Ariah Park is a small town located just 20 minutes west of Temora at the intersection of Burley Griffin and Mary Gilmore Ways. The Ariah Park Camping Ground is situated in the south west corner of the Ariah Park Recreation Ground in Barnes Street. The quiet and secure picturesque area is opposite the Golf Course and within walking distance of the Village. The park is pet friendly offering 24 powered sites with well maintained facilities including a camp kitchen, free electric BBQ, stainless steel sink and benches and picnic tables with a maximum stay of fourteen days.

The camping ground is volunteer run and is unable to accept bookings. Keys are available from Ariah Park Hardware during business hours. After hours, phone the Caretakers Mobile at the number provided. Prices are subject to change and are as listed on the Notice Board at the entrance.

Ariah Park is known as the village of wowsers, bowsers and peppercorn trees.
The wide peppercorn tree lined streets shade a commercial centre little changed from the peak of the village’s prosperity in the 1920s. Why not slip into something more comfortable and sample Ariah Park’s 1920s village lifestyle. The relaxed pace of Ariah Park offers the traveller a welcome respite from the pressures of the daily round.

HOW TO GET THERE
The small community of Ariah Park lies just off Burley Griffin Way. (B94) between Temora to the East and Ardlethan to the West. Turn off the B94 to the North onto Mary Gilmore Way and after 1km take the first left into Barnes Street.

SITE ACCESS 
You will see the park and oval on your right and the driveway is only 180m from the corner.

FEES & BOOKINGS
Keys are available from Ariah Park Hardware & Ariah Park Hotel during business hours.
After hours phone the Caretaker Mobile on the number provided
Fee is from $8/night for unpowered sites (includes hot showers) and $15/night for powered sites.

THINGS TO DO
Step back in time and enjoy a self guided tour of this well maintained village established at the beginning of the 20th century. See the every changing decorated shop windows, visit Second Glance Op Shop and Echoes of Ariah Park Museum.

Take a 20 min drive to Temora and visit the Temora Aviation Museum where you can discover a world-class flying collection of Australian ex-military aircraft and the Temora Rural Museum where you can explore Australia’s rural heritage with over an acre of treasures that have shaped this nation. The Railway Precinct is the beautifully restored Temora Railway Station, the centrepiece of an urban renewal project offering a museum, café with platform and courtyard dining.

Bush walkers and bird watching enthusiasts will enjoy nearby Ingalba National Forest and Mandamah and Yarranjerry State Forest, nature reserves and Mirrool Creek walking trail.

Lake Arbortree only 6km north of Ariah Park is a picturesque, recreational and picnic area.

UPDATED26/11/17SN

Opening Hours

Monday

9am - 7pm

Tuesday

9am - 7pm

Wednesday

9am - 7pm

Thursday

9am - 7pm

Friday

9am -7pm

Saturday

9am - 7pm

Sunday

9am - 7pm

Address & Contact

Our Address

Barnes Street

GPS

-34.352106, 147.218531

Telephone
Soc. Networks

Additional Information

Suburb:

Ariah Park

State:

NSW

Pin Code:

2665

Pricing Detail:

From $6

Post ID:

33165

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Features

 
  
Toilets Available
Disabled Facilities
Showers Available
Drinking Water Available
Rubbish Bins Available
Power Available
Mobile Phone Reception
Pets Permitted
Suitable for Tents
Camper Trailers
Caravans
Campervans & Motorhomes
Big Rig Access
Time Limits Apply
14 Days
Some Shade Available
Fires Permitted
Picnic Table Available
BBQ Available
Shelter Available
Camp Kitchen
Laundry
Show Grounds
 

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