Top ten caravan parks

More Australians are packing up and hitting the road for an extended period of time. Thanks to a new App finding a place to camp has just got easier. YOURLifeChoices highlights the top ten caravan park locations you may want to try.

The Find a Park App is free and will enable you to banish those bulky caravan park guides and have all the information you need at your finger tips. With the click of a button, you can find out how far your chosen caravan park is, get directions and even make a booking by email or a simple phone call.

So, where are people choosing to camp? Here are Find a Park’s top ten caravan park locations:

1. Jenolan Caves Holiday Park , Oberon, NSW
Located 30 minutes from the Jenolan Caves, this park offers pet- friendly accommodation and amenities such as a pool, tennis courts and a BBQ camp kitchen.
For more information visit this site.

2. Lane Cover River Tourist Park, North Ryde, NSW
Offering all the convenience of being just 10km from Sydney, without the city centre price tag. This park offers plenty outdoor attractions with nightly guided animal spotting and star gazing tours, boat and bike hire and an outdoor pool.
For more information visit this site.

3. Coconut Holiday resort, Cairns, QLD
Set amidst 28 acres of rainforest area and tropical gardens, this park is ideally located to explore the Great Barrier Reef. Hot and cold spas, outdoor movies and an 18-hole mini-golf course all ensure you will never be bored.
For more information visit this site.

4. Adelaide Shores West Beach, SA
If your boat always comes with you on your camping trip then Adelaide Shores offers a boating launch to have you waterborne in no time. Or you can join a fishing charter if you don’t have your over boat.
For more information visit this site.

5. Phillip Island Caravan Park, VIC
Get down amongst the Fairy Penguins or take in a winery or two. If caravanning is not so appealing, then why not try an on-site cabin?
For more information, visit this site.

6. MacDonnell Range Holiday Park. NT
With the MacDonnell Ranges on your doorstep, this park offers the spirit of the true outback. You can even enjoy one of their famous pancake breakfasts.
For more information, visit this site.

7. Tanunda Caravan and Tourist Park, Barossa Valley, SA
Just minutes from the heart of the Barossa you can cycle through the vine clad hills, sampling the wares from the vineyards as you go.
For more information visit this site.

8. Discovery Holiday Park, Cradle Mountain, TAS
Cradle Mountain in Tasmania’s Western Wilderness offers bushwalking, horseback rides, helicopter rides and the chance to spot a Tasmanian Devil if you’re lucky enough. Just an hour away are the Marakoopa and King Solomon Caves.
For more information visit this site.

9. Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort Camping, WA
Shark Bay is a glorious beachfront from which you can watch the dolphins swim past or feed them from the shore. The resort offers camping, caravan pitches and luxury villas and has its own bar and restaurant on site.
For more information visit this site.

10. Beachlands Holiday Park, Bussleton, WA

Situated close to the Margaret River Wine Region and the stunning Geographe Bay, the only problem with this park is that you won’t want to leave. The south west of WA is you’re playground when you’re camping here and you won’t leave feeling disappointed.
For more information visit this site.

The ‘Find a Park’ iPhone app can be downloaded from iTunes.