Park, The

Paget, Mackay Area

Indicative Rate * AU$31 to AU$110

The Park Mackay is conveniently located off the highway on the south side of Mackay with a short drive to Mackay central business district, airport and beaches. Set on 15 acres with spacious, easy access sites and wide roads, it offers clean amenities and is an ideal base to explore all the attractions the region has to offer including Eungella National Park and Finch Hatton Gorge.

284 Farrellys Road
Paget, Mackay Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Ensuite Cabin

The ensuite cabin sleeps one to two persons. Ideal for a couple with a queen bed, ensuite and cooking facilities.

Studio Units

Self contained rooms with ensuite and cooking facilities including cooktop and microwave. Air conditioned with television. Available on a discounted weekly basis.

Deluxe Cabin

Ideal for a couple who want the comfort of a motel but the convenience of cooking facilities with either a queen bed option or king singles, the deluxe cabin is fully self-contained with en suite and cooking facilities and the option of indoor and outdoor dining.

Powered Site

Powered sites have easy access with wide roading. Some are grass sites and others have slabs.

Standard Family Cabin

Family cabins have a double bed and two tier bunk.. Self-contained with kitchenette and en suite.

Unpowered sites are available seasonally. Only powered sites available in the wet season.

Standard Cabin

Standard cabins have a double bed and two tier bunk (suitable for children) - some have a single bed as well. Self-contained with basic cooking facilities and en suite.

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