The Ross Caravan Park is on the banks of the Macquarie River alongside Tasmania’s iconic Ross Bridge (1836). The Ross Bridge is the third oldest bridge in Australia.
|Site Type||One Person||Two People||Additional People|
|Powered||$26||$34||$8 each extra person|
|Non-powered||$20||$26||$8 each extra person|
|Campsites (unpowered)||$15||$20||$8 each extra person|
Children 2-5 @ $5.00 each, 5-16 @ $6.00 each and children under 2 free
Please note that special rates are available for multiple nights, long-term stays and also during the months of June, July and August. Please contact us direct on firstname.lastname@example.org or on 03-63815224 for these rates.
This caravan park consists of level powered and unpowered sites bordered by a beautiful old, dry stone wall with abundant shade trees adjacent to the Macquarie River. There are 20 powered sites and a similar number of unpowered sites
Sites are well spaced with drive through sites available.
Pets are welcome provided they are kept under control at all times and you clean up after them. You will need to book early during the holiday season of December – March.
- Accessible site
- Drive in – drive out
- Level grassed ground
- Covered BBQ
- Laundry facilities
- Dump point
- Swimming Pool across the road
- General store, bakeries & pub around the corner
- Playground opposite
A picturesque caravan park with heritage stone cabins on the river front.
Ross village centre is only 1 minute walk away from the caravan park, where you will find cafes, antique shops, gift shops, a hotel and much more. You can also take a peaceful stroll along the Ash lined riverfront and enjoy the beautiful Ross Bridge with its unique convict carvings.