Adjoining an attractive lake the Donald lakeside Caravan Park offers attractive surroundings, excellent service and a park that makes you feel welcome the moment you drive in. Maurie and Nancy take a lot of pride in their park and maintenance is always done on a regular basis. With 17 Cabins (10 En-Suited) & 42 Powered Sites Donald Lakeside Caravan Park is well equipped to cater for all requirements. All cabins include reverse cycle air conditioning, microwave, oven 7 griller, fridge, TV and a fully equipped laundry in on-site if you need to do some washing. The new BBQ area is a great meeting place for those who enjoy a chat in outdoor comfort and the children's playground keeps the kids occupied while you are cooking the snags and partaking in a cold one. A real older-style caravan park
Australian offroad car racing (annual)
Donald Tennis Tournament. (annual)
Bridge Tournament (annual)
Donald horse Show (annual)
Duck Season (annual)
Donald's commercial centre is situated along Woods Street which forms part of the main highway through the town. It is lined with a number of historical buildings, some of which date back to the 1860s. At the northern end of Woods Street is the historic police station and old camp cells. A number of buildings in Donald feature murals painted on their walls by local and national artists.
The Richardson River snakes its way around the centre of Donald, lined with walking tracks and parkland. The course of the river forms Scilleys Island which is small reserve with picnic facilities, accessible only by a couple of footbridges. Fronting the river in Byrne Street is Bullocks Head which consists of a viewing platform overlooking a tree growth that resembles the head of a bullock.
An agricultural museum is located in Hammill Street, adjacent to the showgrounds and sporting complex, and it features displays of machinery from early farming days.