Rowes Bay Beachfront Holiday Park

Belgian Gardens, Townsville Area

Indicative Rate * AU$30 to AU$220

Rowes Bay Beachfront Holiday Park truly has the premier location in Townsville, offering a spectacular beachfront outlook with stunning views of Magnetic Island. Only a short distance from the popular Strand or the city centre, they offer all your caravan, camping and accommodation needs in beautiful Tropical North Queensland. They are Townsville's top tourist park, a family park with all the mod cons and they are really big on customer service.

The accommodation features modern Two Bedroom Deluxe Villas and Motel Style Studio Rooms, as well as open plan Villas with ensuites, and Cabins, with or without ensuites. Many are well positioned to take advantage of the beautiful sea views and breeze the location provides.

For recreational vehicles such as caravans, motor homes, campervans, camper trailers as well as tents, 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 three amenities blocks, their swimming pool, playground and camp kitchen. They can even help you with tickets for local tours and attractions!

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Camp Kitchen
  • Car park
  • Child Pool
  • Communal Kitchen
  • Communal Refrigerator
  • Communal Shower
  • Gas
  • Kiosk
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Office Services/Business Services
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pay/Satellite TV
  • Public Telephone
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Camping
  • Cycling
  • Swimming

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.
46 Heatleys Parade
Belgian Gardens, Townsville Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

2 Bedroom Deluxe Villa

These self-contained villas sleep up to seven people and are their premier accommodation. Modern, spacious and well-equipped for a family or two couples. Features include a queen bed in the main bedroom, double bunks and a single bed (or two single beds) in the second bedroom, sofa bed, two-way bathroom, air-conditioning, ceiling fans, two flat-screen televisions, DVD player, Foxtel, kitchen facilities and free Wi-Fi. All linen and towels are included.

Oceanview Villa

These modern and well equipped villas have the prime location within the park to capitalise on the gorgeous ocean outlook and cool sea breeze. An open plan villa sleeping up to four people with private ensuite and balcony. Features include a queen bed, single bed (or double bunk), air-conditioning, ceiling fans, toilet and shower, flat-screen television, DVD player, Foxtel, basic kitchen and free Wi-Fi.

Ensuite Villa

These open plan Melanesian style villas sleep up to five have their own ensuite bathroom and kitchen. Some have views of the ocean from the balcony so you can take advantage of the cool sea breeze. Features include queen bed, triple bunks, shower and toilet, basic kitchen, air conditioning, ceiling fans, flat screen television, DVD player, Foxtel and free Wi-Fi. All linen and towels are included.

Ensuite Studio

Their ensuite studio rooms are perfect for a couple or two single people and are fitted out with a modern contemporary décor. They are ideal for an overnight stay or longer and have their own personal balcony to enjoy the great outdoors. Features include a queen bed, private ensuite, kitchenette, air-conditioning, ceiling-fan, flat-screen television, DVD player, Foxtel and free Wi-Fi. All linen and towels are provided.

Ensuite Cabin

Their self-contained Ensuite Cabins are modern and comfortable with an outdoor undercover area to sit and enjoy the great outdoors and sea breezes. They offer a sectioned off main bed plus bunks in the living area. Features include a double bed, double bunks, private ensuite, air-conditioning, ceiling fan, flat-screen television, DVD player, basic kitchen and free Wi-Fi. All linen and towels are included.

Standard Cabin

These entry-level cabins are clean and comfortable and enjoy a beautiful sea breeze. Sleeping up to five and offering cooking facilities they are an ideal choice for a family on a budget. Features include double bed, double or triple bunk, air-conditioning, ceiling fan, flat-screen television, basic kitchen and free Wi-Fi. Complimentary linen and towels are provided. These cabins do not have a bathroom, guests must use the communal park amenities.

Powered Site

Rowes Bay Beacfront Holiday Park has a range of fully serviced tourist sites for caravans, motor homes, fifth wheelers, camper trailers, campervans and tents set in amongst tropical shady surrounds. Each site is easily defined, neatly landscaped, well drained and close to one of three amenities blocks. Grass sites or sites with concrete slabs are available and free Wi-Fi is available throughout the park.

Unpowered Site

For the camping enthusiast, Rowes Bay Beachfront Holiday park offers large, grassed, multi use areas which are also conveniently located near one of three amenities blocks, camp kitchen and free barbecues. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the camping area. Sites are suitable for small motorhomes, camper trailers and tents.

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