Yass Caravan Park is pet friendly for guests travelling with their own van. For health and safety reasons, pets aren't allowed in the on-site cabins.

Conveniently located on the northern side of Yass, just five minutes off the Hume Highway, the Yass Caravan Park caters for the traveller with on-site cabins, drive through caravan sites and camping sites.

Only 45 minutes from Canberra, the Yass Caravan Park is a great place to base yourself for a few days as you explore the Nation’s Capital and the broader Canberra Region.

Pet Friendly – Yass Caravan Park is pet friendly for guests travelling with their own van or tent. For health and safety reasons pets are not allowed in the on-site cabins.

Discover the historic town of Yass – the home of Hamilton Hume, Australia’s first colonial born explorer and his home at Cooma Cottage or undertake the Yass Historical Walk and Drive. The region is home to one of Australia’s most celebrated wine regions – Canberra District – with about 35 wineries between Yass and Canberra.

  • Barbeque
  • Carpark
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking
  • Public Telephone
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Contact details

Corner Laidlaw Street and Grampian Street, Yass, New South Wales, 2582 02 6226 1173 http://www.yassvalley.com.au

Rates

  • $28 - $98

Note - Unpowered camp sites start at $28 - Powered sites from $32 per night - Cabins from $98 per night.

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