Bush Oasis Caravan Park

Nome, Townsville Area

Indicative Rate * AU$24.00 to AU$164.00

Bush Oasis Caravan Park - Your sanctuary to restore your inner balance. Catering to the mature audience and international tourists. Situated within close proximity to Townsville beachfront and restaurants (10 to 15 minute drive). Enjoy the sanctuary of their "Adults Only Pool" complete with waterfalls. They have large sites, clean facilities and regular social nights (May to September) in their camp kitchen which has barbecue facilities, television, large fridge and cutlery.

Situated just off the Bruce Highway with turning lanes they are easily accessible for the largest vehicle. Within walking distance to Billabong Sanctuary and the Tourist Information Centre situated directly across the road. Fairfield Waters shopping center is only a seven minute drive to collect your essentials.

It's only a short drive to Alligator Creek National Park where you may swim in one of the waterholes, walk the numerous tracks or become the photographer with many landscape and animal life shots at your fingertips.

Arrive as a guest and depart as friends as Martin and Fiona welcome you to enjoy their park, making many new acquaintances during your stay.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Camp Kitchen
  • Car park
  • Communal Kitchen
  • Communal Lounge
  • Communal Refrigerator
  • Communal Shower
  • Gas
  • Laundry
  • Open fireplace
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking
  • Public Telephone
  • Sauna
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.
1 Muntalunga Drive
Nome, Townsville Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Unpowered Site

Non Powered grassy site near camp kitchen and pool area with short distance to amenity block.

1 Bedroom Cabin 42

Cabin with separate bedroom and double bed with linen supplied. There is a full kitchen, bathroom, and air conditioning.

Note all cabins are non smoking and are not serviced. No pets allowed inside cabin.

Powered grass site near pool and camp kitchen suitable for small motor homes, camper vans, camper trailers and tents.

Cabin 41

Fully self contained two bedroom cabin (linen supplied) with full kitchen, lounge and bathroom. Accommodates two adults in one room double bed and four children in the second room which has two bunks.

Please note cabin is not serviced and non smoking. Pets allowed in fenced yard only - conditions apply.

Powered slab sites are mostly drive thru and have available water and power connection including sullage. Some are shaded by large mahogany trees whilst others are in full sun.

Cabin 58

Fully self contained air conditioned cabin with full kitchen separate lounge and bathroom. Linen supplied.

Please note cabins are non smoking and not serviced.

Air-conditioned cabin with double bed and set of bunks accommodating four people. Facilities include cook-top, full fridge, television and undercover area. Linen is supplied.

Please note cabin is non smoking and not serviced.

Cabin 25

Studio Cabin that is air conditioned with open plan and double bed and single bed accommodating three people. Linen supplied. Facilities include television, lounge and cook top with full fridge . Has outside ensuite attached

Note cabin is non smoking. No pets allowed inside.

Backpacker Unpowered Site and Billabong Sanctuary Entry

Unpowered site for campervan or tent fortwo adults including entry for two to Billabong Sanctuary.

Backpackers Powered Site and Billabong Entry

Powered site for two adults and Billabong entry for two adult backpackers only.

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