New South Wales National Parks

Around 50 NSW national parks and reserves offer campgrounds where you can park your caravan and there are more than 150 spots suitable for camper-trailers. Caravan sites in national parks give you the chance to sleep in comfort and wake up with some of the state’s most exciting natural and cultural heritage right at your front door.

Commonwealth National Parks

Parks and Conservation areas managed by the Commonwealth Government of Australia.

Australian Tourism

The Official Tourism website for Australia

Visit NSW

The official tourism website for the state of New South Wales in Australia.

Australian Reptile Park

Home of Elvis, Australia’s most loved crocodile. Also home to many Australian cuddly mammals such as platypus, koalas, wombats, Tasmanian devils, echidnas, dingoes and friendly hand-fed kangaroos.

Glenworth Valley

Australia’s largest and most successful horse riding and outdoor adventure centre

Australia Walkabout Wildlife Park

This attraction, less than an hour from Sydney, is a 170-acre wildlife sanctuary, home to around 180 species of indigenous mammals, reptiles, amphibians and birds. The park is also the home of significant ancient Aboriginal rock art sites and a wealth of bush tucker and bush medicine plants. We are a leader in conservation, and environmental education. With school holiday programs, birthday parties, syllabus-based school excursions and our brand new Wild Sleep-Out camping program, learning truly is fun at Walkabout Park!