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Mudgee Tourist And Van Resort, Mudgee

Peaceful and secluded park, located close to the centre of town. Great complex
set on 15 acres with natural surroundings adjacent to golf course. Large, well
appointed camp and van sites.

Large BBQ areas, modern facilities including separate facilities for babies and
the disabled. Fully equipped kitchen and laundry. Pool, sauna, shop, games
and TV rooms. Deluxe cabins fully equipped including two separate bedrooms.
Also standard cabins with ensuite, TV and air-conditioners. We can accommodate
large groups and have a function area for 100 plus people.

Complimentary bus service available.

Accommodation Options

Onsite Van

Onsite Van

Main Bunkhouse

Main Bunkhouse

Deluxe Cabins

Deluxe Cabins

Dbl Bunkhouse

Dbl Bunkhouse

Cabins

Cabins

Activites and Experiences at Mudgee Tourist And Van Resort

  • Direct
  • Car park
  • Relaxation
  • 4 Stars

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