Island View Caravan Park

Kinka Beach, Capricorn Coast, Livingstone Area

Indicative Rate * AU$38 to AU$165

Relax and enjoy the friendly family atmosphere of Island View Caravan Park set in five acres of shady park situated on the esplanade at Kinka Beach overlooking Great Keppel Island. The park is situated halfway between Mackay and Bundaberg, approximately 35 minutes from Rockhampton - only 13 kilometres south of Yeppoon and six kilometres north of Emu Park on the Scenic Highway. They are conveniently located to Rosslyn Bay Marina where you can catch a ferry over to Great Keppel Island. Bookings for the island can be made at reception.

The park is handy to tourist attractions, picnic areas, fishing, water sports and only a five minute drive to shopping facilities. They are a pet friendly park, allowing your pets to enjoy holidaying with you on sites or verandahs of some of the accommodation (conditions apply). Their motto is friendliness and cleanliness along with good old fashioned service. They are a Top Tourist Park.

Internet Access

  • Paid Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Child Pool
  • Communal Refrigerator
  • Gas
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking
  • Public Telephone
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Camping
  • 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.
946 Scenic Highway
Via Emu Park
Kinka Beach, Capricorn Coast
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Non ensuited Cabin

Basic Cabin- all linen is supplied. (No ensuite). Close to amenities. Air-conditioning, ceiling fans and portable fans. Main bedroom has a double bed. Set of bunk beds in lounge area. Kitchen facilities including hotplates, microwave, standard fridge and crockery provided. Television and lounge. Small verandah. Pets allowed on verandah only (conditions apply).

Superior Chalets

Seaview Chalets, catering for couples or families of up to six people. They are fully self contained, air conditioned, beautifully furnished two bedroom cabins with sea views from the balconies. The main bedroom has a Queen size bed and private television. The second bedroom has bunks for the family. Different bedding configurations are available with television in some second bedrooms. The bathroom and toilet area are separate from each other for easier use. Well appointed kitchens with ovens (in some) hotplates, microwave, electric fry pans, fridge, all crockery and cutlery, irons and ironing boards. All this helps make your stay enjoyable. The lounge area has a television, DVD and comfortable lounges. All linen and blankets are provided. No pets allowed inside or on veranda's.

Powered Site

Friendliness, cleanliness and old fashioned service is what welcomes you on arrival at Island View. You can choose your site if it is not busy. A lovely atmosphere in a shaded, cared for park with mostly large sites. It is only a 100 metre walk to the beach. You are welcome to bring along your dog as long as it is on a lead at all times, picked up after and does not annoy any other guests. Kinka Beach is a dog friendly beach where you are able to run your dog leash free at certain times of the day. They are a Top Holiday Park.

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