Hunter Valley Caravan Parks

The Hunter Valley in NSW is renowned as one of Australia's premier wine regions, having its first plantings commenced in the early 19th century. But there is much more than just wine to this diverse region.
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Denman Van Village

https://www.caravancaravan.com.au/entity/denman-van-village/nsw
Denman Van Village enjoys a tranquil setting in a quiet street away from the highway traffic. Family owned and operated, it offers friendly service and all that you would expect from a quality country caravan park.
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Active Holidays Cessnock Wine Country

https://www.caravancaravan.com.au/entity/active-holidays-cessnock-wine-country/nsw
Cessnock Wine Country Caravan Park is located in the heart of the Hunter Valley – making it the perfect base to explore everything the region has to offer.
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Active Holidays BIG4 Hunter Valley

https://www.caravancaravan.com.au/entity/active-holidays-big4-hunter-valley/nsw
At BIG4 Hunter Valley in Cessnock, you are close enough to the vineyards to hear the buds bursting on the vines.
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Australian Motorhomes Tourist Park

https://www.caravancaravan.com.au/entity/australian-motorhomes-tourist-park/nsw
Australian Motorhomes Tourist Park is on the Pacific Highway, opposite Buckets Way between Karuah and Raymond Terrace.

Relax to the max with a drink or cuppa on the verandah of our Club house, overlooking a clean clear storage pond suitable for swimming.
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Merriwa Caravan Park

https://www.caravancaravan.com.au/entity/merriwa-caravan-park/nsw
Merriwa Caravan Park is a small, tidy council owned caravan park located on the Golden Highway. There are good clean amenities and level grassy powered and unpowered sites,with or without shade.
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Williams River Holiday Park

https://www.caravancaravan.com.au/entity/williams-river-holiday-park/nsw
The Williams River Holiday Park enjoys a peaceful riverfront setting with generous grassy sites and access to a boat ramp. This is where you can forget that the rest of the world exists, yet be just a couple of hours from Sydney.
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Country Acres Caravan Park

https://www.caravancaravan.com.au/entity/country-acres-caravan-park/nsw
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Scone Caravan Park

https://www.caravancaravan.com.au/entity/scone-caravan-park/nsw
Scone Caravan Park appears to be mostly mine worker accommodation, although they do have some tourist sites.
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Coachstop Caravan Park

https://www.caravancaravan.com.au/entity/coachstop-caravan-park/nsw
Coachstop Caravan Park offers affordable comfort in our well kept cabins and drive thru sites. Friendly service with a smile will welcome you to our park for your stay in the hub of the Hunter Valley.
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Antrim Cabins & Caravan Park

https://www.caravancaravan.com.au/entity/antrim-cabins-caravan-park/nsw
Antrim Cabins & Caravan Park is located in the heart of the Hunter Valley wine country. It is set on an established working farm, on the Wollombi Road, just 9km from Broke.
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The Hunter River, named after John Hunter, the second colonial Governor of NSW, has its beginnings in the peat moss of Barrington Tops National Park. As it winds its way down from its mountainous source it passes through rich agricultural and grazing land. This is where many first-class racing legends are born, as the area is home to several horse studs.

Coal mining and power generation are important industries in the Hunter and they don't always sit easily with their viticultural neighbours. Underground mining has caused a great deal of subsidence in the area and many locals are not happy about the way that mining is impacting on their lifestyle and livelihoods.

Liddell and Bayswater power stations produce about 40% of the power consumption of NSW. This is sold on the national wholesale market and supplies homes and industries throughout the eastern states of Australia.

The Hunter River, having started as a trickle of water high up in the mountains, transforms into a major waterway after winding its way for hundreds of kilometres through farm and grazing land and finds its way to the ocean at Newcastle.

Newcastle is a major port and was once a steel town. Now it is home to one of the most respected regional universities on the east coast of Australia. Newcastle is a city that is passionate about football and is represented in the National Rugby League by the Newcastle Knights.
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