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Glenlodge Caravan Village

Thabeban, Bundaberg Area

Indicative Rate * AU$37 to AU$100

Glenlodge Caravan Village is Bundaberg's friendliest caravan park. Owner/operated for the past 20 years by the Haks family. Situated only five kilometres from the city centre. Located in a rural setting on 10 acres, with ample room for large motorhomes, fifth wheelers and large caravans. They have ensuite cabins, large powered sites, ensuite sites and grass drive through sites also Sand Fly free!

Use Glenlodge Caravan Village as your home base to explore their sensational subtropical region with attractions ranging from Mon Repos Turtle Rookery (Turtle nesting and hatchlings in season) Botanic Gardens with three excellent museums, Bundy Belle River Cruises, Bundaberg Ginger Beer and of course tour the famous Bundaberg Rum Distillery tours which can be booked at their office and receive a 10 per cent off your Bundy Rum tour.

Brendan, Denise and Simon Haks are friendly and helpful and will provide you with tourist information, parking assistance is available. Glenlodge is a member of Top Tourist Parks of Australia. They also offer weekly discounts.

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Gas
  • Laundry
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
321 Goodwood Road
Thabeban, Bundaberg Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

They provide large powered sites with concrete pads also grass drive through sites for the biggest motorhomes and fifth wheelers.

Their Deluxe cabins are very clean, fully equipped and self contained with kitchen, ensuite, queen size bed and linen supplied. they are also air conditioned and have ceiling fans.

Their standard ensuite cabins are very clean and come fully equipped with linen supplied,air con,ceiling fans,microwave and cooking facilities.

Their ensuite sites are very spacious and private just reverse your motorhome or caravan right up to your own private ensuite!!

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