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Rivershore Resort

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Ingenia Holidays, campsite manager, Aircamper since September 2018

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


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4 Reviews

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Gerry H.
7 months ago
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Brayden Tarj n Aylah Wilson
8 months ago

Had a great time with the kids here, bit pricey but probably worth every cent, people across from us didn’t appreciate the kids in the early morning, but hey, kids are kids !

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Lachlan
11 months ago

We took the kids to the Rivershore resort and stayed in their safari tents. It was an amazing experience. The standout for me was the friendliness of the staff and the amazing food at the restaurant. I will definitely return.

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Mark S.
2 years ago

HAS. EVERYTHING. We were sceptical about the location as we prefer beach camping but that was soon put to rest as there is lots onsite to keep you entertained. One huge pool plus a smaller wading pool... Read more


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Nicole 1 year ago
Question:

Hi wondering if there’s a boat ramp to put the little boat in? Cheers

Answer:

There sure is and it’s within the grounds. Ramp gets you into Petrie Creek which flows into the Maroochy River. by Mark S.

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Great. And can you put motor boats in or is it only for paddle/electric? Thanks again by Nicole

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The park ramp would fine for most river or inshore power boats. If you’re looking to launch anything bigger head to the Maroochy River boat ramp a few kays back towards Maroochydore. by Mark S.

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Thank you by Nicole

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Is there anywhere to keep a boat on a camp site? by Sarah S.

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The campsites are pretty big (ours was 10x12m) so depending on your setup you might have enough room to park a boat at your site. They do have a decent sized car park and a large grassed area onsite too but suggest contacting them if you’re thinking about using them. by Mark S.

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99 David Low Way,
Diddillibah QLD 4559

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Listing type
Caravan Park
Caravans
Yes
Cabins Available
Yes
Management
Ingenia
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Closest

Bli Bli

0.40 km

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