Avoca Caravan Park is conveniently located in the centre of town, just a short stroll to Avoca’s Main Street with its many shops, cafes and hotels. The perfect location for your family holiday, weekend adventures or week-long getaway.

The park is situated in a tranquil setting close to the Avoca River and 20-plus wineries. There is a variety of native bird life around the park including friendly Powerful owls that reside in the park’s trees. Best of all, they are a pet-friendly caravan park – so even your dog can join the fun (pets not allowed in cabins but welcome on front verandahs).

Avoca Caravan Park offers clean amenities, small playground, large sites for motor homes and fifth wheelers, older style caravan cabins and four recently updated cabins. The camp kitchen has great facilities including a wood fire for those chilly nights, a gas barbeque, and electrical appliances. A short five minute walk along the river you will find a playground, skate park and walking tracks.

If you are looking for a quiet and relaxing caravan park in regional Victoria, look no further.

Park Manager, Tony and Margaret is always around to ensure your stay is as pleasant as possible. She knows all of the local tourist attractions and will happily recommend places to visit during your stay.

Content: Avoca Caravan Park

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2 Liebig Street, Avoca VIC 3467

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$40 - $180

Unpowered sites, powered sites, permanent vans and cabins all available

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