BIG4 Atherton Woodlands Tourist Park

Atherton, Tablelands Area

Indicative Rate * AU$135 to AU$190

Eco Certified for Nature Based Tourism and backing onto state forest, their Park is set amongst six acres of award winning gardens also boasting a large variety of birdlife, their Park is a birdwatchers haven. Situated one and a half kilometres from the Atherton Post Office they are within easy driving distance of all the famous Tableland tourist attractions. The Park is also located within close proximity to the Atherton Forest Mountain Bike Park.

Featuring a salt water pool, furnished Balinese Cabana and playground complete with a Mountain Bike service bay and wash area, BIG4 Atherton Woodlands Tourist Park offers a variety of accommodation to suit all requirements, accommodating two to six people. You might like to try one of their eco certified, solar powered cabins. All accommodation styles have balconies overlooking the gardens and/or swimming pool.

BIG4 Atherton Woodlands Tourist Park is also pleased to offer free wireless internet access to guests travelling with their own laptop and an internet kiosk is also available. All guests receive discount vouchers for local shops and attractions.

Come and make this peaceful and relaxing Park your home while you explore all that this wonderful region has to offer.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Camp Kitchen
  • Car park
  • Child Pool
  • Gas
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Office Services/Business Services
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking
  • Public Telephone
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor

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.
141 Herberton Road
Atherton, Tablelands Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Powered Sites

Backing onto state forest many of their sites are tucked away so that guests can enjoy a quiet, relaxing holiday experience. Set amongst six acres of award winning gardens their Park is a bird watchers haven with a Park Bird List available from Reception. Guests may enjoy a visit from a small family of bush wallabies who call the Park home and during the wet season you will find a platypus in the creek.

Powered and unpowered sites are available, some with their own picnic tables - all suitable for motorhomes, campervans, tents and caravans.

The Park has well equipped amenities and laundry facilities and a large camp kitchen with plenty of undercover seating and a television.

Free wi-fi is available throughout the Park.

Eco Cabin

Looking for an eco experience then try one of their eco-certified Eco Cabins. Open plan with a queen bed and a single bed, fully self contained, with a breakfast bar and Foxtel, these cabins are unique in that they are solar powered with the solar providing energy for hot water, LED lighting and heat extraction - reducing the need for air-conditioning. The solar is completely stand-alone and feeds a large battery system.
Come and try one for yourself!

For each stay in one of their Eco Cabins they make a donation to the Cairns Turtle Rehabilitation Centre.

Eco Family Villa

Their Eco Family Villa is the newest 2 bedroom villa in their eco cabin range. The Eco Family Villa has been built from sustainable materials (the deck is made from recycled plastic bottles) with solar panels for water heating, LED lighting and heat extractors, keeping the cabin beautiful and cool during summer.

The Eco Family Villa sleeps up to 4 guests with a queen bed in the main bedroom and 2 single beds in the second room. Fully self-contained, it has a fully equipped kitchen and all the facilities, including Foxtel and a spacious balcony overlooking the Park, to ensure your stay is a relaxing one.

For each stay in their Eco Family Villa they make a donation to the Cairns Turtle Rehabilitation Centre.

The Lodge

Their eco-certified solar powered Lodge is the largest in their eco cabin range, offering 3 bedroom accommodation, which is perfect for the larger family or couples travelling together. The Lodge sleeps up to 6 guests with a queen bed, a double bed & 2 single beds. Fully self-contained, it has a fully equipped kitchen (with an oven) and all the facilities, including Foxtel, to ensure your stay is a relaxing one. The Lodge is wheelchair enabled, for those guests requiring ease of mobility access and space and a specially designed bathroom.

For each stay in The Lodge we make a donation to the Cairns Turtle Rehabilitation Centre.

Ensuite Villa

The Ensuite Villas are the perfect place to sit and watch the visiting birdlife. Reverse cycle air conditioned and modern in design, they are fully self contained with all cooking facilities including benchtop cooktop and microwave, ensuite bathroom including hair dryer and iron. Foxtel is available. These Villas have a separate bedroom with a double bed. Bunks are situated in the lounge/living area which curtain off. All linen is provided on all beds.

Ensuite Cottage

Sleeping up to two people, the Ensuite Cottage is available in either an open plan style or with a separate bedroom. Representing a piece of Far North Queensland's history, the Ensuite Cottages have been lovingly restored with queen beds, reverse cycle air conditioning, cooking facilities, ensuite bathroom including hair dryer and iron. Foxtel is available. All linen is provided. All Cottages have undercover parking and balconies which overlook the pool.

Ensuite Family Villa

The Ensuite Family Villas are perfect for a family or for a couple looking for larger living space whilst travelling. Situated close to the pool and playground these Villas are modern in design with reverse cycle air conditioning and are fully self-contained with all cooking facilities including bench top cook top and microwave, ensuite bathroom including hair dryer and iron. Foxtel is available as is a DVD player. The main bedroom has a queen bed and the second bedroom has one set of bunks. All linen is provided on all beds. These Villas also have a sofa bed available so that the villa may sleep up to six on request.

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