DUBBO: Westview Caravan Park Review

Upgrade to comfort

Originally we had planned to camp the night on an unpowered site within Westview Caravan Park for $30 but as it happened, the skies opened up and it poured down all night long. Thankfully the park had a dog-friendly cabin available so we upgraded ourselves for an extra $90. It was the best decisions we made!

The caravan park is located only a five minutes’ drive from the centre of town but there’s nothing near the park itself to keep you entertained.

The cabin we stayed in was quite spacious and included a balcony, kitchen, bed and bathroom (without a shower). Having a bathroom and running water in the cabin meant we didn’t have to trek through the downpour to use the toilet facilities which was a welcome relief!

The cabin was fairly new and clean and we even had a fold out lounge that Sprocket was allowed to sit on. Although we can’t judge the park’s toilet facilities (other than those within the cabin), we were happy with everything else.

We give Westview Caravan Park three paws out of five.

3 out of 5 paws

Westview Caravan Park
13R Narromine Rd,
NSW 2830

3 thoughts on “DUBBO: Westview Caravan Park Review

  1. […] To kick off day six, we took Sprocket to a fully fenced agility dog park in Tamworth. From here we drove straight to Gunnedah where we stopped for some morning tea. Then it was on to Dubbo for lunch at Church Street Cafe before the rain settled in. After spending the afternoon catching up with a friend at Old Bank Restaurant and Bar, we checked into our accommodation at Westview Caravan Park. […]


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