Happy Wanderer Holiday Park

Torquay, Hervey Bay, Fraser Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$30 to AU$269

Award winning, the Happy Wanderer Holiday Park is the ideal location to base your stay while visiting Hervey Bay, with its abundance of natural attractions, including World Heritage Fraser Island and whale watching. Set amongst eight acres of sub tropical gardens, the discerning traveller has a diverse selection of one, two and three bedroom, self catering accommodation to suit their needs and budget, with many convenient facilities including pools, play grounds, barbecue facilities, total WiFi coverage and more.

Situated in the Torquay lakes, with direct access to Shelly beach (400 metres) and the Esplanade, being half way between Boat Harbour Drive and The Esplanade, you have easy access to Hervey Bay without the road noise when you return.

Their fully accredited tour desk also has a great range of activities to choose from - World Heritage listed Fraser Island, whale watching, coral viewing, and fishing, to name a few, and you can store your vehicle and caravan when booking one of their multi day tours. They also have bike, canoe or fishing rods available from their onsite hire shed.

Internet Access

  • Paid Wifi
  • Broadband Internet Access

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Camp Kitchen
  • Car park
  • Child Pool
  • Communal Kitchen
  • Communal Lounge
  • Communal Refrigerator
  • Communal Shower
  • Foreign Currency Exchange
  • Games/Recreation Room
  • Gas
  • Kiosk
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Office Services/Business Services
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Camping
  • Canoeing
  • Swimming

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
105 Truro Street
Torquay, Hervey Bay
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Clean and comfortable without the frills, the cabin has one queen bed only (underlay and pillows provided), clock/radio and fans, a small well equipped kitchen, flat screen television, veranda with outside setting, External ensuite, bring your own bedding and towels or you may hire on site.

This ultra modern cabin, set in the south east corner of the village close to the Torquay lakes is ideal for the large family or two couples travelling together, they have a fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher, air-conditioning, inside and outside dining settings, large flat screen television/DVD in lounge, another flat screen television/DVD in the main bedroom. Spacious balcony. Bedding may be: one queen bed and four singles or two queens beds and two singles, also two ensuites and undercover parking.

2 Bedroom Budget Cabin

Clean and comfortable without the frills, each bedroom has a super single bed and single bunk (underlay and pillows provided), clock/radio and fans in each room. A small well equipped kitchen in the centre of the cabin with flat screen television, veranda with outside setting, external ensuite. Bring your own bedding and towels or you may hire on site.

Refurbished December 2015! Everything you need for the short break, studio units are open plan (motel style),with fully tiled ensuite, Queen bed and single bunks, all linen and towels supplied, complete with kitchen, television, air-conditioning and ceiling fans, inside and outside settings, veranda overlooking gardens, all ground level. Close to pools and playgrounds.

Light, airy and cool with contemporary Queensland decor, set amongst manicured sub tropical gardens, close to barbecue settings and only a short stroll to Shelly Beach, restaurants and shops. These villas are air-conditioned with a fully equipped kitchen, large flat screen television and DVD, one queen and two single beds, balcony and outdoor setting. Quiet location with parking beside the villa.

Set in the south east corner of the village close to the Torquay lakes, the ideal getaway to relax for a few days or extended stay. Fully equipped kitchen, lounge, flat screen television/DVD, air-conditioning, fans in all rooms, separate bedroom with built in robe, full length mirror, queen bed, outdoor setting, balcony and undercover parking.

Set amongst eight areas of sub tropical gardens and manicured lawns, these sites comes with your own lockable private ensuite, containing shower, toilet and vanity. They are of hexagonal design making them one of the most spacious in all of Australia. The site also has a concrete annex pad, television connection, 15 Amp power, water and sullage point.

Grassy level caravan and campervan sites set amongst lines of palms and shady flame trees all come with concrete annex pad, 15 Amp power, water and sullage point, close to ultra modern clean amenities block, family and disabled bathrooms.

Lockable private ensuite, containing shower, toilet, vanity, hair dryer and washing machine. Also comes with your own private barbecue setting, clothes line, a 10 metre concrete annex pad on a large 150 square metre site, television connection, two 15 Amp power, water and sullage point. Set amongst a sub tropical gardens in the southern part of the village adjacent to the Torquay lakes.

The ideal for tents and camper trailers, all sites are grassed, level sandy soil base, so they drain well and are easy to pitch on. Sub tropical garden beds divide each site for added privacy and come with water and a sullage point nearby, your choice of with or without power. Close to barbecues, camper's kitchen and amenities, family and disabled bathroom.

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