Dec
21
2017

Every year the small town of Parkes comes alive with a festival to celebrate the King of Rock n Roll’s birthday. The Parkes Elvis Festival is held in the second week of January, to coincide with Elvis Presley’s birthday. It boasts more than 150 events over five days of all things Elvis.

The Parkes Elvis Festival attracts more than 22,000 fans from across Australia and the world. The event features non-stop live entertainment, including the Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Contest, a street parade and a renewal of vows ceremony.

You just need to find a cheap campervan hire deal at Sydney and travel five hours west to be part of this iconic even. It’s an epic celebration of the life and music of Elvis Presley. Park your wheels at one of these places!

Spicer Caravan Park, Parkes

This quiet park is only a short walk from the town centre. Yet it’s far away enough from the highway that you won’t be kept up at night with noisy traffic. The park features barbeque facilities, nearby sporting fields and shady sites to keep you cool during the summer.

Double D Caravan Park, Peak Hill

This is another lovely park where you have the convenience of being close to the Newell Highway but minus the noise of traffic. It’s a quiet space that’s pet friendly and features a barbeque and fish pond.

Peak Hill Caravan Park, Peak Hill

The friendly town centre of Peak Hill is just an easy walk away from your accommodation. Come home to a lovely natural bush setting. But you’ll also have free wireless hot spots and TV access from all sites. It’s also a pet friendly site.

Apex Riverside Tourist Park, Forbes

This scenic park is known for its stunning views of the Lachlan River. Relax in a quiet and peaceful surrounding with riverside access. It’s a great spot if you love fishing or going for a swim without a hassle. It’s also just a short drive from the historic town of Forbes.

BRIANNA PIAZZA

Brianna Piazza

Brianna Piazza is an Australian television reporter and part-time travel blogger. Originally from Melbourne, she's currently living in Cairns where she works for WIN News and spends her weekends exploring the outdoors Far North Queensland.

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