The very best Echuca caravan parks to stay in

Finding towns in Victoria that have something for everyone can be a difficult task but when you plan a trip to Echuca you will be blessed with an abundance of brilliant activities that will keep everyone in your travelling party very happy.

The only problem you may face is where you should stay in Echuca. In this post, we are looking at all the very best Echuca caravan parks and what they have for anyone visiting the Murray River region.

The historic port of Echuca
The historic Port of Echuca

Where is Echuca?

Echuca is a historical town located in the state of Victoria, Australia. The town is situated on the Murray River and has a population of approximately 10,000 people. Echuca is a popular tourist destination, due to its proximity to the Murray River and its many attractions. The town is home to a number of historical buildings and museums, as well as a variety of shops and restaurants close to holiday parks in Echuca.

Echuca caravan parks

There are three caravan parks in Echuca, it can be hard to decide which one to stay at. To help you make your decision, we have created a short review of each of the caravan parks in Echuca to help make your decision easier.

Whether you are looking for Echuca holiday accommodation at a park with plenty of activities for the kids, or a park that is close to the town centre, we are sure you will find one of the best Echuca caravan parks for your stay.

213662?UniqueId=EV echcp

Caravan parks in Echuca – Discovery Park Echuca

Located 5 kilometres from the Port of Echuca is Discovery Park Echuca. If you are looking for Echuca caravan parks on the river, Discovery Parks ticks all the boxes with its location a stone’s throw away.

To make your stay easy, the park has a huge range of facilities such as a kiosk/shop selling the essentials, communal cooking areas including a camp kitchen and BBQs, plus laundry for clothes washing.

jumping pillow at Discovery Parks Echuca
Fun for kids at Echuca holiday parks

Discovery Parks Echuca accommodation hosts activities in the park for guests on a regular basis such as having pizza vans, music in the main BBQ area, colouring competitions and mechanical bull rides.

For those who do not have a boat, you can hire a luxurious pontoon boat from Discovery Parks Echuca to explore the river and its surrounds.

For kids, this Echuca caravan park has a water park and the swimming pool is a world of fun for them. Besides this amazing facility, you will find a playground, bouncing pillow, activity room, tennis court basketball court and a BMX track, to keep kids of all ages occupied.

Types of accommodation at Echuca Discovery Parks: You can book a range of accommodation from 1 from through to 3-room cabins. For people looking for sites for caravans, this Echuca caravan park with ensuites ensures privacy for your stay.

What you need to know:

Victorian weekend getaways: All the very best things to do in Echuca

Echuca caravan parks – NRMA Echuca

The NRMA Echuca Holiday Park is located on the banks of the Murray River, making it an ideal place to stay when you visit Echuca. This centrally located Echuca caravan park not only has great Murray River access but is also close to the town centre.

Of all the Echuca holiday parks NRMA is located just 600 meters walking distance from the historical Port of Echuca, shops and restaurants of the town making it one of the best Echuca caravan parks.

There is a communal camp kitchen and BBQs for cooking as well as a laundry for washing and drying your clothes. The convenience of Wi-Fi is available throughout the park, while those who have a boat can launch directly into the Murray River from the park. When the sun goes down, the park has a free courtesy bus to local clubs so you enjoy dinner and drinks.

For people with dogs on holiday in Echuca, the park allows dogs during off-peak times.

2 kids having fun at Echuca caravan parks
Kids will have fun at Echuca holiday parks

For families wanting to stay at Echuca Holiday parks, NRMA has a wide range of facilities for kids including a children’s playground tennis and basketball courts, a swimming pool and organized activities during the school holidays.

The organized activities are a breath of fresh air for parents who can be sure their kids are being supervised and participate with other kids in a friendly environment run by the park. It’s a bit like a resort kids club staying in Echuca Victoria.

Types of accommodation: There are a number of cabin options, including 1 and 2-bedroom units you can book and sites for caravans including synthetic spots.

What you need to know:

  • Address: 8 Crofton Street, Echuca Vic 3564
  • Phone: 1800 555 640
  • Email:

Epic summer holiday plans? Here are 8 spectacular summer holiday destinations in Victoria

Pet-friendly caravan parks Echuca – Rich River Tourist Park

The Rich River Tourist Park in Echuca is the perfect place for a caravan or cabin holiday. With so many things to do, you’ll never be bored.

The park is off the main highway but still close to the Murray River so you can easily explore all that Echuca has to offer. This dog-friendly Echuca caravan parks welcomes pets all year round.

You will find communal cooking areas at the camp kitchen or park BBQs and at night, relax around the campfire with friends and family. The Rich RiverTourist Park is the perfect place to enjoy a fun and relaxing holiday when you are looking for a stay in Echuca.

There are plenty of activities to keep you entertained at the Rich River Tourist Park. Take a dip in the pool, enjoy the games room, or the kids can hang out on the playground. Couples and families can go for a walk along the river, cast a line and try to catch a Murray Cod, or grab a canoe and explore the Murray River.

Types of accommodation: You can book standard & deluxe cabins (all linen provided), ensuite powered sites and powered sites 

What you need to know:

  • Address: 40 Crescent Street, Echuca Victoria 3564
  • Phone:  (03) 5480 0999
  • website:

There are so many amazing things to do in Echuca and its surroundings that will have you returning to this amazing holiday destination in Northern Victoria year-round. If caravaning is not your things, there are plenty of Echuca hotels for you.

If you are looking for more amazing caravan parks in Victoria or more travel in Victoria destinations, Explore Victoria has some more articles below for you to check out. If you have an idea, attraction or top spot, feel free to leave us a comment or email us at

More holiday destinations in Victoria

bright holiday

The 6 best caravan parks in Bright

Bright, the home of the great outdoors, the home to stunning landscapes, divine food and some of the warmest locals in the state. It’s a place that everyone wants to visit whether it be in the winter or a trip to Bright in the summer, it literally has a season for everyone. Bright is close … Read more
Bright weekend itinerary

All the best things to do in Bright – weekend itinerary

For many, a visit to Bright inspires a feeling of calm. Its tree-lined streets and easy nature make anyone instantly feel relaxed and at home in the iconic Aussie bush. There are many activities in Bright that will encourage you to revisit the amazing regional Victorian town that many people visit to escape the hustle … Read more
Bright DP article

5 things to love about Discovery Parks Bright

Are you looking for the perfect tree change escape? An escape that will stay in your memory as one of the most beautiful for years to come? Then a trip to Bright should be at the top of your list and the gateway for everything Bright has to offer is the Discovery Parks Bright. Bright … Read more
Ballarat to Bendigo cover image

Ballarat to Bendigo – what can I see on the way

Bendigo and Ballarat are two of the most popular destinations in regional Victoria. Ballarat is home to Sovereign Hill, where you can pan for gold. Other Ballarat attractions, such as Ballarat Wildlife Park, where you will see kangaroos, wombats, and more, are worth visiting. In Bendigo, the Central Deborah Gold Mine and the botanical gardens … Read more

Leave a Comment