Julia Creek Caravan Park

Julia Creek, McKinlay Area

Indicative Rate * AU$20 to AU$125

The Julia Creek Caravan Park is one of those friendly parks you'll find yourself recommending to others. As soon as you drive in, you'll feel right at home. "No strangers here, just friends you haven't met." In 2017, the Park underwent an expansion to incorporate new drive through sites, a new amenities block and artesian bath tubs.

They offer powered drive through sites for motor homes and caravans, powered van sites, unpowered grass sites and a large grass area for camping. New self-contained cabins that are air-conditioned and equipped with a kitchen and dining area, bathroom, Vast television, lounge seating and a little deck to enjoy the afternoon sunset. These cabins sleep four or six persons. They have dongas for single or duo travellers, each with air-conditioners, free Wi-Fi.

Coming in 2017! Artesian spa baths.

Julia Creek Caravan Park Bush Dinners every Monday night from April until September. A delicious two course meal under a blanket of stars.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Camp Kitchen
  • Car park
  • Communal Kitchen
  • Communal Refrigerator
  • Communal Shower
  • Laundry
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Camping
1 Old Normanton Road
Julia Creek, McKinlay Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Self Contained Units

New self-contained units - air conditioned, kitchen, dining table, bathroom, Vast television, lounge seating, front deck, sleep four and six persons with queen bed

Large grassed camping area, two amenities blocks, two washing machines, camp kitchen - communal barbecue, television, fridge and washing up facilities and waste dump point available for travellers.

Powered Site

Large grassed camping area, two amenities blocks, two washing machines, camp kitchen - communal barbecue, television, fridge and washing up facilities and waste dump point available for travellers.

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