Galaxy Caravan Park

Tanah Merah, Logan City Area

Indicative Rate * AU$26.00 to AU$260.00

They’re a quaint holidaying destination located in Tanah Merah, Queensland. Nestled comfortably between Brisbane City and the Gold Coast, their caravan park boasts outstanding friendliness, a relaxed atmosphere and exceptional cleanliness.

This is the perfect place to base yourself as you explore all that south-east Queensland has to offer. The Turner family has owned the caravan park since 1974 and they’re proud to say that they’re still owned and operating in the same way – three generations along! With the assistance of a small and very capable team, the park is able to exist in the homely way that it is and they look forward to welcoming you on your future stay with them.

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Camp Kitchen
  • Gas
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor

Activities

  • Camping

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.
3813 Pacific Highway
Tanah Merah, Logan City Area
Queensland
Australia

Our rooms

Tourist Cabin

All you need to do is bring yourself and your luggage if you’re staying in one of their fully self-contained cabins. The cabins contain a kitchenette (microwave, stove, fridge, kettle, as well as cooking utensils, pots and pans). All your appliances and linen (including blankets) are provided as well as further appliances available at the office upon request (hair dryers and more).

Caravan Site

Those travelling in their own caravans have an array of different sites available to them. To cater to specific needs, they have sites to accommodate the smallest and largest of vans and buses. There are grass and concrete slab sites available depending on the size of the van. They also have two drive-thru sites, but get in quick as these are a favourite of new caravanners due to their ease and accessibility! If you need a hand backing on to your site, their helpful and experienced workers are more than happy to help guide you on! Just let them know at the time of booking.

Tent Site

Their unpowered tent sites suit fully self-sufficient travellers. Enjoy the luscious green grass as you kick it old school in your own tented accommodation. Their tent sites accommodate small one man tents up to large full sized multi-room family tents and everything in between. Tent sites are ideal spots for those travelling in small camper vans and cars.

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