great step' for Wollondilly
Council allocates $35,000
trial RV-friendly site
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Wollondilly Shire Council in NSW has given the thumbs up for a new
experimental RV-friendly site.
Travellers will be able to
roll into Warragamba to stay the night opposite the Boomerang Shelter at
the Warragamba Recreation Reserve.
motorhomes and campervans can be parked for free for a maximum of two
The council allocated $35,000 from the budget for the
General manager Luke Johnson said it was "another great
step" for tourism in Wollondilly.
The welcome RV-friendly site
will be ready for this summer holiday season, with signage, an automatic
boom gate, linemarking and waste bins being put in place.
Travellers will be able to use the reserve's existing RV dump point.
The boom gate will be open during daylight hours and overnight
visitors will gain access to the site by contacting council's after-hours
This will record the visitor's details and provide a pin
code for entry through the boom gate.
"This RV-friendly initiative
is a 12-month trial that will help inform a shire-wide RV friendly
strategy," the council said in a statement.
"It aims to provide
additional tourism opportunities in Warragamba and help to strengthen the
local economy by giving visitors the option of free overnight
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