Dunedoo Caravan Park – NSW – From $15 – $25

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Dunedoo Caravan Park

We called Dunedoo Caravan park to see if we needed to book in. The voice message on the other end of the phone tells you all you need to know. You do not have to book in except on certain dates. If you arrive before 4pm, park up and they will be around after 4pm to collect your fee. If you arrive after 6pm please use the honesty box. $20 un-powered, $25 for power and water. They are good enough to let you drive in and have a shower even if you are not staying in the park. They ask you for $3, put in the honesty box.

Dunedoo Caravan Park

It’s not a bad size camp ground and only one other van pulled in. The toilets and showers are older but spotless. The laundry is also old but clean. Two washing machines $4 a wash, and two ironing boards. The camp kitchen has everything you need. A fridge, electric wok, electric BBQ’s, microwave, TV etc.

Dunedoo Caravan Park
Dunedoo Caravan Park
Dunedoo kitchen
Camp Kitchen
Camp Laundry
Camp Laundry
The Dump point is straight over the road from the park.


The Caravan Park is at the end of the main street, or the beginning, depending on which way you come in. :p The train line runs at the back of this old park but we only heard a couple in the day.

What’s in town

We had a drive down the street and had a coffee at the White Rose Cafe. It’s kind of retro American diner mixed with country Aussie. It’s a really nice place to sit and look at all the bits and pieces they sell, while you have a coffee or lunch. We also did a bit of grocery shopping in the supermarket. A loaf of bread was almost $5 so we got the basics we needed and topped up our fuel.
Dunedoo shops
Dunedoo shops
Dunedoo shops
Dunedoo shops
Dunedoo pub

Along the street they have a couple of bakery’s, butchers, lovely cloths shop, and a supermarket. There’s a couple of cafe’s, news agents, chemist and post office, plus a few other I have forgotten.

White Rose Cafe
White Rose Cafe

The museum and library are also along the street. Unfortunately the museum was closed. The Library next door had a sign in the window for free Wi-Fi.

Across the road from the shops are lots of seating and parking spaces also those electric door toilets (that I always think will open at an inappropriate time) and some bird sculptures that are pretty cool.

If you’re stopping at the caravan park or driving through it’s a great little town to stop at.

If you stop at the park you will find the outside Dunny or is it? Hehehe

Dunedoo Loo
Dunedoo Loo
  • Location : Dunedoo
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  • State: New South Wales
  • Pets: Yes
  • Camp type : Caravan park
  • Price : $20 Un-powered Two People – $15 One Person or $25 Power and water Two People – $20 One Person
  • Water ? : Yes
  • Power ? : Yes
  • Will suit – All sized vehicles
  • Is it on Wikicamps ?: Yes
  • Drive time to nearby shops:    – 1 minutes to town
  • WIFI (tested with boost): Yes
  • Amenities : Shower, toilets , BBQ, Laundry
  • Other : close to town , fuel in the area


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2 thoughts on “Dunedoo Caravan Park – NSW – From $15 – $25

  1. Hi Laz and Sue….For a start I love your website (and the youtube site…awesome) and all the travelling your doing…me and my husband Neil will be travelling the old stock route Kidmans Way…starting at Dunnedoo in April and my Question is about the wifi you use and you saying tested with boost ???…ive been trawling different establishments..Telstra included about a better range or boost for my pocket wifi for my laptop with no information given to me …I was hoping you would be able to give me some information about getting better reception on my prepaid wifi ????? ….. Happy travelling….Regards Yola

    1. Hi Yola , thanks for the comment. The listing we have on each post ” tested with boost” is us being able to have internet access via our boost prepaid phones or not. As we travel we use our phones as a WIFI hotspot for our laptops. Boost uses the Telstra network and apparently has full coverage of the telstra network. However boost seems to have better prepaid plans than Telstra but the downside is they are restricted to 3G and 4G and not the recent 4GX speeds. On the upside being fulltime travellers we have time, so 4G is fine for us 🙂
      I personally find using my phone as the hotspot rather than a pocket WIFI unit produced better reception but in the past perhaps i just had a bad model portable hotspot. *shrug*

      Hope that helps a little, safe travels
      Larry and Sue

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