Pyramid Holiday Park

Indicative Rate * AU$31 to AU$235

Situated minutes from the surfing beaches for which the Gold Coast is famous, and close to the Tweed River, Pyramid Holiday Park is ideally located for you to enjoy everything the Gold and Tweed Coasts have to offer.

You can choose your kind of accommodation - from a grassed campsite to a luxury cabin with en suite.

Swim or fish, enjoy a game of golf or tennis, get back to nature and visit the World Heritage national parks of the region, visit Gold Coast theme parks, dine al fresco at street side cafes, or shop till you drop.

Whatever your leisure interests, you will find your holiday at Pyramid Holiday Park will be a great one for the entire family.

Located five minutes from the Gold Coast Airport and 30 minutes to all major theme parks.

Internet Access

  • Paid Wifi
  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Camp Kitchen
  • Car park
  • Communal Kitchen
  • Communal Refrigerator
  • Games/Recreation Room
  • Gas
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking
  • Public Telephone
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Swimming

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

Our Rooms

Budget Cabin

The budget cabins are one room, containing a double bed, two single bunk beds, a divan that converts to a double, and fully equipped kitchen/dining area. They are air conditioned and have a television. Each cabin has a private external bathroom adjacent to the cabin and an outdoor setting on the patio.

They accommodate up to six people.

Sorry, dogs are not permitted in the Cabins.

Budget Family Cabin

The budget family cabins are two rooms, have a double bed at one end and two single bunk beds at the other end. In the centre is a fully equipped kitchen/dining area. They are air conditioning and have a television. In the extra room, there is a divan that converts to a double bed, a dining table and chairs. Each cabin has a private external en suite adjacent to the cabin and an outdoor setting.

They accommodate up to six people.

Sorry, dogs are not permitted in the Cabins.

Deluxe Villas

The modern deluxe villas have two bedrooms, spacious living/dining area, fully equipped kitchen and bathroom facilities, and a wide veranda.

Villas accommodate up to seven or eight people depending on the villa, with a queen size bed in the first bedroom, double bed and bunk or trundle bed in the second bedroom, and a sofa bed in the lounge room. Extra features include remote control television with DVD player; reverse cycle air conditioning, ceiling fans, and hair dryer.

Sorry, dogs are not permitted in the Villas.

Powered Caravan Site

Spacious Powered sites are for people traveling with their own caravan, campervan etc. They have a concrete slab, grassed area, water and electricity.

Spotlessly clean communal amenities. Free use of barbecues, camp kitchen, access to swimming pool, and communal laundry (coin operated).

Sorry, dogs are not permitted in the Powered Caravan Site area.

More facilities and services are available.

Powered tent sites (with water and electricity) and unpowered tent sites are available for guests travelling with their own tents. Tents are not provided.

Shady, grassy and pleasant surroundings close the park amenities. Free use of camp kitchen, communal amenities and barbecues, access to swimming pool, communal laundry (coin operated).

Sorry, dogs are not permitted in the Camping Site area.

More facilities and services are available.

Powered site with private en-suite for people traveling with their own caravan, campervan etc. They also have a concrete slab, grass area, water and electricity.

Dogs are permitted on designated powered en suite sites.

Spotlessly clean communal amenities. Free use of barbecues, camp kitchen, access to swimming pool, and communal laundry (coin operated).

More facilities and services are available.

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Hook Island, Whitsunday Area
No visit to the Whitsundays is complete without seeing a few islands and Hook Island offers spectacular natural surroundings and excellent snorkelling and diving sites. The second largest island in the Cumberland group, it is 58 square kilometres in size and includes sheltered, picturesque bays, deep fjord-like inlets, ideal sailing and kayaking conditions, multiple moorings and safe anchorages, pristine fringing reefs, secluded beach campsites and the opportunity to see abundant wildlife including sea eagles, kites and ospreys, turtles, reef fish, dolphins, manta rays and humpback whales frolicking in Whitsunday Passage (between June to September).

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Hook Island, Whitsunday Area
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