Coolah Caravan Park is situated in a picturesque setting with magnificent trees and the Coolaburragundy River along one boundary. The Park is known for its warmth, friendliness and peaceful atmosphere.
Relax under large shady trees, have a barbecue or take a stroll beside the river. Happy hour every afternoon enables you to meet your fellow guests and catch up on the best places to stop on your forward journey. It is just a short walk to the centre of Coolah or a 30 kilometre drive to Coolah Tops National Park.
This is the friendliest of caravan parks with quality deluxe, standard and budget options, air-conditioned cabins, powered sites and a camping area with camp kitchen.
There is plenty to see and do at Coolah Tops National Park. It was gazetted as a National Park in 1996, Coolah Tops covers 12,117 hectares on a narrow plateau of the Liverpool Ranges. The area is very scenic, boasting several waterfalls and lookouts offering spectacular views over the adjacent plains that extend to the Warrumbungles and Mt Kaputar. There are especially fine views from the northern rim of the plateau. You can camp at the park or just visit for the day.
Park features include: Norfolk Falls Picnic Area, The Barracks Camping Area, Coxs Creek Camping Area, The Pines Camping Area, Bundella Lookout, The Pinnacle Lookout, Basalt Caves, Breeza Lookout and Shepherds Peak.
Bookings essential for Bracken Hut and can be obtained through Mudgee National Parks and Wildlife Office.
The Black Stump Inn Hotel offers clean pub style accommodation at affordable prices. Single, twin and family rooms available. A light continental breakfast is included in the tariff.
This circa 1928 hotel has a fabulous family atmosphere and icy cold beer. Other features include a free jukebox on Friday and Saturday nights, EFTPOS, bottle shop, barbecue area and beer garden.
Value for money meals are available at Ramshackles or at Tony's Pizzas seven days a week.
The Coolah Valley Hotel provides budget accommodation in a friendly country pub, with a beer garden and a large balcony overlooking the main street. The central location of the hotel makes it an ideal starting point to browse the local gift shops and gallery, or head further afield to Coolah Tops National Park.
Rooms sleep up to five people, with a range of single and double beds. There are shared bathroom facilities with showers and bath. Linen and towels are provided.
Guests of Coolah Valley Hotel enjoy exclusive access to the heritage balcony, with panoramic views of Coolah Valley.
Munna Bed and Breakfast is a lovely two bedroom garden cottage located on a ing farm property about 26 kilometres north of Coolah on the Warrumbungle Way towards Binnaway. The property features one queen bed and two single beds with shared bathroom facilities.
The Bed and Breakfast is a great choice for families who are seeking a taste of what the country has to offer. A home style cooked dinner is also available on request. Bookings required.