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Poinciana Tourist Park

5 Ratings



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Jeanell Nicholls, campsite manager, Aircamper since July 2019

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

5 Reviews

Photo of Morgan
9 months ago

Lovely campsite with a brand new camp kitchen and toilets/showers. Great and friendly owners who are proud of their establishment. Would stay again! Only down side are noisy birds but you can't help that!

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Michael H.
2 years ago

The caravan park is more of the older style park. Amenities are very clean. Manager very pleasant. The sites vary in size, however large dual axil caravans on tight sites and small single axil caravan on large sites is a very strange idea to say the least. Because of Covid-19 were asked to use our own facilities if we could and did so only to get chipped about the grey water on the ground, when there is not a pipe to put it in. So then used the shower block only to find lukewarm water at best. Very disappointed for the money you pay. Will not return.

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Melanie H.
2 years ago

Great spot. Close to the beach! Lovely staff! Clean amenities. Reasonable prices. $32 for a powered site on grass.

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2 years ago

Great caravan park with all nicely maintained amenities and facilities. Lovely staff also.

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Jennie G.
3 years ago

Cramped but pleasant. Amenities clean and modern. Close to shopping centre and beach.


9 Scenic Hwy,
Cooee Bay,

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Cabins Available


BP Travel Centre Yeppoon

1.16 km

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