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Cape Palmerston Holiday Park

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3 Reviews

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Hayden M.
1 year ago

Awesome spot, heaps of activities run by the park or heaps of room to get away from the crowd if that’s more your thing. Communal fire pit, no individual fires. Short walk to beach and access to the creek to put your boat in

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Guest A.
1 year ago
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Chris R.
2 years ago

Great place for the family


Location

989 Greenhill Rd,
Ilbilbie,
Queensland,
4738,
AU

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Listing type
Caravan Park
No. of sites
78
Caravans
Yes
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Closest

Caltex Ilbilbie via Koumala

5.89 km

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