RV Parks

We are pleased to offer a couple of wonderful new additions to town for the visitors of Peterborough.

The FREE Peterborough RV Park is located at the western end of town, opposite Steamtown and the Visitor Information Centre, and not far from the 'off-leash' dog park. We are very happy to offer compliant (only) self-contained campers the use of this park.


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Parking Area:

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This RV park is for strictly self-contained vehicles, no camper trailers, tents or swags, and we ask that you leave the RV Park as you found it.  Any clarification required, or problems to report, please contact the Council on (08) 8651 3566.


If for whatever reason you are unable to comply with these conditions, or indeed require further services, ie toilets, showers, camp kitchen, etc, the Peterborough Caravan Park is located on Grove Street, off Hurlstone Street, where they would be happy to welcome you.

Aerial View of RV Park Location: RV Aerial Map(2711 kb)



We are happy to annouce that their is also an RV Park available for compliant users in Yongala (a small hamlet 11kms west of Peterborough) at the southern end of the Main Street:

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Our second new wonderful offering for the visitors of Peterborough is Don Ferguson Drive.  This road runs parallel to the Main Street and is the perfect spot to park your caravan or RV during the day whilst either passing through town, or visiting the many shops.  They are literally metres away.  (Please note - there is strictly no parking overnight on Don Ferguson Drive or the Main Street).

There are 4 entry / exits to Don Ferguson Drive from Main Street.

1 - Eastern end, next to the Town Carriage

2 - mid-way, opposite the Chemist

3 - mid-way, next to the free dump point, opposite 229 Capitol Theatre Cafe

4 - Western end, next to the Skate Park

Eastern Entrance, next to the Town Carriage:

Mid-way Entrance 1:

Mid-way Entrance 2, next to Dump Point:

Western entrance, next to Skate Park:

You will notice a walking trail along the length of Don Ferguson Drive with tables and seating to use, along with free gym equipment (if you want to exercise those muscles!)  This walking trail runs from Steamtown and the Visitor Information Centre (western end of town) all the way to Town Carriage, with solar lighting for its entire length.