Freemans Springs Caravan Park

Helping people transition from homelessness to hope one step at a time 

About the Caravan Park


Our Story

Just 10 mins from Cooranbong and Toronto, Freemans Springs Caravan Park is surrounded by 10 acres of Australian bush land that inhabits a wide variety of Australian wildlife. Our 120 year old park was founded by Paula Haas in 1998 and has since helped 100's of homeless people get back on their feet and transition to a new life. 

Humble and unassuming, the Caravan Park currently has 40 caravan sites that house over 80 residents, but now we need a face-lift. Everyone deserves a decent place to call home, a place to live free from fear and financial hardship. 

In today's world the cost of living is so high that many families are barely making ends meet and are struggling to pay their rent, their bills and maintain a sustainable lifestyle. For many, the struggle becomes overwhelming and they find themselves on the street with no hope. That's where we step in, we offer affordable accommodation for people who are struggling, we offer a place of warmth and comfort for those in need, but there is only so much we can do. We need help to upgrade the Çaravan Park's facilities, to put in additional cabins so we can offer affordable housing to more people in need and to upgrade the park's basic amenities. 

We care about people and we are asking you to care too, to reach out a hand of kindness to those whose lives have taken a turn for the worse, to reach out a hand of hope to people who need our help to make a fresh start in life. 

To donate please follow the donate now link to paypal and enter our email address [email protected]

Community Support 

We have a number of community organisations that help with the transition of our residents. Please refer to our community support page for more details, or contact us if you would like to offer your help.