At this time of year the native flora is most spectacular and the native wildlife is most active. BBQ and picnic facilities are located at the Reserve.