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Spacer is Australia’s leading Storage Marketplace with over 200,000 members across the country.

We have over 2000 caravan storage options available to rent, sourced from local property owners with empty space and commercial operators who offer exclusive discounts to Spacer members. Not only do we offer vehicle storage, Spacer can also connect you with over 30,000 self-storage units suitable for anything from document storage to furniture storage.

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How Much Does it Cost to Store a Caravan?

The price of caravan storage varies greatly depending on location and storage type, but typically you should expect to pay anywhere from $22 a week to $60 a week.

CityOpen StorageUndercover Storage
Brisbane/Gold CoastFrom $132/monthFrom $160 - $180/month
MelbourneFrom $42 - 80/monthFrom $75 - 125/month
SydneyFrom $140/monthFrom $220 - $240/month
PerthFrom $110/monthQuote Required
AdelaideFrom $72 - $125/monthFrom $140 - $168/month

Keep in mind that these prices do not include fifth wheeler Caravans or larger motorhomes. For larger vehicles, you will need to get in contact with the commercial facility to request a quote. You should expect to pay around $20-$40 more each month depending on the facility, level of security and the size of your vehicle. Another storage option, not included in the table above, is Undercover Shade Sails which sit in the mid range between undercover storage and open storage costs.

If you’re storing your caravan with a commercial operator, your caravan will most likely need to be registered and insured. Most traditional options are usually located at the fringe of the cities or close to airports, which can be quite inconvenient if you’re planning to visit or use your caravan regularly. Some storage facilities even offer caravan washing services and 24/7 onsite security.

How Should I Store My Caravan?

Although caravans are designed for the outdoors, leaving them to stand for extended periods of time isn’t ideal. We spoke to Wade and Dani from 'Travel With Wade And Dani', who have just completed their very own campervan build, about how they keep their caravan protected in storage. They recommend storing your caravan in a dry and covered spot, if possible with concrete for optimal protection against rain and dust. A canvas cover will also help guard against harsh weather conditions such as high winds that could damage your caravan’s exterior.

You can find extensive storage checklists usually in your caravan’s product manual or on blogs such as RVDaily. For Wade and Dani, they found that emptying the water tanks, emptying grey or black water, keeping the batteries topped up and storing their caravan on level ground to be the most important. Most checklists also recommend servicing your caravan before putting it into storage to prevent development of rust, and conducting a thorough deep clean of the interior, particularly the fridge and freezer.

If you don’t have appropriate caravan storage at home, you can rent a space from a commercial facility or property owner nearby. Kerbside storage is not recommended, as local councils are targeting on-street caravan parking with fines of $99 or more.

Is it OK to Store a Caravan Outside?

Yes, it is okay to store a caravan outside but it’s not recommended without protection. Van covers are a great way to keep leaves, bird droppings and water stains from damaging the paint exterior. Make sure to tie your van cover down properly to ensure it’s 100% waterproof. It’s also important to cover your tyres to protect them from UV damage.

Parking your caravan on a flat surface is highly recommended. Some storage facilities suggest you should pump your tyres to maximum tyre pressure to avoid flat spots. Most experts recommend storing your caravan under an awning or carport for full protection if possible.

Is it OK to Store a Caravan on Grass?

It is okay to store your caravan on grass, but it’s not ideal for long-term storage (6 months or more). Grass and weeds can grow up through the wheels and dampness can crack or damage your tyres. Wade and Dani recommend laying down some PVC sheeting underneath your caravan as well as putting bricks beneath the tyres to create a solid foundation.

Caravan Park Recommendations

According to Tourism Australia, Aussies’ take nearly 13 million caravan trips a year. We have compiled a shortlist of popular caravan parks for your next trip!

Recommended by Wade and Dani, the One Mile Beach Caravan Park is situated on the ocean, just a short walk from the beach. “The park is large, with plenty of room for everyone and the staff are always friendly and happy to help. It’s the perfect place to relax.”

NRMA Sydney Lakeside Holiday Park is a multi award winning holiday destination perfect for caravanning and camping. The Narrabeen Caravan Park is a favorite for long summer holidays or even quick weekend getaways. They offer family-friendly facilities, self-contained accommodation options and a spectacular view of the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge. It is conveniently located just 17 kilometres from Sydney central business district and has something to suit all budgets.

Ingenia Holidays Sydney Hills is located in the middle of Hawkesbury River and the Blue Mountains, northwest of Sydney central business district. This is the perfect destination to experience the natural wonders of Sydney with a variety of cabin, caravan, motorhome and camping sites. Their facilities include camp and communal kitchen, barbecue, laundry, communal bathroom, outdoor dining area, dump point, playground, tennis court, playground and more.

Colo Riverside Park is a beautiful bushland on the banks of the Colo River that offers powered and unpowered camping and caravan sites. The Colo River is just perfect for swimming, kayaking and a favourite spot for bass fishing. It is a convenient stop-over along Putty Road with quality meals, excellent coffee and on-site bottle shop for dine-in and takeaway. Colo Riverside Park is located about an hour and half drive northwest of Sydney.

The Great Ocean Road is one popular caravan destination in Melbourne. It is also known for its estuary and surf fishing, cray fishing, diving and swimming. The park features modern camp kitchen, good old barbecue area, an open fireplace, children’s playground, game and TV rooms and even free WiFi. Caravaners can choose between powered and unpowered sites depending on their set budget while enjoying the picturesque and tranquil outdoor.

Located one kilometre west of Cowes in Melbourne is the family-friendly Cowes Caravan Park. They provide fun entertainment for all members of the family from swimming, surfing, picnicking and fishing. Pets are also welcome in the off-season. Campers can choose from different types of accommodation. Popular choice is their beachfront sites as it accommodates larger motorhomes and caravans. Cowes Caravan Park offers acres of beautifully maintained parkland, tall shade trees and grassed sites, with a well-equipped camp kitchen, recreation hall, playground, amenities, laundry, disabled facilities and babies bathroom.

Enjoy the beautiful fresh air and mountain views in Colac Colac Caravan Park. Clack Clack as most locals call it, this luxury caravan park is located six kilometres from Corryong on the Murray Valley Highway in Melbourne. They offer a luxury cabin by the creek, ensuite and standard cabins or powered and unpowered sites. Tourists can go cycling and walking through the track linking Colac Colac to Corryong and marvel at the beauty of this 15-acre manicured ground with an abundance of bird life by the magnificent Nariel Creek.

The Greenacres Caravan Park is set in the bushland surroundings of the Redland Shire and is conveniently located within twenty-six kilometres south of Brisbane central business district. The park offers a number of alternative accommodation types for tourists and permanents including Caravan and Camping Sites, fully self contained Cabins, Villa’s and other accommodation types to meet specific camper requirements. Enjoy camping traditions such as fishing and boating or visit the major shopping centres nearby.

Whether it’s a quick weekend getaway with friends or a long school holiday break with the family, Boomerang Biloela Caravan Park can cater to different alternative accommodation types especially caravanning. The park is just a five-minute walk into the Town Centre of Biloela, a short walk to Queensland Heritage Park and a short drive to the Callide dam and the Cania Gorge.

Maryborough Caravan and Tourist Park is located in a quiet garden setting that is just two kilometres from Maryborough central business district. It is adjacent to the Westside Tavern and Shopping Complex is in close proximity to all conveniences and services. The park offers a number of alternative accommodation types including Caravan and Camping Sites, fully self contained Cabins and Units to meet specific requirements. This is the closest holiday caravan getaway from the city of Maryborough.

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If you have some free time on your hands and are raring to go on a much-needed vacation, leave everything behind and take that beach road trip you’ve always wanted to do. Frolic at Airlie Beach and let the waves wash all your stress away. Before the trip, decide if you will travel by car or if you will need to rent a campervan. Renting a vehicle would be ideal if you plan to camp out or have rooms booked in the places you’re visiting. If you’re worried about where to park your car, you can check out companies like Spacer, which can find the best and most affordable spots for you.

If you love the great outdoors, you’ll be familiar with the trials and tribulations of packing gear. It’s a similar issue for those with a big family and who like to travel frequently, spend weekends on camping trips, or engage in other recreational activities as a group. Your car boot may not have adequate space for all the things you need to bring along. Whilst you may have a roof rack, it may not be enough to securely hold all your items.

One of the most exciting places in Australia that will allow you to relax and enjoy the stunning view of the Pacific Ocean and the fresh, cool breeze is the Grand Pacific Drive. Taking a road trip from Sydney along the Grand Pacific Drive will lead you to Wollongong—a coastal city south of the CBD which is known for beautiful beaches and rocky cliffs. You will get to pass the remarkable Sea Cliff Bridge and dozens of other exciting landmarks along the Grand Pacific Drive.

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