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Campervan hire are available from the following locations across the country.
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Top Campervan and Motorhome Campsites in Sydney
Del Rio Riverside Resort is situated along Chaseling Road, Webbs Creek at Wisemans Ferry. This place is perfect for families and large groups who are in search for a quick getaway in Sydney. The resort is also ideal for conferences because of its marvelous mountainous backdrop. Choose from their wide range of accommodation including Waterview Villas, Riverside Villas, Waterfront Cabins, and Lodges. They also offer appointed houses as well as powered and unpowered camping sites. Guests can take advantage of Del Rio's first-class facilities such as swimming pool, 9-hole/put putt golf courses, netball/basketball court, tennis courts, volleyball court, and BBQ area.
Bents Basin Campground lies 53.8 kilometers west of Sydney and can be accessed via the Wolstenholme Avenue off Greendale Road, Greendale, NSW 2745, Australia. The area sits on the deep section of the Nepean River gorge in proximity with Camden and Penrith. The site is highly popular for people loves camping and traveling on either camper van or motorhomes. Its campsite facilities include campground shelter and kitchen, picnic areas and hall with commercial kitchen, toilets, rubbish bins, water and electric barbecues.
BIG4 Sydney Lakeside Holiday Park is located at 38 Lake Park Road, North Narrabeen, Sydney Suburbs. It is an award winning Holiday Park that offers wide range of accommodation that includes sites for camping and caravanning people. The park is near the Narrabeen Lake and has a safe and secured patrolled beach. Its popular campsite activities are canoeing, fishing, surfing, snorkeling and swimming. Its campsite facilities on the other hand, are barbecue facilities, boat ramp, camp kitchen, car park, communal kitchen, communal refrigerator, conference/even facilities, cots, recreation room, high chair, ice, iron, laundry, playground, public telephone, TV/Lounge area and tour desk.
Lane Cove River Tourist Park sits along Plassey Road, North Ryde, Sydney Suburbs. The park is children friendly and offers wide variety of accommodation on a land with impressive natural beauty. There are sites for caravans, camper vans, motorhomes and tents at the park. Its campsite facilities include barbecue facilities, bicycle hire, camp kitchen, car park, child pool, communal lounge, communal refrigerator, recreation room, gas, ice, Broadband Internet access, WiFi, iron, kiosk, laundry, playground, nightcall button, tour desk, TV/Lounge area, public telephone, swimming pool and walking tracks. The popular activities within the Lane Cove River Tourist Park as bird watching, canoeing, cycling, swimming, bushwalking, hiking/trekking, animal viewing, guided walks and wilderness walking.
Top Attractions in Sydney
Blue Mountains National Park sits 81 kilometers west of Sydney within the mountainous region of Blue Mountains. The park covers 268, 987 hectares of land under the governance of the New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service. The park is sought after for its numerous lookouts between Blackheath and Wentworth Falls, abundant flora and fauna, the Sydney Basin and venues for outdoor activities such as abseiling, canyoning, mountain biking and rock climbing.
Chinatown - Sydney lies on the southern side of Sydney's CBD primarily within Haymarket in between Central Station and Darling Harbour. Some of the area's highlights are its wide variety of affordable yet great tasting Asian food, boutique shops, bilingual street signs, the Chinese Garden of Friendship, the Gold Water Mouth, Market City, flea market and souvenir shops.
Luna Park Sydney formerly Luna Park Milsons Point is located at Milsons Point, Sydney. It is a popular theme park with history dating back 1935. The park has wide range of rides to make people of all ages happy. Its current rides include Rotor, Commander Baldocs Galloping Horses and Racing Cockerels Carousel, Skylab Ferris Wheel, Flying Saucer, Tango Train, Wild Mouse, Dodgem City, Tumblebug, Spider, Ranger and Kid's Rides namely Space Shuttle, Magic Castle, Whirly Wheel and U-Drive.
Museum of Sydney is located at the corner of Phillip and Bridge Streets in Sydney. The museum showcases wonderful collection interesting displays that tell a lot about the history and development of the city as well as items related to Australia's aborigines and the famous Captain Cook. The venue is open everyday from 09:30 a.m. to 05:00 p.m. except on the Christmas Day and Good Friday.
Sydney Harbour is Sydney, Australia's natural harbour that is connected to the South Pacific Ocean. Its famous features are the Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge and its natural beauty making it hailed as one of the world's most beautiful harbours. The site is also sought after for being the venue of the Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race and the Sydney New Year's Eve. Securing a picture in the harbour with either the Sydney Harbour Bridge or Sydney Opera House as background is highly recommended for souvenir.
Sydney Opera House can be found at Bennelong Point, Sydney. It is multi purpose performing arts centre and certified UNESCO World Heritage Site as of the 28 of June 2007. The building opened on 20 October 1973 and is popular world wide for its distinct architectural style made by the Danish architect, Jorn Utzon aside from the wonderful performances that take place within it. The popular activities at the Sydney Opera House not counting the picture taking part are watching art performances and booking on some if not all of its wonderful tours.