Elliott Heads Holiday Park

Elliott Heads, Bundaberg Area

Indicative Rate * AU$26 to AU$140

Stay at Elliott Heads Holiday Park for a unique holiday experience with both the beach and river mouth to enjoy - safe swimming for all ages, great snorkelling, fishing, windsurfing and relaxing, surrounded by turquoise waters and white sands. Parklike surrounds with powered and unpowered sites in this quiet seaside village make for a pleasant holiday. Stay in one of the modern cabins with your own veranda overlooking the ocean, and step out onto the waterfront park. With the playground, surf club, and kiosk within metres, Elliott Heads makes for a relaxed escape from a busy life, still close enough to Bundaberg's attractions to entertain everyone.

*** Please Note: Amenities block upgrade will be under construction from 27 June 2016 to 21 December 2016. ***

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Laundry

Activities

  • Camping

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
Lihs Street
Elliott Heads, Bundaberg Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

The self-contained oceanfront cabins sleep up to four people for a comfortable easy holiday, with cooking facilities, television and ensuite.

Powered sites for caravans, campervans and tents. Lovely grassy sites with trees. Clean and tidy amenities with laundry facilities. Barbecue hut, adjacent kiosk, and dump point.

Unpowered sites for caravans, campervans and tents. Lovely grassy sites with trees. Clean and tidy amenities with laundry facilities, barbecue hut, adjacent kiosk for all your holiday needs.

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Camilleri's Farm Market

Balberra, Mackay Area
Camilleri’s are a well known local family and supplier of all the fresh goodness that their region has to offer. You would be amazed to find out how much of what they stock is grown a their own farm just up the road.

Mackay to Sarina

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Take a day to discover Sarina and the Isaac Coast, the townships which comprise the Sarina area, south of Mackay. Enjoy the beautiful beaches, coastal panorama lookouts and scenic mountain ranges, visit one of the world's biggest coal terminals right here in Queensland and get a taste of the region's sugar industry.
From Mackay’s famous Art Deco architecture, to heritage-listed pubs and the remnants of abandoned gold-mining towns, the Mackay region hosts a treasure-trove of historical destinations. Start your historic journey by joining Mackay Visitor Information Centre volunteers on the Heritage Walk, a guided stroll through Mackay’s central business district to view architecturally impressive buildings, many from the 1930’s Art Deco era.

Heritage and Mining Trail, The

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Tracing the passage of coal from Queensland's Bowen Basin mines, to the port of export to overseas customers, those with an interest in resources and minerals will enjoy The Heritage and Mining Trail of the Mackay region.
Mackay was barely two years old when the first sugar cane was grown in Queensland and it didn't take long to realise that the fertile river plains of the Pioneer Valley were potential sugar growing fields.
The Mackay district has many hidden treasures for the cultural tourist. The suggested day trips are in different directions and would be best undertaken individually from a Mackay base, with an option of continuing south to Rockhampton on the second day.
If blood-pumping excitement and a hit of adrenalin is what you seek, you're bound to get your adventure fix while visiting the Mackay region! From diving shipwrecks to wake-boarding, flying through the treetops of a rainforest, four wheel driving to riding on horseback.
Drag in a Jewfish along the Serenity Coast, fight a Black Marlin on the Coral Sea or battle a Barramundi on an inland dam. Ideally situated where both northern and southern fish species can be found, the Mackay region boasts some of the best fishing opportunities in Australia.
Discover the Mackay Region's unique art by exploring the Sarina Sugar Shed and visiting some of Mackay's local art galleries. Also discover Mackay's Pioneering history along the Bluewater Trail. Dine in comfort at one of many of Mackay's finest restaurants, cafes and bistros all ranging from different and exquisite cuisines.

Beachfront Bliss

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The Mackay Region is home to some of the most spectacular coastal waters in Queensland! From the glistening shoes of the Serenity Coast to the rugged rainforest retreats on the Hibiscus Coast, there is enough sand and space to treat submerge yourselves into Mackay's picturesque landscapes and create everlasting memories.
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Note: Information on listed products and services are provided by the operator and were correct at the time of publishing. Rates are indicative based on the minimum and maximum available prices of products and services. Please visit the operator’s website for further information. All prices quoted are in Australian dollars (AUD).