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Australian Adventure Park

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Cathrine Swan, campsite manager, Aircamper since September 2018

This listing has been verified by the campsite manager and was last updated July 2021.


10 Reviews

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Annabel H.
3 months ago

What an awesome place. Tons of space and water, power and dump site if you choose it. 5 slab sites with heaps of space around them and a spotless amenity block. You can camp on the lake, fish and enjo... Read more

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Katie S.
5 months ago
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Chris E.
1 year ago

Now known as Trinity Islands Holiday Park

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Tracey M.
1 year ago

Now known as Trinity Islands holiday park, if you love peace listening to the birds in bush settings this is for you. A Lagoon surrounding 3 islands grounds and amenities are very clean. Park managed... Read more

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Cathrine S.
2 years ago

Top Questions

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Jackson C. 2 years ago
Question:

Does this camp ground have showers?

Answer:

Yes...We have 9 showers and toilets in the amenities block with town water. The showers are has heated. A modern building with tiled floor! by Cathrine S.

Answer:

Thank you so much for the comment Jamie. Pleased you and Conor had a good stay. Will see you before you leave today. Cathy by Cathrine S.

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Location

805 Burrum Heads Rd,
Burrum River,
Queensland

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Independent Torbanlea

5.54 km

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