Hay Caravan Park is located 1 km East of the Sturt and Cobb Highways.
The gateway to outback NSW we are the ideal stop over point between Sydney and Adelaide and those enroute to Queensland.
Situated 100m from the picturesque Murrumbidgee River and surrounded by the vast open Hay Plains, our park offers accommodation to suit all travelers and budgets including, grassed drive thru powered and unpowered sites, drive thru Ensuite sites, Ensuite & Non Ensuite cabins and Camp sites, all set in a bushlike setting adding to the pleasant & relaxing atmosphere.
Offers comfortable fully self catering budget accommodation.
Non Ensuite Cabins - With an open plan, this cabin sleeps up to seven people, featuring a double bed, double ensemble sofa lounge and a tri-bunk. Kitchen facilities. No bathroom/toilet facilities.
Ensuite Cabins - With an open plan, this cabin sleeps up to five people and features a double bed and a tri-bunk. Kitchen facilities. Bathroom/toilet facilities.
Family Cabins - With a separate main bedroom with double bed, this cabin sleeps up to seven people and features a double ensemble sofa lounge and a tri-bunk. Kitchen facility. Bathroom/toilet facilities.
Please note:Cabins do not come with any bed linen. This includes sheets, pillows, blankets and towels. If you do not wish to bring your own, linen packs can be hired. Pets are not permitted inside our cabins. Closed Christmas Day.
Rich with history and character Hay has lots of things to see and do. Over centuries poets and artists have attempted to capture the spirit of the plains, but only a visit to Hay will give you the real experience.
Hay attractions and things to see and do include:
HAYS FIVE MUSEUMS:
Shear Outback, The Shearers Hall of Fame - Experience all the sights, sounds, smells and stories of Australias iconic shearers.
Hay Gaol Museum - Great escapes and sad tales of incarceration. Built in 1878 a must see display of historical memorabilia from around the district.
Dunera Museum - Hay Internment and POW Camps: Enemy aliens? In Hay? Where? Hays wartime secrets revealed through photographs, exhibits and music.
Hay War Memorial High School - Service and sacrifice–A large collection of medals, photographs, uniforms, letters and diaries documenting Hay’s WW1 experience.
Bishops Historic House - Historic House and glorious nineteenth century garden. A most elegant iron home.
TAKE A NATURE WALK - The banks of the Murrumbidgee provide an ideal environment for bush walking.
EXPLORE OUR HERITAGE - Hay has many special heritage places for you to visit, from our spectacular 1892 courthouse to our imposing railway station, evocative cemetery and much loved Sunbeam Cobb & Co coach.
ENJOY OUR RIVER - Fishing, skiing, canoeing: the Murrumbidgee River is a haven for activity.
So come and stay at Hay Caravan Park and visit Hays unique landscape and attractions. Experience first hand the richness of our cultural heritage and the warmth of our pure country hospitality.
Hay Caravan Park is owned and operated by the Trevor & Margaret Robb. We look forward to welcoming you.
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Washing Facilities: Available
BBQ Facilities: Available
Spa: Not Available
Pet Friendly: Yes
WiFi: Not Available
Shop/ Kiosk: Available
Games Room: Not Available
Toilet Facilities: Available
Shower Facilities: Available
Ensuite & Non Ensuite Cabins
Drive thru Powered & Ensuite sites
Grassed Camp sites
Free gas BBQs
Inground Saltwater Swimming Pool
Closed Christmas Day