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What better place to stay than right in the historic Eureka Stockade precinct when visiting Ballarat?

Eureka Stockade Holiday Park is located directly alongside the Eureka Stockade monument and reserve which boasts an adventure playground for the children to enjoy. Also, next door is the largest outdoor heated pool in Ballarat (open from November to April) and offers free entry to all guests of Eureka Stockade Holiday Park.

Eureka Stockade Holiday Park is conveniently located to all of Ballarat’s main attractions and only two kilometres to the Ballarat CBD. Just a few hundred metres walk is an IGA Supermarket, Chemist Warehouse and café for your convenience. The ‘must see’ Eureka Centre is just metres away and you can easily walk to the Ballarat Wildlife Park and Mount Xavier Golf Course. Ballarat’s famous Sovereign Hill and Kryal Castle are just a few minutes’ drive.

Eureka Stockade Holiday Park welcomes all guests and offers a variety of cabins to suit your holiday style from luxury three bedroom premium villas to budget cabins, including the recent addition of a dog friendly cabin. They also accommodate motorhomes, fifth wheelers, large caravans and tents on spacious powered sites and ensuite sites. All sites are pet friendly. Your hosts Peter, Hayley and their team look forward to welcoming you.

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104 Stawell Street South, Eureka VIC 3350

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$110 - $270

Starting prices are based on up to two people sharing. Linen supplied on all beds. Extra person rate is $22.00. Rates will increase over peak periods.


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