Cramming the car full of camping gear and hitting the road to chase the blissful dream of a week or two of summer relaxation: Caravan park holidays rarely turn out to be as idyllic as desired, but could owning one be the sea-change investment you've been dreaming of?
Grimy shared bathrooms, crammed tent sites and dingy cabins. We all have memories of a summer holiday spent in a caravan park, and it turns out investors can relive them time and time again with one of these purchases plucked from the many caravan parks listed for sale right now.
With 60 powered sites, 17 cabins and a pool, could this site in regional NSW be the focus of your tree change?
Price: $1.6 million
Brrrrr, it's cold in here! Nestled near the Victorian ski resort of Mt Buller, Jamieson Caravan Park might not offer the warmest escape from the city's hustle and bustle – but the autumnal leaves guarantee you'll enjoy the view.
Bicheno is one of Tasmania's most popular holiday and fishing destinations, and this caravan park is situated right in the middle of it. If you can make it across from the mainland, you'll be looking at 14 per cent returns, according to listing agency Tower Business & Robinsons Real Estate.