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BIG4 Sandstone Point Holiday Resort

5 Ratings



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5 Reviews

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Alice G.
5 days ago

Great holiday park. Heaps of things to keep the kids entertained. Really well maintained facilities and gardens etc.

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Guest A.
4 months ago
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Guest A.
4 months ago
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6 months ago

We stayed for a week, unfortunately through a surprise lockdown. Food and drinks are expensive but they have the options there. Good amenities like shower blocks and laundry, gym, tennis all the bells for the family. Water park, kiddy pool and games room as well as kids room. Would have been great if we got a discount on sites considering the lockdown and we had to extend our stays or leave but many of us were road tripping and couldn’t just leave as we couldn’t escape the border in time.

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Annie D.
1 year ago

Awesome clean park


1820 Bribie Island Rd,
Sandstone Point QLD 4511

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Listing type
Caravan Park
Allotted Site
Cabins Available


BP Connect Bribie Island

1.68 km

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