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Drive a Reliable Campervan and Motorhome Hire in Goulburn Today

Experience the splendour of Goulburn today in a campervan and motorhome rental. The city is easily reachable from Sydney via the Hume Highway, and a worthwhile stop on any roadtrip. VroomVroomVroom can help you save on your transportation and accommodation by comparing camper and RV rental prices from Australia's leading suppliers. We do not charge any hidden fees and our website is easy to navigate.

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If you are heading on a roadtrip through New South Wales, Goulburn is a great stop. The city is not far from the Great Diving Range, not far from Canberra. Goulburn has a long history, as one of Australia's oldest inland settlements. Visitors can experience the well-preserved heritage buildings, old architecture, and interesting historical destinations. Stop by Australia's oldest running brewery and shop for locally-made wool, soaps, olive oils and sauces. The city also offers unique shopping spots, impressive local arts, leisure facilities and the exciting Carey's Caves.

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Top Camper van and Motorhome Campsites in Goulburn

Governors Hill Carapark is located at 77-83 Sydney Road in Goulburn. The park is child friendly and is just under four kilometers away from the heart of Goulburn. Its campsite facilities include a barbecue area, camp kitchen, car parking spaces, cots, recreation room, gas, high chair, ice, iron, Internet cafe, wireless Internet connection, kiosk, laundry, movie hire, playground, shop and public telephone. Its wide range of accommodation includes powered sites, ensuite sites, tent sites, disabled cabin, external ensuite caravan (six berth), standard ensuite cabin and deluxe cabin.

Pelican Sheep Station Accommodation sits along Braldwood Road. The park is just ten kilometers south of Goulburn and serves as an ideal getaway for tourists. Its campsite facilities include a barbecue area, communal kitchen, recreation room, gas, high chair, iron, kiosk, laundry and TV/lounge area. It offers accommodation such as Pelican house, Pelican cottage, three self-contained cabins, bunkhouse and camping ground.

Top Attractions in Goulburn

Big Merino or Rambo is a fifteen metre tall concrete Merino Ram on the corner of Hume and Sowerby Streets in Goulburn. It promotes Goulburn as the "Fine Wool Capital of the World". There is a gift shop on the ground floor and extensive wool display on its second floor. Visitors can see the picturesque views of the area from the top of the ram.

Goulburn Brewery is located at 23 - 31 Bungonia Road. The site dates back to 1836 and is known for being Australia's oldest surviving brewery and industrial complex. Its popular features include the steam flour mill, maltings, cooperage, mews, tobacco curing kiln, stables and working cottages. Visitors can enjoy a tour to this historical landmark and even wine and dine or stay at the Old Goulburn Brewery Hotel.

Goulburn Regional Art Gallery can be found at the corner of Bourke and Church Streets, Goulburn. It is a popular arts venue that primarily features contemporary art exhibitions and offers workshops and art classes. The establishment is open from Monday to Saturday, excluding public holidays.

Goulburn War Memorial and Museum is on Memorial Drive. It is a 20 metre high, square tower with the Rock Hill for its pedestal. The attraction dates back to 1925 and has since served as a lookout, memorial and museum. Visitors can see the tablet that features the names of the people who enlisted in the Goulburn district, and enjoy the beautiful views of Goulburn and see World War I artifacts like medals, weapons and personal items from soldiers.

Wakefield Park Motor Racing Circuit sits at 4770 Braldwood Road. It covers over two kilometers of racing circuit and is hailed as one of the most popular racing venues in New South Wales. The track is open to the public and is also available for corporate events. Ample car parking spaces, cafe, picnic area, public toilets and parking spaces for the disabled are also available on the site.