Kahlers Oasis Caravan Park

Warwick, Southern Downs Area

Indicative Rate * AU$31 to AU$187

Kahler's Oasis Caravan Park is situated on the south side of Warwick on the New England Highway (Wallace Street). They offer a variety of accommodation from Budget Cabins to Two Bedroom Holiday Units. Drive through Powered Sites and Camp Sites are also available for caravans, campers and motorhomes.

They are only a short drive to Morgan Park, Rose City Shopping Centre and the Warwick Golf Course, and walking distance to the Warwick Showgrounds and licensed restaurant.

Kahler's Oasis is a great place to relax and unwind and has ample room for guests to enjoy the spacious surroundings and country hospitality.

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
98 Wallace Street
Warwick, Southern Downs Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Powered Sites

These spacious powered sites offer power, water, sullage and use of their spotlessly clean amenities, free barbecues and camp kitchen.

Unpowered Sites

These grassy camp sites are spacious with lovely countryside views and access to their spotlessly clean amenities, free barbecues and camp kitchen.

2 Bedroom Holiday Unit

These modern two bedroom Holiday Units offer a queen bed in the main bedroom and two singles in the second bedroom with linen provided. They have a fully self contained kitchen with oven, lounge and dining room with flat screen television, reverse cycle air conditioning and parking alongside the Unit.

Units (2 to 6 berth)

Units with cooking facilities and ensuite bathrooms. One unit has a queen bed and four bunks, one has two double beds. There is a also a unit that has disabled bathroom facilities and a queen bed. All units have reverse cycle air conditioning.

1 Bedroom Ensuite Units

These well appointed units offer a Queen bed in the main bedroom and a single bed in a separate alcove with all linen provided. The self contained kitchen has a full size fridge and freezer, dining table and lounge with flat screen television, reverse cycle air conditioning and a furnished deck with car parking alongside the Unit.

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