Discovery Parks - Mount Isa

Mount Isa, Mount Isa Area

Indicative Rate * AU$35 to AU$110

This may be the Outback, but you’ll still have a river view. Set by the banks of the beautiful Leichhardt River, the holiday park Discovery Parks – Mount Isa is an excellent base to explore. If you’ve never experienced Rodeo, you’ve come to the right place – Mount Isa is renowned as the Rodeo Capital of Australia and their annual event is fast and furious fun. For a well-rounded taste of this rugged mining country, head to Outback at Isa, don a headlamp and descend into a purpose-built mine, then visit the fascinating Riversleigh Fossil Centre. Kids will love Queensland’s largest all abilities playground, Mount Isa Family Fun Park.

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Camp Kitchen
  • Laundry
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor

Our Rooms

Economy Cabin

A simply practical, comfortable air-conditioned cabin. Double bed, bunk beds for the kids, an allocated external ensuite and kitchenette facilities.

Open plan cabin with Double Bed and Single Bunks (suited for children)
Linen fully provided
Air-conditioning
Kitchenette with microwave, bar fridge, kettle, toaster, cookware, cooking utensils and cutlery
Open space living area with LCD TV
External ensuite with walk-in shower and toilet

Powered Site With Ensuite

Bring your caravan, camper van or motor home and we'll provide the en-suite. Quiet, shaded setting with access to all park facilities. Enjoy!

Access to an ensuite
Electricity
Water

Powered Site

Discovery your own piece of the outback. Idyllic, shaded van settings - a great range of park facilities and amenity block nearby.
Large site suitable for various sized vans up 12.2 metres (40 ft) in length
Additional/ boat parking available off-site
Car parking on-site
Drive through site
Grass site
Power outlet
Sullage
Water tap

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