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Homebush Park Camp is a established campsite set on 2 acres of private property in the charming little village of Binalong. Owners Trish and Bernie welcome all travellers including Free Range Camping members in fully self contained RV’s, and pets (on lead), to their friendly country campsite.

Homebush Park Camp is centrally located to the surrounding towns of Jugiong, Harden, Yass and Young and only 95kms from Canberra. The campsite is perfect for a weekend getaway being an ideal base to explore the many villages, towns, wineries and attractions that the Hilltops and Southern Tablelands region has to offer.

There are no amenities or power at the campsite which is grassed with some lovely shaded areas. The beautiful gum and eucalyptus trees on the property are perfect to relax under as you enjoy the views of the countryside and the hills towards Jugiong. After a busy day exploring you will love coming back to the tranquillity at Homebush Park Camp. Evenings see some amazing sunsets, during your stay you may even get to see some wallabies, rabbits, possums and new born lambs as well as a variety of birds.

Water is bore water, town water is available for a small cost from your hosts, as are boxed wood bricks. Two wood bricks burn for approximately 4-5 hours being ideal for use onsite in a fire pit. Bricks are easily stored to travel with you. Trish and Bernie offer Australian White lamb cuts from their breeding farm. Depending on the season, packaged cuts are available to take on your travels.

Historic Binalong village is only a short stroll from the campsite where you can get basic essentials from the small general store, grab a pub meal and cold drink at the Hotel Binalong, enjoy a steak at the Tara Motel Restaurant. Binalong also has a service station, swimming pool, post office and coffee shop. Alternatively for more services, Yass and Harden are both less than 35 km from Homebush.

Travellers are more than welcome to leave their vans at Homebush Park Camp overnight whilst enjoying day trips, or spending a day or two in other accommodation in towns like Canberra.

Being experienced and regular travellers themselves, Trish and Bernie have opened up their property to give travellers another affordable place to stay while travelling in the Southern Tablelands of NSW. Their aim is to have an outside toilet, a B-B-Q area and fires sites for a more enjoyable stay for their guests.

From Harden, on entering Binalong at the 60 zone go over bridge, straight ahead into Manning Street, about 180 metres from bridge, do not take the turn to Yass, the entrance to Homebush Park Camp is 15 metres on right.

From Yass, go past the Royal Tara Motel in Binalong continuing on Burley Griffin Way (Queen Street) until you see blue and white signs stating Catholic Church, Waste Disposal, turn left into Manning Street, the entrance to the campsite is on the right, 15 metres from highway.

You may phone ahead of your arrival if you wish to have parking assistance but not essential it’s park at leisure. The open driveway is easy access being wide enough for large vehicles.

Fee is $10/night per caravan or motorhome.
A safety deposit safe at “Old Studio” in paddock if no one in house.
Town water is $5, Wood bricks available on request.

Booking is not essential but being a private property you may book ahead.
Phone or email Trish on the details listed below.

Please take all rubbish with you.
Have great, memorable times.

Binalong overflows with history and some wonderful examples of colonial architecture. You will feel like you are taking a step back in time as you stroll around this beautiful little town.

Nearby towns include Jugiong, Harden-Murrumburrah,, Gundagai, Boorowa, Browning, Cootamundra, Yass, and Young just to name a few. The area boasts some of Australia’s finest food, wine, intimate valleys, beautiful Heritage buildings, Museums, Galleries, Shops, Restaurants and so much more. Jugiong has the famous pub, The Sir George, Yass the famous Hume and Hovell walking track and Harden holds Australias biggest Kite Festival in October, just to name a few.

The National Capital has plenty of attractions including the Australian War Memorial, Art Gallery, High Court, Old and New Parliament House, Lake Burley Griffin, Questacon, National Arboretum, National Zoo and Aquarium, National Portrait Gallery, the Institute of Sport, award winning restaurants and many more places of interest.


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Water Filling Available
Town water . . .
Drinking Water Available
Purchase or BY0
Mobile Phone Reception
Pets Permitted
Must be on a leash . . .
Not Suitable for Tents
No Camper Trailers
Campervans & Motorhomes
Big Rig Access
RV Turn Around Area
RV Parking Available
Some Shade Available
Fires Permitted
Picnic Table Available
Nice Views From Location
Farm, Hills and Sunsets
Generators Permitted
Till 10.30pm


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Steve May 1, 2019 10:55 am

Overnight caravan
Great hosts