We are very excited to welcome our newest member of the family; Acacia Caravan Park in Ararat, Victoria!
Just a short walk from the centre of town, Acacia Caravan Park
is a friendly family park offering powered and unpowered sites (drive-through available) in a shady setting, as well as a range of well maintained cabins to suit all budgets.
You’ll find the park well equipped with clean amenities, laundry, BBQ facilities and fully enclosed camp kitchen, free WiFi, a small kiosk, plus a playground, trampoline and solar heated swimming pool to keep the kids entertained.
Like more than 75% of Family Parks
, Acacia Caravan Park is dog friendly and welcomes well-behaved pooches on sites and in their Standard Cabins (at manager’s discretion, please contact the park to confirm).
EXPLORE ARARAT & BEYOND
Matt and Kaylene; your friendly hosts at Acacia Caravan Park
Acacia Caravan Park is a perfect spot to base yourself as you explore the former gold-mining town of Ararat and the surrounding region.
The town’s most popular tourist destinations are without a doubt J Ward
and its sister site, Aradale Asylum
. Visit during the day to uncover these buildings’ dark past as a gaol and psychiatric hospital, or come back at night for a paranormal investigation and ghost tour.
Other local attractions include Gum San Chinese Heritage Centre
, which tells the story of the local Chinese community and their major role in the town’s early history during the Victorian gold rush, and Alexandra Gardens
, where you can enjoy a peaceful stroll by the ornamental lake.
Only 30 minutes from Acacia Caravan Park, you’ll find the spectacular Grampians National Park
within easy reach. One of Victoria’s most popular holiday destinations, the Grampians are a series of rugged sandstone mountain ranges and lush forests where you can enjoy bushwalks, scenic drives, climbing and nature study.
As part of the Grampians Wine Region, Ararat is also central to many excellent wineries and cellar doors, including Montara Wines
, Grampians Estate
, Mountainside Wines
and Mount Langi Ghiran