Discovery Parks- Fraser Coast

Torquay, Hervey Bay, Fraser Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$35 to AU$279

Set on eight acres of subtropical gardens, Discovery Parks - Fraser Coast is a secluded oasis near the world's largest sand island, Fraser Island.

Their backyard is your playground, featuring a tennis court, playground, gigantic bouncing pillow, two swimming pools and heaps of communal spaces like a camp kitchen and picnic spots to bring the whole tribe together and make new friends.

Looking for an adventure beyond the park? Watch the humpback whales migrating in season, see the lorikeets twittering in the botanical gardens, or put up your "gone fishin'" sign and cast a line off Urangan Pier. With enough activities to keep the kids and adults entertained from sunrise to sunset, Discovery Parks - Fraser Coast will quickly become your favourite home away from home..

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Camp Kitchen
  • Car park
  • Child Pool
  • Communal Kitchen
  • Communal Refrigerator
  • Communal Shower
  • Games/Recreation Room
  • Gas
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking
  • Public Telephone
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Camping
  • Cycling
  • 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.

Our Rooms

Deluxe 2 Bedroom Spa Cabin

The Deluxe Two Bedroom Spa Cabin is family holiday accommodation at it’s best! The two bedroom cabin is fully self-contained with an equipped kitchen, spacious lounge and a spa bath so mum can relax while the kids are playing in the park.

Superior 1 Bedroom Cabin- Sleeps 4

Ideal for couples, these cabins are centrally located to all facilities including both swimming pools and barbecue areas. These cabins offer an open plan design with a modern bathroom and spacious balcony. Interconnecting units available.

Deluxe 2 Bedroom Cabin

These spacious two bedroom cabins can comfortably sleep up to five people, with a fully equipped kitchen, spacious living area and laundry facilities. Set amongst landscaped gardens, there is also a large balcony perfect for entertaining.

Superior 1 Bedroom Cabin - Sleeps 5

This open plan cabin is modern, spacious and perfect for families. It features a well-equipped kitchen, two LCD televisions, large balcony and is just a short walk to the jumping cushion, playground and games room - which will surely impress the kids!

Deluxe Studio Spa Cabin

The ultimate couples getaway! Their luxurious cabin features a stylish living area, modern kitchen, and a large spa bath. With a spacious balcony overlooking the picturesque Sanctuary Lagoon, it’s the perfect place to take time out and relax with your loved ones.

Superior Studio Access Cabin

Bright and modern, the Superior Studio Access Cabin is situated at the front of the park, just a short walk from one of the swimming pools and park facilities. The cabin has an open plan design, large bathroom and a spacious balcony.

Powered Sites

With choices of slab, grass, and creek sites, there's a spot for everyone's preferred holiday.

Slab: Set amongst tropical palms and gardens, these powered sites are large and level with a concrete slab. The sites are located close to the main swimming pool, tennis court and barbecue areas so you can unwind and enjoy your holiday. Also close by are the amenities, guest laundries and well equipped camp kitchens, which have full meal preparation facilities including fridges, hotplates and microwaves.

Grass: These powered sites give you the choice of a spacious grass site or a located right near the Sanctuary Lagoon, providing the perfect outlook. These sites are large, level, and with various locations throughout the park you will be sure to find your perfect holiday spot! The sites are in close proximity to park facilities, amenities, barbecue areas and camp kitchens.

Creek: These sites are located at the back of the park on the lagoon bed, adjacent to one of the camp kitchens, amenities and the main swimming pool.

Unpowered Sites

Enjoy Hervey Bay camping at it’s best on their unpowered sites, which are situated on the Sanctuary Lagoon, providing the perfect backdrop to pitch a tent. The sites are just a hop, skip and jump to the main swimming pool, tennis court, amenities and camp kitchens.

Ensuite Powered Sites

With a choice of a shady, sunny or pondside position, you can’t go wrong with their Ensuite Sites.

Ideal for caravans, camper trailers, tents, RVs and motorhomes, the sites have a concrete slab, are level, spacious and have the added privacy of your own bathroom. Centrally located in the park, the sites are only a short walk from park facilities, guest laundries and camp kitchens, which have full meal preparation facilities with hotplates, fridges and microwaves.

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