Our Freedom Camp of the Month - Kulin RV Stop, WA

You will find the Kulin RV Stop at Kulin in Western Australia.

ACC members who nominated Kulin RV Stop for Freedom Camp of the Month describe Kulin as "a terrific little town which welcomes RV's".   The town has provided a free camp in town with toilets and free hot showers (3 mins). 

There is a dump point and barbecue and RVs must be self-contained.  Pets are permitted.

While using the free campground, in exchange for this facility don't forget to visit the local pub which our members inform us has terrific pizzas for dinner.

The Tin Horse Highway with its terrific and quirky tin horse sculptures, extends 15 kilometres each side of town.  About 50 kilometres east of the town is Buckley's Breakaway.

Stay for free at one of our Farm Stays

Did you know that as a member of the Australian Caravan Club, you can short term stay for free at one of our member host Farm Stays situated in various locations around Australia?

So why not join the Club for ALL RVers today and take advantage of this and the many other advantages that membership of the ACC brings.

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Trial Freedom Camp at Warrangamba Recreation Reserve

One of the complaints we often hear is the lack of Freedom Camps on the outskirts of Sydney. 

The good news for RVers wishing to base themselves in Sydney’s South West for a couple of days is that the Warragamba RV Short Stay free site has opened. You will recognise the name as Warragamba Dam is the source of Sydney’s water supply. 

Situated within the Warragamba Recreation Reserve the site is part of a 12 month trial and evaluation by Wollondilly Shire Council. Self-contained motorhomes, caravans and campervans that meet the guidelines (RV must “have the capacity for holding fresh, grey and black water within the confines of the RV”) may stay for two nights with free access to a dump point, waste bins, BBQ’s and potable water.  During daylight hours access to toilets is available. The parklands are locked after sun down each evening. 

For RVers after-hours access is via a boom gate. There are only eight RV sites available. Sites cannot be pre-booked. It is a first in, first position basis. For this reason upon arrival it is necessary to register (telephone) the Council’s after-hours service provider to ascertain availability.  It’s a short walk to town for café’s, restaurants and the local Workers Club.