Wondering which are the best caravan parks catering for kids if you live in Brisbane? Luckily we’ve got that information right at hand for you.
Within an hour or just over an hour from Brisbane you can access these great family friendly camping grounds. We’ve even Google-mapped them for you so you can see exactly how far each one is from the Brisbane CBD.
Remember to always book, phone or check online for vacancies before you leave home to avoid disappointment!
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Caboolture River Caravan Park, Caboolture – 48 mins from Brisbane CBD
One of the Moreton region’s most stunningly located tourist parks, Caboolture River Caravan Park is located on an 8-acre property right beside the picturesque Caboolture River. The park has fully sealed roads, so it’s ideal for RVs, caravans and visitors with trailer boats. One of the highlights of this park is that it’s only 15 minutes from the world-famous Australia Zoo and also offers a children’s pool.
Scarborough Village Holiday Park, Scarborough – 49 mins from Brisbane CBD
This popular holiday park is one of the most modern available in the Moreton region. Offering contemporary facilities, a BBQ area, an onsite coffee shop and a large grassed play area, it’s ideal for families with kids. Further highlights include an adjoining park, the famous ‘Morgan’s Seafood Restaurant’ is nearby and it has great views.
Beachmere Caravan Park, Bribie Island Region – 59 mins from Brisbane CBD
Another Moreton Bay region caravan park, Beachmere attracts caravanners for its endearing charm and relaxed, coastal life. It is also a relatively large campground with over 40 caravan sites, and is close to the beach. So you’ll meet lots of other families with kids. Beachmere Caravan Park is operated by the council so you can expect clean, basic facilities including a camp kitchen laundry and toilets.
Tallebudgera Creek Tourist Park – 1 hour 8 mins from Brisbane CBD
Tallebudgera Creek Tourist Park offers a magical spot to go camping on the Gold Coast. It’s situated on an estuary which is safe for kids for water-based activities such as fishing or paddling in a canoe (supervised of course). There are plenty of unpowered and powered sites, and some are right on the waterfront. Other highlights include three swimming pools, a playground for the kids, Tallebudgera surf beach is close by and so is the Burleigh Heads National Park for scenic family bushwalks.
Lake Somerset Holiday Park – 1 hour 40 mins from Brisbane CBD
Another caravan park offering a watersports holiday is Lake Somerset Holiday Park located by Somerset Dam. It offers 29 caravan sites, and 12 of these have water views. A boating, fishing and water skiing haven, this holiday park is a favourite with families, so book well ahead for peak periods such as school holidays. Other highlights for kids include: lots of space to run around, mini-golf, a sporting oval and a playground.