Discovery Parks - Coolwaters, Yeppoon

Kinka Beach, Livingstone Area

Indicative Rate * AU$38 to AU$270

Imagine this: tropical bushland, a calm lake and beachfront surround you on your holiday. Where is this dream? Happiness can be found among the palm trees of the Southern Great Barrier Reef at Discovery Parks - Coolwaters, Yeppoon.

Forget worries and let go of the routine of daily life - you're on one of the friendliest coasts in Australia. The fun begins right outside your cabin or caravan with a massive water park, BMX track, jumping pillow and resort style pool. If you're ready to breathe in the fresh air of the great outdoors, take a kayak out onto Causeway Lake or spend an afternoon on the bushwalking trails behind their park. Head a little further out to meet the playful monkeys at Cooberrie Park Wildlife Sanctuary or climb through the Capricorn Caves. Where adventure and true peace meet, you'll find Discovery Parks - Coolwaters, Yeppoon.

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Family Friendly:

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

Our Rooms

Deluxe 2 Bedroom Cabin

Relax in a fully self-contained, modern cabin overlooking the gardens or pool. This accommodation is a spacious base to call your home away from home. Enjoy the views and the surrounds on your holiday.

Sleeps 5

-Queen Bed in main bedroom
-Single Bunks and Single Bed in second bedroom
-TV
-Kitchen with oven, fridge, microwave, stove top, cooking utensils, crockery -and cutlery
-Iron and ironing board
-Linen and bath towels
-Bathroom with walk-in shower and toilet
-TV
-Air-conditioning
-Verandah with outdoor setting

Experience the space and comfort of our Deluxe 2 Bedroom accommodation. These enjoy views overlooking the grass and are a short stroll to a number of their facilities. For two families on a budget, this is an affordable option for your stay.

Sleeps 4-8

-Kitchenette with fridge, microwave, stove top, cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery
-Iron and ironing board
-Linen and bath towels
-Bathroom with walk-in shower and toilet
-TV
-Air-conditioning
-Verandah with outdoor setting

Option 1:
Queen Bed in main bedroom
2 Single Beds in second bedroom

Option 2:
2 Queen Beds in separate bedrooms
2 Single Beds in third bedroom

Option 3:
Queen Bed in main bedroom
Single Bunks and Single Bed in second bedroom

Kids will be loving the cosy bunk beds in these modern cabins. Enjoy your family holiday, while relaxing in style. These include 2 bedrooms and an verandah to enjoy sundowners on.

Sleeps 6.

-Queen Bed
-2 sets of Single Bunks
-Kitchenette with fridge, microwave, stove top, cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery
-Iron and ironing board
-Linen and bath towels
-Bathroom with walk-in shower and toilet
-TV
-Air-conditioning
-Verandah with outdoor setting

The Standard 2 Bedroom Lakeview Cabin is an ideal base for a family holiday. This accommodation is situated by the lake, looking out over the waters of Causeway.

Sleeps 4

-Queen Bed
-Single Bunks
-Kitchenette with fridge, microwave, stove top, cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery
-Iron and ironing board
-Bathroom with walk-in shower and toilet
-Linen and bath towels
-TV
-Air-conditioning

Standard 2 Bedroom Cabin

The Standard 2 Bedroom Cabin is an ideal base for a family holiday. This accommodation is situated by the lake, looking out onto park land with the jumping pillow, BBQ area and children's playground. One cabin offers disabled-friendly access and bathroom - call park to book.

-Queen Bed
-Single Bunks
-Kitchenette with fridge, microwave, stove top, cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery
-Iron and ironing board
-Bathroom with walk-in shower and toilet
-Linen and bath towels
-TV
-Air-conditioning

It's time that you some time to relax with your family or just your beau. Stay in our spacious Standard 1 Bedroom Cabin, complete with plush Queen Bed and self-contained kitchen.

Sleeps 4

-Queen Bed
-Single Bunks
-Kitchenette with fridge, microwave, stove top, cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery
-Iron and ironing board
-Bathroom with walk-in shower and toilet
-Linen and bath towels
-TV
-Air-conditioning

Economy Studio Cabin

Modern cabins suitable for a couple's romantic getaway or a young family searching for affordable accommodation on the Capricorn Coast.

Sleeps 2 - 4

-Queen Bed
-Single Bunks
-Kitchenette with microwave, stove top, cooking utensils, crockery, cutlery and full-size fridge
-Dining table
-Air-conditioning
-TV
-Ceiling fan
-Bathroom with walk-in shower and toilet
-Iron & ironing board
-Linen and bath towels

Powered Site

Beautifully landscaped sites, with or without slabs, are positioned close to the amenities and other park facilities. They come with power and water.

Camp in luxury on one of these spacious ensuite sites. They come with large showers, vanities, toilets and the added convenience of their own washing machine and laundry tub. All are easy drive-through sites with slabs, water and power.

Camping is a breeze on our well-maintained and soft grass sites, backing onto our natural bushland or on the banks of Causeway Lake. This is real tranquility.

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