There are seven Gold Coast Tourist Parks located near some of the best beaches and parks in Australia, each offering a unique holiday experience. The accommodation options include caravan and camping sites, luxury villas and group lodgings. The tourist parks are the perfect base to explore the great Gold Coast parks, beaches and many other attractions.
Jacobs Well Tourist Park - Right on the waterfront, this tourist park is an excellent base for the boating and fishing enthusiast. Get back to nature in this serene setting.
Broadwater Tourist Park - boasts one of the best locations on the Gold Coast. Right on the water's edge, with sensational views across the water to the high-rises of Surfers Paradise. Wonderful green waterside parks await to the north and the south.
Main Beach Tourist Park - Main Beach Tourist Park is just two minutes drive from Surfers Paradise and across the road from a beautiful surfing beach. There are a host of options for entertainment and relaxation, including a resort-style pool.
Ocean Beach Tourist Park - Nestled into the cliff face of the Miami Bushland Reserve, this intimate tourist park is just across the road from the patrolled waters of Miami surf beach. The perfect base for all Gold Coast activities.
Burleigh Beach Tourist Park - The amazing stretch of Burleigh foreshore parks is at your doorstep. Located across the road from famous Burleigh Beach, this tourist park is close to shops restaurants and cafes. Small and intimate this is the ideal base for the whole family.
Tallebudgera Creek Tourist Park - Situated on the waterfront of Tallebudgera Creek and in walking distance of a patrolled surf beach, this tourist park is perfect for a water-based holiday. Beautiful, peaceful and fun.
Kirra Beach Tourist Park - Close to the Queensland/New South Wales border, and within walking distance of the world famous Kirra Beach. A large, open tourist park, this is perfect for big groups and big rigs.Visit the Tourist Parks website to find out more information or to book.
South Stradbroke Island - A unique coastal environment that boasts a sweeping surf beach, sheltered waterways and native habitat, all in proximity to one of Australia’s most vibrant cities. A 20-minute boat ride across the Broadwater, South Stradbroke Island is a popular spot for outdoor recreational activities including fishing, camping and surfing. In particular, the area known as Tipplers Passage is frequented by boaties and locals seeking an island escape only 200 metres across the Seaway from The Spit.
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