Donnybrook Caravan Park

10 Alice Street, Donnybrook, QUEENSLAND View Map

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If boating and fishing is your thing, Donnybrook Caravan Park provides the perfect get-away holiday in a peaceful seaside village.

Launch your boat from the park's boat ramp and cruise out into the picturesque Pumicestone Passage for a relaxing or fun-filled day on the water - your choice.

Return to your caravan in the afternoon and enjoy a relaxing barbeque or head to the local bowls club for a meal. A general store and post office across the road and a take-away next door provide for your basic needs.
Donnybrook Caravan Park is a quiet seaside spot with spectacular views of Bribie Island. It is located just 50 minutes from Brisbane, and 10 minutes from the Bruce Highway, make it a popular destination for keen fishermen.

North and South Esplanade is fishing, jetty, boat ramp (note - closest ramp to access Mission Point), shower, boat hire, playground, BBQ, picnic area.
The bowls club is just up the road
20 minute drive from Caboolture, home of the Urban Country Music Festival each May; Farm Fantastic, Caboolture - July; Abbey Medieval Festival, Caboolture - July;

Donnybrook lies on Pumicestone Passage which is the calm body of water separating Bribie Island from the mainland and is an internationally recognised marine park. With century old mangroves and protected national bush growing to the water's edge, it is home to more then 350 species of birdlife, dugong, dolphin and turtles.

Abbey Museum of Art and Archaeology
A priceless collection of antiquities and fine art from around the world exploring history of western Europe. Stain glass tours of the Abbey Church are conducted by appointment.
The museum hosts the Medieval Tournament in July each year.

Caboolture Warplane Museum
See a fine collection of wartime aircraft, memorabilia, engine displays and various other wartime exhibits. Entry fee.

Caboolture Historical Village
A range of exhibits throughout the village provides an insight into our past. The village is made up of more than 70 buildings; café, hotel, gardens and a train station.

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  • No Pets Allowed
  • BBQ Area
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  • Large Sites for RVs
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    There are 17 powered sites. Some sites are grassed with concrete slabs suitable for caravans and motor homes and some sites are grassed, suitable for tents and camper trailers.

    We also offer "Stay 7 nights and only pay for 6 nights. That is, you get the 7th night for free, if you fully pay for 6 consecutive nights".

    Prices based on 2 persons per night; 3 or more persons incur an extra charge.

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  • Lorraine Oct 2016

    Out of 5
    Donnybrook is a quiet fishing village with no baristas, surf or swimming spots. If you like fishing in a tinny, pumping yabbies on sand banks, casting nets for prawns, baiting pots for crabs or enjoy a game of bowls, then Donnybrook Caravan Park is for you. We have been going there for years and have always found management and staff helpful and friendly. There are many couples like us who love the place and are regular patrons, a big happy family really. Mike and Lorraine Wise
  • Steve Oct 2016

    Out of 5
    Like driving into a remote redneck town.locals were so rude and manager who also runs local store is completely incapable of running a chook raffle.she is so rude and has no idea how to be friendly let alone run a business.the council who owns the park should step up to the plate and do something about this management.the gardener who is a local in a van in the park starts his mower and wippersnipper at 7am sharp and mows the short lawn all around your van and does not care.he is brain dead and a complete disgrace .all-round a terrible stay and I wouldn't ever go there again.absolutely disgusted by the lack of intelligence in this place.what a complete joke.
  • Simon Apr 2014

    Out of 5
    Great boating venue. Nothing extravagant here just clean basic facilities for a great water getaway. we enjoyed our stay
  • marilyn Feb 2013

    Out of 5
    great facilities friendly accomodating. fantastic place to stay close to shop club & pummistone passage.

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