You might wonder about where the name came from for the new caravan park in Narromine?
New owners, Eddie and Michelle have been operating the business for only four months at 69 Mitchell Highway, walking distance from the main street.
Michelle said, “The man who originally created the park, hand built the rockwall out the front. He would travel from Dubbo to here to collect the rocks.”
That was in 1974, when the park was originally called the Rose Garden, and it has been closed for ten years, until this year.
Behind that 135m wall, they offer a relaxed, family-friendly, pet-friendly park with a camp kitchen. There’s powered and unpowered camping and caravan sites, spa cottages and ensuite cabins.
Narromine is only 35 minutes drive west of Dubbo, in the Great Western Plains of NSW. Bypass Dubbo or stay here as your base, in a town known for it’s aviation history and as the birthplace of Glenn McGrath. See his statue of this famous cricketer in Tom Perry Park.
Although agriculture is the town’s mainstay, Narromine attracts glider pilots from around the globe. You can fly in a sailplane and more at Narromine Aerodrome or check out vintage aircraft at the Aviation Museum. Also view the Narromine Iris Farm, craft shop, river trails, play golf or fish!
Day trips include Dubbo Great Western Plains Zoo, Wellington Caves, Parkes Radio Telescope and nearby Trangie or gold mining village, Tomingley.
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