It’s fairly well known that finding campervan parking in Australia can be a bit tricky. ‘Vanpackers‘ face the possibility of fines if they park somewhere they shouldn’t as well as finding it difficult to have a shower or use a bathroom. So if you’re heading to Byron Bay, one of the most popular places to park up and stay a few days (or even weeks or months), you can find legal campervan parking with no possibility of getting a fine at the infamous Arts Factory Lodge. Yes the place where the Inbetweeners stayed in their second movie!

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“Smelly Hippies”

At the Arts Factory Lodge there are 40 campervan parking spots available. Parking up at the Hostel also means you have access to all the hostels facilities which include a swimming pool, volleyball court, kitchen, bathrooms, showers and a cafe serving snacks, cakes, soft drinks, fresh juices, milkshakes, coffees and full breakfasts as well as being able to take part in all the fantastic workshops or activities available there.

Want to learn some drumming?

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Drumming Workshop at The Arts Factory Lodge

Make your own didgeridoo and learn to play it?

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Make your own Didjeridoo

Learn reiki or just get a massage?

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Reiki with Denise

Do some yoga in the morning?

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Yoga at The Arts Factory Lodge

Go on a bushtucker walk to learn about the Aussie bush from a fair dinkum Aussie bushman?

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Bushtucker Walk

You can do all that and much more at the Arts Factory Lodge!

Other advantages of parking your campervan at the Arts Factory Lodge include the proximity of the awesome Byron Bay Brewery and Bar, the Pighouse Flicks cinema and the Buddha Gardens Balinese Day Spa all located within the Arts Factory Village.

Cost for parking van = So what’s the cost of Campervan Parking Byron Bay at The Arts Factory Lodge? It’ll cost you only as much as it costs to camp in a tent. More information on tent camping. Campervans (strictly no sleeping in cars) vary between $16 and $18 pppn throughout most of the year, although over Christmas the price can rise above this.

Facilities you can use: People sleeping in campervans (unpowered car park) or staying in tents are welcome to use all of the onsite facilities which includes kitchen, toilets, showers, swimming pool, common areas with power points to charge anything, wifi etc

For more information on campervan parking email info@artsfactory.com.au – please be aware that parking and camping is on a first come first served basis only.

Arts Factory Lodge, Byron

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4 thoughts on “Campervan Parking Byron Bay

  1. Hi there my son and his young mates are planning to head to Byron for NYE and I am wondering what is the cost of parking at the Arts Factory Lodge.

    Thanks
    Paul

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