LOCAL ATTRACTIONS and ACTIVITIES
Wellington Riverside Caravan Park is ideally positioned on the banks of the Macquarie River. Short walk to town and close to the Mitchell Highway, the main road between Wellington and Dubbo.
Wellington is at the heart of the Central West region, NSW, and second oldest town west of the Blue Mountains. It’s named after the Duke of Wellington who trounced Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo.
Megafauna fossils including giant kangaroo were found at Wellington Caves in 1830 and influenced Charles Darwin’s ideas on evolution!!
We are within 30 minutes drive of Dubbo, one hour to Mudgee and wineries and 90 minutes to Orange and Molong.
- 40 metres to Macquarie River for direct access from Caravan Park to launch kayaks, fishing
- Wellington Caves and Phosphate Mine
- Giant Fossil Trail -megafauna fossils including marsupial lion and giant goanna
- Osawano Japanese Gardens
- Rotary markets held in Cameron Park
- Mount Arthur Reserve with stunning scenic viewpoints, bushwalking, picnics, horse riding and mountain biking
- Lake Burrendong State Park and Arboretum
- Annual Wellington Arts and Sculpture Festival *Springfest -annual event with market stalls and live entertainment
- Near to historic towns of Stuart Town -holds annual “ Man from Ironbark” Festival -and Yeoval
- Western Plains Zoo in Dubbo
- Lion of Waterloo
- Cactus Cafe and Gallery
- Cookies Café
- Calf and Cow Hotel
- The Grange Restaurant at Hermitage Hill