An unpleasant part of going on a road trip in a caravan is having to regularly empty your waste into a public dump point station.
If you are staying at caravan parks there should be dump point facilities available for you to use, however if your entire trip is on the road, you may need to find a public dump point.
Dump points offer a place for caravanners to dispose of grey and black water, as well as sewage waste. It is the most environmentally friendly method of emptying waste from a caravan.
Make sure you read your caravan’s manual as each model could have different methods for waste removal.
Some public dump points will be housed at monitored sites. Before visiting a dump point, try to call ahead to confirm the opening hours.
To find your nearest dump point visit Caravan and Motorhome Club of Australia Limited, CamperMate or Motorhome Dump Points Australia.
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