Fisherman's Beach Holiday Park

Emu Park, Livingstone Area

Indicative Rate * AU$29.00 to AU$150.00

Formerly known as Bell Park Caravan Park. Unwind and soak in the serenity of this unique natural setting with its abundance of pine trees and relaxed, friendly atmosphere. Direct beach access and a leisurely stroll to the heart of the coastal village of Emu Park.

At Fisherman's Beach Holiday Park they can accommodate everything from the largest fifth wheelers to the smallest tent. The shady powered and unpowered sites are grassy with good water pressure, power, sullage disposal and two dump points.

Located adjacent to Bell Park, boasting modern play equipment, barbecue and picnic settings, skate park, swimming pool, tennis court and an accessible boat ramp just around the corner – there’s no way the kids could get bored! The charming fishing village of Emu Park with its restaurants, cafés, clubs and pub is only stone’s throw away.

Emu Park boasts wonderful beaches, bush walks and sea views; it is abundant with fishing spots, boating and swimming, everything you need for a great holiday.

The park is also just a short 30 minute drive from Rockhampton, 15 minute drive from Yeppoon and on the doorstep of all that the Capricorn Coast has to offer - including Great Keppel Island.

67 Pattison Street
Emu Park, Livingstone Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Ensuite Cabin

These modern cabins are self-contained with their own two-way bathroom and kitchen. They have a separate main bedroom and a sleeping nook with bunk beds off the living room. Also a small balcony with outdoor furniture

Powered Sites

They have a range of grassy powered tourist sites for caravans, motor homes, fifth wheelers, camper trailers and campervans. Each site is easily defined, and has good water pressure, reliable power and sullage disposal. They can accommodate everything from the largest fifth wheelers to the smallest tent. Some sites are open to the sea breezes and some are sheltered behind the dunes, let them know your preference?

Unpowered Sites

For the camping enthusiast, they have a sheltered grassy grove, right next to the beach access. These unpowered sites are close to the main camp kitchen and amenities. Relax in the shade during the warmth of the day and fall asleep to the sounds of the ocean at night, just through the dunes in front of your tent.

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