Aramac Caravan Park

Caravan Park - Queensland


Council run caravan park with powered/unpowered sites. It has water, toilets, shower, laundry, BBQ, dump point. Aramac Caravan Park is located in Booker Street. Pay for 2 nights and get the third and fourth nights free. 

Opening Hours: Council office, Booker Street, Monday to Friday - 8 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. or fees can be paid into after hours book at Aramac Library, Gordon Street

Great little park to base yourself for a few days. Short walk into town. New amenities block. No bookings when we were there, first in, best spots. Close by are Lake Dunn, sculpture trail, Muttaburra, tram museum and more sculptures through town. Check out the white bulls throughout town.

Powered sites with water taps. very good value for money. Showers and toilets quite adequate. Washing machine and drier - $2 ($1 coins). sites on hard stand, no grass. grassed area near front of grounds with fireplace. there is sullage drains near the water taps so please use them. Dump site at the camp ground. Friendly locals.

A nice spot to stop at on your way Lake Dunn. A short walk into town, General Store has all the essentials, have a drink at the hotel. Visit the Tramway Museum, a very pleasant surprise, you need a little bit of time to walk around and take it all in, nice green grass and garden around the museum.. We took advantage of the discounted rate pay 2 and stay 4. Visit Lake Dunn or stay out there. Road is sealed, see one section of the Sculpture Trail. Look for all the white Bulls around the town.

A magic little place to stay, basic facilities but very clean don't pass buy pay two nights stay 5 nights.

What a GR8 Park! Fantastic amenities & laundry etc. $15 a night plus the next few days are free. Fantastic value which includes power & water. the district has plenty to see aswell.
Powered Site $15.00
Per site, per night (2 adults) - from