BIG4 Bowen Coral Coast Beachfront Holiday Park

Bowen, Whitsunday Area

Indicative Rate * AU$39 to AU$160

BIG4 Bowen is like a tropical island paradise on the mainland. Stay in absolute waterfront villas and caravan and camping sites overlooking Queens Bay or air-conditioned pool view family cabins.

Enjoy their lush tropical gardens, lagoon pool and water view barbecues. You can even fish right off the break wall in the park! Walk to stunning beaches and they are close to shops, Bowen’s art deco cinema and golf course. Bowen offers a tranquil holiday right at the top of the Whitsundays and gateway to the Great Barrier Reef.

Corner Horseshoe Bay and The Soldiers Roads
Bowen, Whitsunday Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Two Bedroom Family Villa

These two bedroom villas offer room to move, some overlooking the lagoon pool. Main bedroom with queen bed, second bedroom with either queen bed or two single beds and a pull out sofa bed in the lounge room all linen included. Fully equipped kitchen, bathroom, television, air-conditioning in main bedroom as well as lounge/kitchen area, iron and ironing board and private barbecue.

Beachfront Villa

Their Beachfront Villas overlook Queen’s Bay and include queen bed in main bedroom, bathroom with spa bath, two bunk beds and a pull out sofa bed kitchen/lounge area. The kitchen is fully equipped including stove top and some villas with full oven. Facilities include television, air-conditioning, iron and ironing board. All linen provided.

Standard Villa

A two bedroom villa offering room to move. Main bedroom has a queen bed (made up) and set of bunk beds in the second room (linen provided) there is also a pull out sofa bed in the lounge room. It features a spacious living room, bathroom and fully equipped kitchen, as well as with private balcony and personal barbecue.

Beachfront Caravan Site

A medium sized slab site suitable for caravan or motorhome only 4.9 to 8.2 metres (17 to 27 feet) in length that provides a concrete slab suitable for an annex. Site is not suitable for tents. Includes one car space.

Powered Site

A medium sized slab site suitable for a caravan or motorhome 4.9 to 8.2 metres (17 to 27 feet) in length that provides a concrete slab suitable for an annex. Site also includes one car space.

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