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Camping in Queensland (QLD)


Queensland offers a range of camping opportunities, from remote camp sites for bushwalkers to camping areas with amenities and sites for campervan travellers.

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BIG4 Rowes Bay Beachfront Holiday Park
This holiday park truly has the premier location in Townsville, offering a beautiful beachfront outlook with picturesque views of Magnetic Island. Only a short distance from the popular Strand or the city centre, the park offers all your accommodation needs in spectacular Tropical North Queensland. When you travel with our Britz campervans, there are fully serviced, powered sites and large multi-use unpowered grassy sites. All the sites are set in cool tropical surrounds and are conveniently located to one of 3 amenities blocks and camp kitchen.
Camper tip: During school holidays the park offers fun activities for the whole family. Show your BIG4 membership when booking to redeem your Britz discount. 

BIG4 Adventure Whitsunday Resort, Airlie Beach
This multi-award winning premium park is a tropical oasis located in beautiful Airlie Beach and in the heart of the world-famous Whitsundays region. The park comes with a wide range of first-class accommodation and top-quality facilities. We should also mention that the park's heated pool is the biggest in Airlie Beach and the kids can enjoy the newly opened massive 13 slide waterpark.
Camper tip: Enjoy individually landscaped gardens that surround each site. And don't miss out on the fun activities for 'kids' of all ages.

Top Park Charters Towers
Top Park Charters Towers is a quiet, clean and shady park, making this the ideal gateway to exploring the beautiful historic town and Queensland's north and west. It is situated off the main highway so you won't be hearing traffic noise and you will get your rest before you discover the surrounds. With a selection of comfortable ensuite cabins, powered ensuite sites, and unpowered sites perfect for campers, the park offers a range of accommodation options to make sure you can enjoy the best the outdoors has to offer.
Camper tip: In high season there is a bush poet performing 3 nights a week. 

BIG4 Atherton Woodlands Tourist Park, Atherton
A peaceful eco-certified park that is planted in the magnificent surrounds of lush rainforest and the Atherton Tablelands region. This makes it the perfect spot to explore the nearby stunning natural wonders and tourist attractions. The Park is also a birdwatchers haven, so ask reception for their park bird list and see how many different species you can spot.
Camper tip: Ask for a secluded site to truly appreciate the tranquil atmosphere. For bushwalkers, the park has its own walking track to the summits of Yabi and Baldy mountains, which offer spectacular views of the Tablelands. 

Caloundra Waterfront Holiday Park, Caloundra
A first-class park that has undergone a recent multimillion-dollar upgrade, spotted within the famous Sunshine Coast region. It offers eco-caravan sites and modern two and three-bedroom cabins, all just minutes away from the beach, shops and restaurants.
Camper tip: During School Holidays the Park offers a wide range of daily activities for children, such as Wildlife experience shows, kite making, magician's, outdoor movies and so on. Additionally, sites are scattered within various locations around the park, so inquire about a position that most appeals to you.

NRMA Treasure Island Holiday Park, Biggera Waters (Gold Coast)
A relaxing park with an enormous range of exceptional facilities and a wonderful location just 10 minutes north of Surfers Paradise. Do you love theme parks? Then this Holiday Park is your best bet as it's centrally located between all four major theme parks - Dreamworld, Movieworld, Wet n Wild and Seaworld.
Camper tip: Hire a buggy for your kids - it's great fun! The park also has dedicated sites for Britz/Maui campervans.  

BIG4 Port Douglas Glengarry Holiday Park, Port Douglas
A picturesque park found near the meeting point of two World Heritage sites in the world-renowned Tropical North Queensland region. Historic bushwalking trails are close by on which you can observe abundant bird life. If you are lucky you might even spot a crocodile at the nearby river Mowbray.
Camper tip: Enquire about a discount for guests who have hired a Britz motorhome.

Fisherman's Beach Holiday Park, Emu Park
Fisherman's Beach Holiday Park (formerly Bell Park Caravan Park) is a hidden gem, located right on the beach in the picturesque village of Emu Park. Only a short stroll from cafes, supermarket, heated public pool, playground and more, the holiday park offer all your caravan, camping and accommodation needs on the doorstep of the Keppel Bay Islands and Capricorn Coast. This makes it your top choice when visiting Yeppoon, Rockhampton or on your way to Great Keppel Island.
Camper tip: A great dog friendly, family park that is really BIG on customer service.  Be sure to quote your Top Parks membership when booking.

Southside Holiday Village, Rockhampton
This holiday park is set amidst 10 acres of landscaped grounds lush with palms, tropical gardens and surrounded by lagoons. It's located in the Beef Capital of Australia and is the perfect stopover destination for travels between North & South.
Camper tip: Make sure you enjoy the beautiful nature there. Kids are also allowed to feed the friendly ducks throughout the village.

Alex Beach Cabins and Tourist Park, Alexandra Headland
Alex Beach Cabins and Tourist Park is centrally located midway along the coastal strip of the Sunshine Coast in Queensland Australia, making it ideal as a base from which to explore and experience the natural beauty and local attractions of this area and its hinterland villages and landscape. The Park has 75 modern fully self-contained villas and cabins to suit all budgets and powered sites for caravans, motorhomes, and camper-trailers. It is 5 minutes’ walk from the beach and within easy walking distance of restaurants, shops, cafes, bars, and clubs. 
Camper tip: Walk to the famous Mooloolaba – Maroochydore surf strip for fabulous swimming and surfing. Don't miss out on using the camp's free Pizza Oven.

Cooktown Holiday Park 
Cooktown Holiday Park is set amongst 8 acres of tropical award winning gardens and beautiful surroundings. It offers comfortable fully self-contained 1 and 2 bedroom cabins, motel style units, budget cabins, and roomy caravan and camping sites. It is a great base to explore Cooktown's local attractions, which are just a short stroll away - Must do's include the James Cook Museum and the 360 degree views from Grassy Hill.
Camper tip: The Archer Point, Black Mountain, and numerous waterfalls are all within easy reach from Cooktown Holiday Park.


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