Caravan camping near Portland with electricity hookup and water hookup

A rural hub in the shadows of the Blue Mountains.

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5 top caravan sites near Portland with electricity hookup and water hookup

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Oberon Showground

14 sites · RVs, Tents5 acres · Oberon, NSW
Refunds' are only given before you receive the code to the amenities Oberon Showground offers casual camping on gently sloping sites. Campers will have access to the amenities block with toilets and showers. Power is available. There are several water taps available. The showground is located in the heart of Oberon, a small rural community located just 2.5 hours from Sydney. Situated on a plateau at a height of 1130m above sea level, Oberon is on the western fall of the Blue Mountains. Enjoy the nearby spectacular scenery, Jenolan Caves, alpine lake, Mayfield and other fabulous cool climate gardens. The showground is a short walk to shops and restaurants, pubs and clubs. The Visitors information Centre is conveniently just across the road. Pets welcome on leash and under control.
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AU$20
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Katoomba Christian Convention

10 sites · RVs, Tents25 acres · Blue Mountains, NSW
Beautiful bushland area with sun and shade, quiet and well away from roads, next to amazing lookouts, there is ample space for over 80 guests. Spots are unmarked and are on a first come, first serve basis for powered and unpowered sites. Includes: Unlimited WiFi, covered BBQ area, fridge, kitchen sink, laundry access, plenty of toilets, showers and hot water. Power and water to sites. (Please note we have no full kitchen – just a fridge, kitchen sink, and not all sites are level).​
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AU$40
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Shady Acres Colo River

10 sites · RVs, Tents37 acres · Central Colo, NSW
This property is a Pristine Riverfront property in Colo Valley. It is a tidal river with sandy shallow sandbars and 10ft deep swimming holes. There is an abundance of native animals here including kangaroos, lyre birds, lace monitors, platypus and more! Access is via a short dirt driveway to the riverfront camping area. The access is 2wd unless there has been significant rain it becomes 4wd access.We can accommodate both small and large groups with sites just steps away from the river. We have 2 water entrances, one is a large grassed area with shallow water which is great for kids & families. The other entrance is a natural sandy entry with a deeper swimming area suitable for adults. We also have a beautiful lagoon area where I can arrange additional campers. We have built some new flushing toilets (3) with a hot water shower.We are very accommodating of your pets. We welcome dogs and can host horses in one of the paddocks. Please ensure you contact the host prior to your stay if you are bringing any animals. We have canoes & floats which you can hire to paddle up the river. Additional activities here include fishing, swimming, bushwalking, canoeing & birdwatching. We are also only a 5 minute drive to Colo Riverside Cafe.We also have 2 beautiful brand new glamping tents that you can hire. Please see our extras.I look forward to meeting you soon!
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AU$300
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White Gum

1 site · RV10 acres · Orange, NSW
Orange is about 3.5hrs from Sydney. There's lots to see and do around the region. Visit local wineries and cellar doors, head out for some fine dining, enjoy glorious parks and gardens, step back in time with charming heritage villages. With a high altitude and rich volcanic soil from nearby Mount Canobolas, the Orange wine region enjoys perfect conditions to produce cool climate wines. Local boutique wineries make a variety of wines, including award winning shiraz and cabernet sauvignon. Our restaurants offer seasonal menus or you can time your visit with Orange F.O.O.D Week in April or Orange Wine Month in October. Learn about the history and heritage of the region by exploring the Orange Heritage Trail. A camera is a must if you're visiting Carcoar and Millthorpe. Blind Freddy's Bushranger Tours take you to the actual locations in Central West New South Wales where the likes of Ben Hall, Frank Gardiner and Johnny Gilbert roamed during the gold rush era of the 1860s. The site is on the bottom half of 10 acres about 15-20 minutes from town. It has a beautiful outlook and the plot itself overlooks our little spring-fed pond. This is a quiet rural area and there is only one caravan site so privacy is a benefit. The site has access to rainwater, electricity and rubbish facilities. No toilet amenities available however we do have a dump point (you must be self-contained with your own camping toilet and shower). Orange is a beautiful area and is classed as cool climate so we do have mild summers and at least a smattering of snow in Winter most years. (You would need to ensure your caravan has some source of heating.) There is bush land behind the property that can be explored, and several local walking tracks and waterfalls. If you love watching the beauty of all four distinct seasons and dislike the heat, this area may suit you perfectly. No pets or campfires please.
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AU$30
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Rozemary Grove

4 sites · RVs, Tents150 acres · Trunkey Creek, NSW
Rozemary Grove is set over 150 acres of mostly open fields, with sections of native scrub and trees. There is a permanent creek that runs along the northern boundary, ideal for exploring, and even gold panning is possible. The property is 10 minutes from Abercrombie Caves (the original hideout for local bushrangers many years ago, and another gold panning spot) The camping area is clean and easily accessible. Power, water, and toilet amenities can be provided if required.
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Overview

Looking to camp near Portland, New South Wales with your caravan? Hipcamp has over 2900 options for caravan camping with hookups in the area. With top campsites like Fern Valley Ranch (401 reviews), Megalong Valley Farm (435 reviews), and Rivers Run Colo River (389 reviews), you'll be sure to find the perfect spot. Enjoy popular amenities like pet-friendly sites, cooking equipment, and toilets. Take advantage of the area's popular activities like swimming, exploring historic sites, and wildlife watching. With an average price of $40 per night and options as low as $5, camping with your caravan has never been more affordable.

Looking to camp near Portland, New South Wales with your caravan? Hipcamp has over 2900 options for caravan camping with hookups in the area. With top campsites like Fern Valley Ranch (401 reviews), Megalong Valley Farm (435 reviews), and Rivers Run Colo River (389 reviews), you'll be sure to find the perfect spot. Enjoy popular amenities like pet-friendly sites, cooking equipment, and toilets. Take advantage of the area's popular activities like swimming, exploring historic sites, and wildlife watching. With an average price of $40 per night and options as low as $5, camping with your caravan has never been more affordable.

Looking to camp near Portland, New South Wales with your caravan? Hipcamp has over 2900 options for caravan camping with hookups in the area. With top campsites like Fern Valley Ranch (401 reviews), Megalong Valley Farm (435 reviews), and Rivers Run Colo River (389 reviews), you'll be sure to find the perfect spot. Enjoy popular amenities like pet-friendly sites, cooking equipment, and toilets. Take advantage of the area's popular activities like swimming, exploring historic sites, and wildlife watching. With an average price of $40 per night and options as low as $5, camping with your caravan has never been more affordable.

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