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BIG4 Treasure Island Holiday Park

Biggera Waters, Gold Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$47 to AU$471

Located on the sunny Gold Coast, their family friendly holiday park is the ultimate vacation destination offering a fantastic range of accommodation, activities and facilities. Treasure Island is surrounded by sun-drenched beaches and lush hinterland. The Gold Coast is home to all the major theme parks, has a perfect year-round climate and a great relaxed lifestyle.

The large range of accommodation at Treasure Island Holiday Park is beautifully surrounded by tropical gardens and you can choose from luxury three bedroom townhouses, spacious two bedroom cabins by the pool or stylish studio units with spas. Treasure Island Holiday Park is also perfect for caravans, RVs and camping.

At Treasure Island they offer a fantastic range of facilities and activities: You can relax by one of three pools, the kids can participate in the many Kids Club activities, have fun playing new Shipwreck Shores waterpark, pirate themed mini golf, tennis or bouncing on the giant jumping pillow. Galleons Bistro offers sensational al fresco dining where you can enjoy a tropical breakfast, lazy lunch, scrumptious evening meal or even a quick afternoon snack.

Stay at the NRMA owned Treasure Island Holiday Park and you will soon discover why it has won awards.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • Bar
  • BBQ Facilities
  • Camp Kitchen
  • Car park
  • Child Pool
  • Communal Kitchen
  • Communal Shower
  • Games/Recreation Room
  • Gas
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Public Telephone
  • Restaurant - Licensed
  • Sauna
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Camping
  • Swimming

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
117 Brisbane Road
Biggera Waters, Gold Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Superior Deluxe Villa

Sit back and relax on the timber deck of the spacious 2 bedroom, open plan Superior Deluxe Villa.

It offers a great option for families accommodating up to 7 persons with a well equipped kitchen, modern bathroom and undercover parking.

Family Cottage

The Family Cottages are a popular choice for families with 2 bedrooms, modern bathroom and a full kitchen.

With its stylish interior and huge lounge it's a great place to relax after a day out seeing the Gold Coast's sights!

Poolside Villa

Bordering the main resort pool, the 2 bedroom self contained Poolside Villas are a great option for families offering easy access to the pool area, open plan living and a patio that overlooks a large grassed area and gardens.

Junior Garden Villa

Centrally located within the park, the 2 bedroom villas are set amongst landscaped gardens and feature an open living/dining area, handy kitchen facilities, bathroom and patio.

Garden Villa

Set amongst pleasant landscaped gardens, the 1 bedroom Garden Villas offer a functional living area as well as cooking facilities, bathroom and a patio.

Townhouse Villas

Two storey villas with three bedrooms, large lounge area, well equipped kitchen, air-conditioned, dishwasher, all linen, garage for one vehicle. Ideal for couples travelling together or large family groups.

Pandanus Villas

Enjoy a relaxing stay in one of the brand new Pandanus Villas. Ideal for families and couples, these contemporary two bedroom villas are surrounded by tropical landscapes. The villas have ensuites for each room, modern open plan kitchen and lounge room, internal laundry and a large balcony with a built-in barbecue.

Superior Garden Villas

Set amongst landscaped gardens the Superior Garden Villas are ideal for those wanting a hassle free stay with two bedrooms, kitchen facilities, open planned living area with lounge and patio.

Deluxe Studio Units

The elegantly appointed Deluxe Studio Units are large and open planned with kitchenette facilities, modern bathroom and lounge area opening up to a covered patio.

Studio Cabins

The Studio Cabins have an ideal location adjacent to the tennis court and mini golf course. The Cabins are open planned with bathroom and cooking facilities.

Premium Powered Sites

The Premium Powered Sites are immaculate, level and grassed. They have a double concrete slab, some have drive strips allowing for easy access onto the site as well as being nestled amongst tropical palms and landscaped gardens for a little more privacy.

Powered Sites

Bring the van or pitch a tent on one of the Powered Sites scattered amongst the tropical landscaped gardens and palms. The grassed sites are centrally located with just a short stroll to the well equipped camp kitchen, barbecue facilities and park amenities.

Lagoon Deluxe Villas

Nestled around the sparkling lagoon pool and landscaped gardens are the bright and modern Lagoon Deluxe Villas. The spacious two bedroom villas offer a fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher, modern bathroom and are only a hop, step and a jump to the pool. Queen size bed in main bedroom, four single bunks in second bedroom.

Deluxe Villas

The Deluxe Villas feature a large lounge area, open plan kitchen and dining, modern bathroom and are surrounded by a backdrop of shady trees and landscaped gardens. Two separate bedrooms - the main bedroom has a queen size bed. The second bedroom has four single bunk beds.

Spa Studio Unit

Soak in the spa bath of the beautifully appointed open plan Spa Studio Units. They are modern and spacious with a queen bed, sofa lounge, convenient kitchenette facilities and an outdoor deck for you to enjoy your stay!

Ensuite Site

Add a little bit of luxury to your stay at Treasure Island with an Ensuite Site. These brand new sites feature a private vanity, shower and toilet positioned at the back of the site. Each site also features a generous concrete slab for your annexe, driveway and large grassed area.

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