Welcome to the Highway Caravan Park Scone

Scone "Horse Capital of Australia" - Highway Caravan Park Scone


Welcome to Scone, the ‘Horse Capital of Australia’ and the Highway Caravan Park.

When you arrive at the Highway Caravan Park you will find old fashion country hospitality, clean facilities and a relaxing environment. A small park with a big heart.

With a mix of accommodation that includes:

  • Ensuite cabins
  • A cottage
  • Caravans with or without ensuites
  • Powered and Unpowered sites.

The park is your ideal place to pull off the highway for day or more and to explore to wonderful Upper Hunter Region.



Ensuite Cabins - Highway Caravan Park Scone

The Cottage - Highway Caravan Park Scone

Onsite Caravan with Ensuite - Highway Caravan Park Scone

The Park - Highway Caravan Park Scone

Ensuite Cabin

  • 2 x Bedroom
    • 1 x Double Bed
    • 1 x Single Bunk Beds
  • Ensuite
  • Kitchenette
    • Stove
    • Fridge
    • Microwave
    • Crockery
    • Cutlery
  • TV


  • 1 x Queen Bed
  • Bathroom
  • Lounge
  • Full Kitchen
    • Stove
    • Fridge
    • Microwave
    • Crockery
    • Cutlery
  • TV

Onsite Caravans

  • Double Bed
  • Kitchen
  • Dining

A number of the vans have bunks and external ensuites.

Tourist Sites


Contact Us

Things to See & Do

Scone Horse Capital of Australia

Lake Glenbawn

National Park - Barrington Top

Hunter Valley Wine

Scone is lovely town with wide tree-lined streets, and is home to dozens of studs and world-class thoroughbred breeders. The beautiful area in the Upper Hunter celebrates its equine heritage with several wonderful events, including the 10-day Scone and Upper Hunter Horse Festival.

Dress up for the Emirates Park Scone Cup Carnival, a two-day event that attracts fine race horses to the second-biggest horse-breeding town in the world. You can tour the horse studs and vineyards in the region with Upper Hunter Tours. Golfers and movie buffs are catered for too, with Scone Golf Club’s nine-hole course and the heritage-listed Scone Civic Theatre, an art deco delight.

To the North West of Scone is Burning Mountain Nature Reserve, where there’s a 5,500-year-old natural underground fire that is part of the local Aboriginal Dreaming.  

Within an easy drive you also can visit the Barrington Tops, enjoy a chat with the locals at one of the friendly country pubs.



Contact Us




 (02) 6545 1078


 Highway Caravan Park Scone

 248 Kelly Street (New England Highway), Scone, NSW, 2337

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