BIG4 Forest Glen Holiday Park

Forest Glen, Sunshine Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$49 to AU$329

BIG4 Forest Glen Holiday Resort is kid heaven! This Sunshine Coast resort style holiday park has a 20 metre long bouncing cushion, heated pool and waterslide, 40 seat indoor cinema and a large outdoor movie screen, mini golf, two tennis courts and a shade covered playground area. Seasonal activities include Kids Club, pancake breakfasts, sausage sizzles and bingo.

Featuring a range of self contained cabins, powered tent sites, drive through caravan sites and ensuited sites for tents and small caravans. BIG4 Forest Glen Holiday Park is the perfect family getaway. BIG4 members have additional local discounts at Australia Zoo, Underwater World, The Bellingham Maze, Aussie World, Patchwork Angel, The Sunshine Coast Bli Bli Castle and Prestige Caravan Repairs.

BIG4 Forest Glen Holiday Resort is a very family friendly park, they have plenty of room for the children to ride their bikes and non motorised scooters as long as they wear their helmets. In the Queensland school holidays there are plenty of activities happening to keep the children amused, so Mum and Dad can sit back and relax.

71 Owen Creek Road
Forest Glen, Sunshine Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Forest and Garden Suites

Luxury fully self contained cabins, a home away from home without the cleaning up. Full bathroom and kitchen, television in main bedroom and living room and plenty of space for the family to stretch out. All cabins have private balconies, air conditioning and linen provided. Forest Suites have a washing machine and dryer and a portable grill. Garden Suites have a barbecue on the balcony, but there is no washing machine or dryer in the Garden Suites. Both Suites have DVD players.

Large Standard Villa

Cabins for the couple or small family (up to five). All have air conditioning, kitchenette and ensuite bathroom. All you need to sleep, shower and cook some breakfast. All Villas overlook pool. Linen is provided, plus there is a DVD player and a flat screen television in all the Large Standard Villas.

Standard Villa

Cabins for the couple or small family (up to four). All have air conditioning, kitchenette and ensuite bathroom. All you need to sleep, bathe and cook some breakfast. All Standard Villas located close to the facilities in the Park. Flat screen television and DVD in all standard villas. All linen is provided.

Ensuite Tent/Caravan Site

There are eight ensuite sites suitable for tents or flip over camper trailers and small caravans.

BIG4 Forest Glen Holiday Resort is kid heaven! This Sunshine Coast resort style holiday park has a 20 metre long bouncing cushion, heated pool and waterslide, 40 seat indoor cinema and a large outdoor movie screen, mini golf, two tennis courts and a shade covered playground area. Seasonal activities include Kids Club, pancake breakfasts, sausage sizzles and bingo.

Powered tent sites suitable for tents and flip over camper trailers.
Drive through powered caravan sites suitable for towed caravans up to 23 feet inclusive of draw bar as well as motorhomes.

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