Glenrowan Caravan and Tourist Park
2 Old Hume Highway, Glenrowan
A beautiful and peaceful setting
When visiting Winton, Glenrowan, Wangaratta, Benalla or Milawa for bird watching, cycling, wine, or Winton Raceway, you can stay in newly decorated cabins or bring your own van, tent or backpack. We are backpacker friendly!
Glenrowan Tourist Park is located just 2 kilometres from the township of Glenrowan and is at the base of Mt Glenrowan. Mt Glenrowan is part of the Warby Ovens Park and was a base for the bush ranger Ned Kelly, who used the view point to keep track of the Police. The park has a bush setting with views of Mt Buffalo and Mt Buller, an abundance of bird life, kangaroos and the occasional tree python. Glenrowan is in close proximity of Wangaratta, Benalla, Taminick, Milawa and King River wine regions. We are one of the few places where the Touquoise parrot can be watched.
The park offers a wide range of accommodation from 3 bed room self-contained cabins to standard cabins, caravan and tent sites and drive-through sites. A new camp kitchen, renovated amenities block and refreshing pool make it an ideal location to get away from the usual caravan park. It is an ideal spot for small caravan clubs and "grey nomads" to stop and recharge batteries, and an ideal stopover for backpackers.
We are an animal friendly park but conditions do apply. There are ample areas in and outside the park for walking and bicycle rides, especially the walking track which starts at the park gate and leads right into Glenrowan Township. There are numerous orchards in the area where campers can buy fruit from the grower.
Glenrowan Tourist Park is on the Old Hume Highway and is set back into the hill. This offers peace and tranquility.
We encourage people to bring their own sheets and towels for their stay in our cabins. All cabins include fresh laundered doonas, pillows and mattress protectors in each cabin.
We have been at the park for 9 years and are still renovating the older cabins. The park is about 30 years old and we purchased it in December 2006. Comments we have received have only been positive to very complimentary. We are presently developing a new park area which will give even better views of the ranges. We plan to keep the park quiet, friendly and well within accepted price ranges.
The park features now include:
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