Locals impacted by the Dunns Road Fire have a real crack at rebuilding their lives, with Snowy Valleys Council accommodating families at the completely-refurbished Batlow Caravan Park.
Supported guests are staying in six fully self-contained two-bedroom cabins for up to two years at nominal fees, waking up to stunning views overlooking native softwood forest.
Council had installed the tourist cabins earlier than anticipated. With the phase two renovations fast-tracked in time for the caravan park’s relaunch in June this year.
Safely turn around your rig at the Batlow Caravan Park. Image courtesy of Matt Beaver Photography
The completely-refurbished caravan park has nine newly-electrified powered sites and a large, lovely campground. The grassy campsites are large and flat with room to accommodate motorhomes, caravans and camper trailers.
Individual family-size bathrooms in a communal block provide extra privacy to campers
All buildings within the park are brand new including the office, camp kitchen and laundry. While wide tarmac road and fencing improve guest safety.
All new facilities at the Batlow Caravan Park, Batlow. Image courtesy of Matt Beaver Photography
CENTRALLY LOCATED IN BEAUTIFUL BATLOW
Batlow Caravan Park is within walking distance to town. There’s a golf course nearby, bakery, a supermarket open daily, a gorgeous nursery and mechanic.
Travellers can dine in at the Batlow Hotel or Batlow RSL, or top up their campsite larder with local chestnuts, hazelnuts and apples harvested from the Snowy Valleys’ rich red soils.
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