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Sundowner Caravan Park – Kempsey – NSW

Sundowner Caravan Park was not a planned stop but it was nice for the one night we stayed.

After heading to the Kempsey Showground first and noticing it was set up for displaced bush fire residence we continued on. Luckily Sundowner Caravan park had a couple of drive through spots left. Considering they only have 5 spaces I was very relieved as we had arrived late in the day.

Sundowner Caravan Park

The actual caravan park is bigger than 5 spaces but it houses mostly on-site long term vans. It also has motel rooms, which were full with essential services workers helping with the fires.

The five places for camping are at the beginning of the park and are lovely green sites. Beautiful Jacaranda trees were in bloom when we stayed and herbs were growing by the van.


The five sites get to use the spotless toilet and shower to themselves and get a key to the well equipped camp kitchen. A BBQ and pool are across the way.

Sundowner caravan park was a little unusual in the fact it only had 5 sites and the rest was full timers. It’s also on the main road and next to a servo (which could be a bonus to some) In saying all that it actually felt like a nice place for the night.

This is not a destination caravan park by any means but if your passing through Kempsey and they have a space, it might be worth stopping a night or two.

More Information

  • Location : Kempsey
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  • State: New South Wales
  • Pets: Yes
  • Camp type : Caravan Park
  • Price : $35
  • Water ? : Yes
  • Power ? : Yes
  • Will suit: Most sized vehicles
  • Is it on Wikicamps ?: Yes
  • Drive time to nearby shops: 1 minute walk to servo
  • WIFI (tested with boost): Yes
  • Amenities : Toilets, shower
  • Other : Kitchen, pool, BBQ, seating, bins, close to servo, fast food and shops

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    • Dennis & Trinh
    • December 3, 2019

    Wow, another great find..well done.
    Do you have a way of going around Sydney and them New Tolls for Caravans? Be interesting to know routes.
    Chatted with my lady last night and we gathered warm ideas of going East next year, so wait and see I guess.
    But in the mean time please keep up the great blogs for us “L” caravaners. Cheers guys

      • LazLaz
      • December 7, 2019

      Hi Dennis, The first time we did a lap we turned off at Newcastle and headed inland towards Dubbo. It was a flat drive with several good camps along the way like red earth winery and jerry’s plains and Cassiliss. This time around we were on a mission so the direct root was taken. Tolls cost us around #19 and that was only a week or two ago.

      Todays Tip for that part of the country as far as roads go…. the Dorrigo ranges are steep and windy so if choosing that route on the East coast, suggest going down them not up them if you have a heavy van. 🙂

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