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Tandara Caravan Park, Trangie

At Tandara Caravan Park, we offer a diverse range of accommodation options to cater to every traveler’s needs. Whether you’re looking for a cozy cabin, a convenient onsite van, a unique train experience, or spacious powered and unpowered sites, we’ve got you covered. Located in the picturesque town of Trangie, just 72 km west of Dubbo on the Mitchell Highway, Tandara Caravan Park is your gateway to a memorable stay in Western NSW.


  1. Self Contained Ensuite Cabins
    • Sleeps 4: Double bed, Double Bunk
    • Clean and comfortable
    • Ensuite bathroom
    • Fully equipped kitchen with stove, refrigerator, and electric fry pan
    • Dining table & lounge chairs
    • Fold-out double lounge
    • Linen available on request (fee applies)
  2. Trains with Bull Nose Verandahs
    • Choose from The Red Rattler, The Silver Train, or The Double Decker
    • Each train features 12 single beds, ideal for group stays
  3. Onsite Vans
    • Sleeps 2: Double bed
    • Ensuite bathroom
    • Fully equipped kitchen for your convenience
  4. Powered & Unpowered Sites
    • Shady drive-through sites accommodating big mobile homes and rigs
  5. Permanent Cabins and Sites Available
    • Long-term options for those looking to make Tandara their home away from home

Features and Amenities

  • Enjoy a large shady park with excellent facilities and clean, comfortable, and affordable accommodation.
  • Saltwater swimming pool for relaxation
  • Free BBQ area & camp kitchen for cooking up a storm
  • Amenities block with 8 individual bathrooms, each featuring a shower, toilet, and basin
  • Washing machines and dryer facilities available
  • Spacious grounds where you’ll often spot parrots, cockatoos, and galahs
  • Convenient dump points/sites
  • Public gold phone
  • Kiosk with LPG
  • Meal deliveries available from the Local RSL
  • All roads in the park are sealed, with curbs and gutters and ample parking
  • Pets allowed on approval; please advise at the time of booking

BBQ Nights: Join us during happy hour for a delightful BBQ cooked for you for a small fee. It’s the perfect way to mingle with fellow travelers and relax after a day of exploring.

Explore Trangie and Beyond: Trangie is a friendly country town with plenty to offer. Explore nearby attractions such as touring the local cotton gins during cotton season or gliding at Narromine. The town itself boasts cafes, pubs, a golf club, RSL club, and a bowling club for dining and entertainment.

Nearby Attractions:

  • Cotton Gin: Visit the Auscott Cotton Gin, located approximately 6 km south of town. Open for inspection between 8.00 am and nightfall, from March to October.
  • Gin Gin Weir: Located 25 km north-east on the Macquarie River, this historic weir offers picnicking, boating, fishing, and bushwalking opportunities, all set against a backdrop of natural beauty.

Tandara Caravan Park invites you to experience the best of Trangie and Western NSW. Whether you’re traveling as a group, a couple, or a family, our variety of accommodation options and top-notch facilities ensure a comfortable and enjoyable stay. Book your stay with us today and make lasting memories in this charming part of Australia.


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