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Taylorwood Tourist Park

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Rogin Taylor, campsite manager, Aircamper since December 2021

This listing has been verified by the campsite manager and was last updated March 2020.


2 Reviews

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Lesleigh
2 years ago

Nice campground near Airlie beach. At $20 a night for a powered site, you probably won’t find anything better. Lovely green gardens and the staff are very pleasant. Has a pool, kitchen and amenities block. Wouldn’t recommend it for larger vans, motor homes or busses though as sites are quite small and some sites are on the hillside. Also, for dogs it’s an on leash area but nobody there follows that requirement. Take your bug spray.

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Jonas F.
2 years ago

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Location

670 Conway Rd,
Conway,
Queensland

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Caravan Park
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Yes
Cabins Available
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Closest

Caltex Proserpine

5.27 km

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