Our latest RV Friendly Town is Ardlethan, NSW!
Ardlethan is a rural service town located at the northern gateway to the Coolamon Shire. Originally known as Rosebank, Ardlethan was proclaimed a village in 1908. Just two minutes off the Newell Highway, the town has plenty of charming stores and eateries to keep its visitors entertained.
RV travellers visiting town can park their self-contained vehicle at the Ardlethan Short Stay Car Park on Ariah Street. Visitors can stay for up to 72 hours at no cost for an unpowered site, and power is available for just $2 per 12 hours. Potable water is available at the site, however, the dump point is located on Stewart St.
Ardlethan is the birthplace of the Australian kelpie, and the nature and heritage walk in town gives visitors the chance to learn about the town’s link to this breed of dog. Casterton in Victoria also claims to be the birthplace of the kelpie. To assert its claim as the birthplace, Ardlethan has a bronze statue of a kelpie in Stewart Park.
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