Mundubbera Three Rivers Tourist Park

Mundubbera, North Burnett Area

Indicative Rate * AU$29.00 to AU$135

The Mundubbera Three Rivers Tourist Park is the "Gateway to Mundubbera's Culinary Trail". Just two hours drive from Bundaberg and Maryborough and three hours from the Sunshine Coast, the park is situated in the heart of the North Burnett region and is only minutes from the beautiful fresh fruits, vegetables and nuts grown in the area. The mighty Burnett, the Boyne and the Auburn, are the three rivers that sustain this friendly community.

This modern Kui Park caters for a variety of visitors with family villas, new themed cabins, motel style units and variety of budget accommodation for seasonal workers. It has free WIFI, friendly staff, a well-stocked kiosk, visitor information, secure boom gate entry and is only 10 minutes walk from town.

For the caravanner and camper there are wide concrete streets and large sites for vans and tents. Power and water are close to all sites, dump points, digital television reception and good coverage for Optus and Telstra phone network. The park also has two amenities blocks, mothers room, disabled bathroom, a fully equipped camp kitchen, shaded pool and coin operated laundry. Pets friendly sites and room are available for short stay visitors.

Bed and Breakfast packages available.

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Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
37 Strathdee Street
Mundubbera, North Burnett Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

On-Site Caravans

A variety of vans available for seasonal workers. All contain kitchen with fridge and microwave, cooking utensils, air conditioning and digital television. Linen also supplied upon request.

Budget Rooms

Budget rooms are available for seasonal workers. They sleep up to six people, have a kitchen, large fridge, digital television, reverse cycle air conditioning and are close to shared amenities block.

Budget Ensuite

Sleeps up to two people. Double bed, ensuite, basic cooking facilities, large fridge, reverse cycle air conditioning, digital television, linen provided. Weekly rates available.

Self contained motel style units with a variety of bedding configurations including, twin king single rooms, queen and single rooms, double and single room. All have full kitchen with stove and oven, microwave, full size refrigerator with freezer, reverse cycle air conditioning. Linen included on all beds. One room has disabled bathroom facilities.

Ensuite Cabin

Ensuite cabins have a queen bed, cooking facilities, table and chairs, reverse cycle split systems air-conditioning, digital television, full size refrigerator, table and chairs. Parking is available at door. Linen provided .

Villas

Self contained villas, sleep up to 6 people, with couch, dining table and chairs, kitchen, bathroom, reverse cycle air-conditioning and ceiling fans, Linen included on all beds. Parking at door.

Powered Site

25 spacious powered sites with concrete slab, shrubs and privacy. Sullage, power and situated close to the amenities block.

Tent Site

The tent sites are located in a grassed area close to the camp kitchen and powered or unpowered sites are available.

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