Captain Cook Holiday Village

Seventeen Seventy, Gladstone Area

Indicative Rate * AU$32 to AU$166

The Captain Cook Holiday Village is one of the few accommodation options in the true 1770 and you will be spoilt by choice when it comes to things to do.

They have several different styles of cabin: a Bungalow for the budget weary (doesn't have a ensuite ) right up to a two bedroom Villa.

There is also a restaurant on-site and is currently serving a wide range of food including many healthy options. They also have a swimming pool with a toddler wading area but if you would rather enjoy the beach they have a 900 metre bush track from the park to a six kilometre beach. Their park is kid friendly and they are welcome to ride their bikes or run around on the mowed park area.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi
  • Broadband Internet Access

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Camp Kitchen
  • Car park
  • Child Pool
  • Communal Refrigerator
  • Communal Shower
  • Gas
  • Laundry
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Camping
  • Hiking/Trekking
  • Swimming

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
384 Captain Cook Drive
Seventeen Seventy, Gladstone Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

These are their self contained open planned cabins for a family of five.

This Cabin has a separate main bedroom and a set of bunks. There is a separate kitchen with a full fridge.

This is a two bedroom Villa with a queen bed in one room and two sets of bunks in the other.

They have powered and unpowered sites and they are dog friendly on sites at off peak times only.

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Easter Fun Day

Multiple Locations
Free Entry
16 April 2017
Held on the banks of the iconic Coopers Creek, this anything goes race requires teams of four to complete set obstacles against the clock and against each other. This is a day where it is just a much fun for the spectators and the competitors.

Big Red Bash

Multiple Locations
From AU$65 - 925
4 July 2017
Some of the biggest names across Australian country music, pop and rock are coming to the Birdsville Big Red Bash, with headliners Lee Kernaghan, Missy Higgins, and James Reyne and Mark Seymour to perform in July 2017 at the world’s most remote music festival that will once again take place across three days.
Free Entry
8 July 2017
Forget horses as it’s the camels that reign supreme on in Bedourie. Be amongst the hundreds of race goers who converge on the town to watch dozens of camels race in six events, worth a total of more than AUD11,000.

Betoota Races

Diamantina Area
26 August 2017
Witness the ghost town of Betoota come to life with holiday goers and Outback folk to celebrate the region’s signature event – The Betoota Races – and kicking off the Simpson Desert Racing Carnival. Firstly, don your dancing shoes on Friday night for an outback bush dance followed by backing a winner in one of the six horse race meets the next day.

Windorah Bronco Branding

Multiple Locations
9 July 2017
Back in the day, when pioneering settlers, created their properties and homes on the vast tracks of lands in Australia, Bronco Branding became the most efficient way to brand and draft calves, generally without the aide of yards, or walking cattle vast distances.
24 June 2017
Bring the whole family to the Bronco Branding Yards in Birdsville to watch skilled bushmen and women demonstrate their craft. Get involved in the horsemanship skills on Saturday with barrel, flag and herding races, or simply kick back ringside and enjoy the dusty action.

Birdsville Rugby League Nines

Multiple Locations
Free Entry
11 June 2017
The game of brute and fitness will return to The Diamantina after 30 years for the second time this June 11 in Bedourie. Fans, tourists and locals alike are invited along to the local park, turned ruby league field, to cheer the Barcoo Bandits attempt to defend their 2015 title.
  • Free WiFi
30 August 2017
The Windorah International Yabby Races began 1998, and is always on the Wednesday night prior to the iconic Birdsville Races, which is on the first weekend of each September. It is held in the street outside of the Western Star Hotel, and draws a crowd of punters, ready to whet their appetite with speedy blue claw crustaceans.
From AU$5 - 5
13 May 2017
Come and experience the fast moving action and skills of professional Bushmen and women as they demonstrate their skills through theses historic arts. Witness teams tough it out to be the quickest to brand cattle using the traditional method of branding in the bush.

Windorah Rodeo

Multiple Locations
13 August 2017
Windorah Rodeo is an outback country rodeo, held in the channel country of Queensland, and is held after the finals of their annual Campdraft each year. This is a family, fun filled event, which features bull and bullock rides, as well as bareback and saddle bronc, ladies and junior barrel races.
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