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Maroochy Waterfront Camp and Conference Centre

Diddillibah, Sunshine Coast Area

Located just a hop, skip and jump from Maroochydore, and situated on the pristine banks of the stunning Maroochy River, Maroochy Waterfront Camp and Conference Centre provides the ideal Sunshine Coast location for your next group accommodation camp, retreat, corporate team building or youth camp. Maroochy Waterfront Camp can offer an extensive range of fun, inclusive and memorable activities for your group or simply provide the perfect river front back drop for relaxing and connecting. They can tailor an exciting itinerary around your group needs, whatever they be!

Maroochy Waterfront Camp offers 64 perfectly appointed twin or double rooms each with private bathrooms. All rooms have air-conditioning and a ceiling fan. All rooms offer a balcony or veranda and outdoor furniture so your group can fully enjoy their stay on the pristine waterfront.

Maroochy Waterfront Camp offers a large 180 seat, air-conditioned function room perfect for indoor activities. They also have a state of the art commercial kitchen and a professional cook, to take care of all your catering needs. Bus parking is available on site. Maroochy Waterfront Camp offer great value for money, with all the facilities you need available right here in the one location.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • Bar
  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Communal Kitchen
  • Communal Lounge
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Games/Recreation Room
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Public Telephone

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Canoeing
  • Cycling
42 David Low Way
Diddillibah, Sunshine Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Group Accommodation

Specialising in group accommodation for school and sports group camps, corporate team building, church and community groups, they have 64 comfortable rooms (double or two singles). Family interconnecting rooms available, all with ensuites, all linen supplied, air-conditioning, ceiling fans, tea and coffee, mini fridge.

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Warwick, Southern Downs Area
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Morgan Park is a major sport and recreation facility and houses a range of sport clubs and organisations, as well as a reserve which is home to a wide range of bird species. Morgan Park is known as the home of horse power and hosts equine events nearly every weekend including horse trials (equestrian), polocrosse, and equine driving.

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Yangan, Southern Downs Area
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Maryvale, Southern Downs Area
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Allora

Allora, Southern Downs Area
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Warwick, Southern Downs Area
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