Gundagai Cabins and Tourist Park is the only AAA 4 star rated Park with T-QUAL (Australian Tourism Quality Assured) in Gundagai and is located just a short 2 minutes drive off the Hume Highway, midway between Sydney & Melbourne on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River. It is a member of the Top Tourist Parks of Australia Chain of Caravan Parks.
Gundagai is an excellent stopover accommodation point if you are travelling north or south on the Hume Highway or just exploring the NSW Riverina.
Gundagai Cabins & Tourist Park has 14 fully self contained accomodation, air conditioned cabins each with individual ensuite. There are 40 drive through undercover powered ensuite sites, all with sullage disposal. There are powered and unpowered camp sites also available at Gundagai Cabins and Tourist Park
The Park is just a two minute stroll to the Historical precinct of Gundagai with it cafes, antique shops and art galleries.
Woolworth, RSL, Golf and Bowling Clubs are located
The Council Swimming Pool is right next door.
Gundagai Cabins and Tourist Park is the perfect stopover accommodation, or start point for those using the Murrumbidgee canoe/kayak trail. Tumut to Gundagai or Gundagai to Wagga Wagga as it located a short distance from the only boat ramp into the Murrumbidgee River at Gundagai.
are allowed in the Park at the Manager's discretion
Under NO circumstances are animals allowed in our Cabins unless they are legally recognized service animals
. Proof will be requied.
We request that ALL guests with animal take all reasonable steps to ensure the safety of the other guest and staff at the Park.
Gundagai Cabins & Tourist Park complies with all relevant equal opportunity and anti-diserimination laws.
The world-famous Dog is located five miles (8km) north of Gundagai, just of the Hume Highway, at Five Mile Creek. It celebrates one of the best-known themes of Australian folklore: mateship between man and dog.
In pioneering days a dog accompanied each wagon and guarded the bullocky's possessions. Verses about a dog and a tuckerbox by and unknown bush poet ci...