If you plan on visiting the Hunter region this year, Tomago Village is the perfect place to stay. The central location of the village is increasingly popular with Caravan and RV enthusiasts who never have to drive far to visit the local attractions.
Key areas such as Lake Macquarie (40km), Newcastle (20km), Port Stephens (48km) and the Hunter Valley (30km) are all within close driving distance. For those coming from Newcastle Airport it is only a short 20 minute drive.
With so much to see and do in the Hunter, it’s easy to think that your budget will be stretched, but doesn’t necessarily have to be the case.
Tomago Village is great value for money with powered sites starting at as little as $25 per night. The majority of nearby attractions are also reasonably affordable.
Here are a few that we recommend:
Hunter Wetlands National Park (18km)
Hunter Wetlands National Park is a wildlife sanctuary with family-friendly walking, fishing, birdwatching and cycling. The park is just a short drive from Newcastle.
Hunter Region Botanic Gardens (10km)
The award winning Hunter Region Botanic Gardens attract visitors from Australia and overseas all year round. There are over 30 hectares of tranquil landscaped gardens showcasing the beauty and diversity of Australian native flora.
Newcastle is the second most populated area in NSW and the heartbeat of the Hunter. With over 3.3 million visitors annually, the city attracts nearly half the region’s domestic visitors and 66% of total international visitors.
Myall Lakes National Park (49km)
Myall Lakes National Park, north of Newcastle offers great walking, kayaking and fishing opportunities. Visit one of the three lakes in the park that give you the option to either park up the campervan, camp out or stay in heritage listed accommodation.