The Edenhope Lakeside Tourist Park is located on the Lake Wallace Foreshore in Edenhope and is a popular spot for tourists.
The park is ideally located. It is an open pet-friendly park that is a walkable distance from most of the town’s amenities including being 150 metres from the town centre. With a large number of attractions at different levels of development, Edenhope Lakeside Caravan Park is an ideal base to spend long days relaxing by the lake, exploring the township of Edenhope or doing a day trip to explore the many sites of the region.
The current facilities date back to the 1960s and were originally installed to support local users camping by the lake, these buildings have catered well for the campers over the years however the buildings are now aged and are no longer fit for purpose. Currently, there is a limited capacity for visitors not only at the caravan park but in accommodation offerings in general in and around Edenhope.
The $1.4-million upgrade of the Edenhope caravan park will involve creating 10 new fully-serviced powered sites along the foreshore of Lake Wallace. The project will also include demolition of old infrastructure and the construction of a new all-access amenities block with kitchen, laundry and games room.
The aim of the project is to increase the capacity, accessibility, and appeal of the caravan park to improve the visitor experience by providing a relaxing, enjoyable holiday venue with access to high-quality facilities. The 10 new sites will allow for an additional 20 to 40 people at the park per night
Providing high-quality caravan park facilities, the project will help to encourage visitors to stay longer and enjoy the surrounding arts, culture and natural attractions and allow for visitors to use the location as a base to take in many surrounding tourism attractions.
Lake Street, Edenhope 3318 View Map
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Funding confirmed: August 2022
Construction due to commence: December 2022
Construction due to be completed: May 2024
State Government's Regional Tourism Investment Fund - $1.05 million
Council - $350,000