BP Seven Knights is conveniently situated 800 metres south of Tenterfield post office on 3 acres of attractive parkland.
The park has ensuite cabins, cabins and powered sites and includes a guest laundry. All powered sites are drive-through. Amenities block contains clean male/female showers and toilets and a separate guest laundry with 2 washing machines(coin-in-slot), 2 dryers(coin-in-slot), an ironing board and 3 washing lines.
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The reception is open 24hrs,and the shop has party ice, newspapers, BBQ gas, fuel, groceries, fast food and café / restaurant. (Fax service available during business hours) Credit cards, Eftpos and ATM available. The site is a bus stop for major carriers, and is close to National Parks and local places of historical interest.
New England Sheep Dog Trials - Late January
German Beerfest - Mid March
Agricultural Show - Late January
Autumn Colour - Mid April
Oracles of the Bush - Mid April
Rotary Tug-of-War Championships - Mid May
Jack Frost Time - Late July
Rodeo & Campdraft - October
Spring Wine Festival- Early October
BP Seven Knights is an easy walk from many of the towns attractions, Railway Museum, Centenary Cottages, Tenterfield Saddler and Historic Stannum House. The caravan park is also just a short drive from Bonoo Bonoo Falls, Bald Rock ( 2nd in size to Ayers Rock), Thunderbolt's Hide out , Tenterfield wineries and Tenterfield Golf Course.
Tenterfield is considered to be the "Birth place of the Nation" after Sir Henry Parkes gave his Federation Speech here in The School of Arts building in 1889.
Tenterfield is at the centre of an area rich in history, magnificent National Parks and State Forests and offers the tourist many interesting experiences:
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We particularly went to this park because of the advertised wheelchair access. On arriving we found the only access was to a toilet in an adjoining service station and certainly not the caravan park. This is very misleading and we were very disappointed - the existing facilities, while clean, certainly were inadequate and our daughter was not able to use them. Having a handicapped toilet in a service station that is closed overnight is not handicapped facilities and should not be advertised as such. Park was basic and priced accordingly. Communications were poor - contact through TURU not answered. A phone call was made to book a site as well as advise we required the disabled facilities. We were told that if it was advertised it would have the facilities on site - assume we were talking to someone who had no idea. Won't be back.