Planning a trip over the Easter break? If you are looking for holiday accommodation in Australia during the Easter long weekend, Turu is here to help! Below is a list of holiday parks across the country available for online bookings during Easter.
Looking for holiday accommodation in New South Wales? Try a couple of these great holiday park options.
Escape to nature only 10 minutes from the heart of bustling Port Stephens. Set amongst stunning bushland and on the edge of the sand dunes of One Mile Beach and Samurai Beach, Treescape features comfortable self-contained units, unpowered campsites, powered van sites and drivethrou sites. Facilities also include a tropical pool, spa and tennis courts. Worth discovering!
Armidale is the perfect destination for relaxation, with access to the wonderful national parks of the New England High Country, the New England Art Museum and an array of high altitude, cool climate wineries. Onsite there are undercover BBQ areas, a tennis court, solar heated pool, as well as a recreation room, mini golf and bikes.
DC on the Lake sits on the shores of Lake Mulwala. It boasts absolute water frontage to the lake with its own private jetties, boat ramp and ski loop. The park has an extensive grassed area along the foreshore with many shady trees. There is a marina for boat mooring, nine jetties and a pier for fishing and water skiing.
Sapphire Beach Holiday Park (Mid North Coast)
Sapphire Beach Holiday Park is located on the beautiful Sapphire Beach with its clear water surf and white sand. The park is perfect for families, backpackers, overnight stays and travellers of all ages. Stop and take the time to absorb the surroundings and great atmosphere. Located only 9 minutes from the shops, clubs, restaurants and attractions of Coffs Harbour.
Dubbo Mid State Motor Park offers cabins, self contained units and overnight caravans, plus grassed and shaded powered and unpowered sites. Extra attractions include a kids playground, putt putt golf and an in-ground pool. The Taronga Western Plains Zoo is only a short drive away.
This park is situated on the northern shores of the majestic Shoalhaven River with direct access to the famous Seven Mile Beach which has some of the best surf on the South Coast. The park is ideally located for fishing and watersports, with access to both the ocean and river.
Looking for holiday accommodation in Victoria? Try a couple of these great holiday park options.
The Wangaratta Caravan and Tourist Park is situated two minutes from the main shopping centre. The park is only a short distance from the historic towns of Beechworth, Rutherglen, Bright and Glenrowan.
Carrum Downs Holiday Park is less than an hour's drive from Melbourne, and perfectly situated to access the attractions of both the city and the Mornington Peninsula. Offering beautiful beaches and gardens, as well as some of Victoria’s best golf courses, the greater Frankston area is a lesser-known holiday destination. This park also offers BBQ facilities and a large outdoor swimming pool.
Bright Pine Valley Tourist Park is situated in the Victorian High Country, and facilities include a swimming pool, playground, jumping pillow, tennis courts and games room. Stop and take the time out to absorb the surroundings and great atmosphere.
Warragul Gardens Holiday Park is set in acres of parkland close to town. Located in Gippsland, the complex adjoins a 4km cycle/walk trail through extensive bush, with sporting facilities nearby, as well as restaurants and an extensive shopping centre.
Located on the Western Highway at the eastern end of Horsham, Wimmera Lakes Resort is a great base for a Victorian getaway. The Grampians National Park provides a distant breathtaking backdrop to the park. A half-hour drive will have you in the middle of the Grampians.
Looking for holiday accommodation in Tasmania? Try a couple of these great holiday park options.
Located just 3.5km from the CBD of Burnie, this a great place to base yourself when holidaying in the region. The park features a swimming pool, kiosk and large sites for RVs, and allows dogs at the manager’s discretion.
Barilla Holiday Park is situated in Cambridge, Tasmania. Some of the park's key facilities include a children’s playground, BBQ area, swimming pool, kiosk and wheelchair access. Accommodation options available are cabins, powered sites and unpowered sites.
Abel Tasman Caravan Park is situated in East Devonport, Tasmania. This friendly park boasts a BBQ area, children's playground, camper's kitchen and much more.
Looking for holiday accommodation in the Northern Territory? Try a couple of these great holiday park options.
This tropical oasis is only 10 minutes from the heart of paradise. Situated in lush, tropical landscaped gardens and giant shady trees, this is the closest park to Darwin City. Choose from a studio, cabin or villa, as well as powered or un-powered sites.
Looking for holiday accommodation in Queensland? Try a couple of these great holiday park options.
Burleigh Beach Tourist Park is a family-friendly caravan park in the heart of the Gold Coast. The park is situated directly opposite a patrolled surf beach, and within walking distance to shops and cafes. The park features free electric barbeques, amenities block and access to public transport.
Right on the water's edge on the Gold Coast, the park has beautiful views of the high-rises of Surfer's Paradise. The major shopping centre, Australia Fair, with its large selection of boutiques, national chain stores, cinemas and supermarkets, is a stroll away. The park is a short drive to Sea World.
Ocean Beach Tourist Park is an intimate park nestled into the cliff face of the Miami Bushland Reserve. The park is just across the road from the patrolled waters of spectacular Miami surf beach. Situated on the southern end of the Gold Coast, Miami is a quaint village with coffee shops and restaurants.
Located on the sunny Gold Coast, Treasure Island is surrounded by sun-drenched beaches and lush hinterland. Make a splash in the new Pirate Themed Waterpark or relax in one of the three resort pools, have a game of tennis, challenge the family to mini golf, or enjoy a meal and refreshing drink at Galleons Bistro & Bar. Kids will love the giant jumping pillow, go karts, playground and an activities program that runs 364 days a year.
Main Beach Tourist Park is situated in Main Beach, Queensland. Features of the park include a games room, dump station, playground, BBQ area, kiosk and large sites for RVs.
Tallebudgera Creek Tourist Park sits on the waterfront of the beautiful Tallebudgera Estuary. This is the place for swimming, fishing, boating, water-skiing, windsurfing and canoeing. The park is across the road from the Tallebudgera surf beach and is also a short stroll away from Burleigh Heads National Park.
Kirra Beach Tourist Park, on the Queensland/New South Wales border, is in walking distance of the world famous Kirra Beach. This spacious park includes a large open lawn area, an on-site saltwater pool (heated during winter), and a host of facilities including a jumping pillow and recreation/TV room.
Looking for holiday accommodation in South Australia? Try a couple of these great holiday park options.
Only an hour's drive from Adelaide on the Fleurieu Peninsula, this park features a range of accommodation options, some with amazing views of Encounter Bay. A jumping pillow and heated swimming pool offer entertainment for the kids, and the park holds onsite activities during school holidays.
This tranquil, leafy park is situated on the banks of the River Torrens. Offering quality accommodation options, Levi Park Caravan Park is within easy reach of all of Adelaide thanks to its close proximity to public transport. It's also close to beaches, wineries and the Adelaide Hills.
Discovery Holiday Parks - Adelaide Beachfront on Semaphore Beach is 16km from central Adelaide. The South Australian Maritime Museum, National Railway Museum and South Australian Aviation Museum are all located in the heart of Port Adelaide, with AAMI Football Stadium less than 10 minutes away. The area offers excellent dining, shopping and guided tours.
Looking for holiday accommodation in Western Australia? Try a couple of these great holiday park options.
Conveniently located close to Perth’s city centre and the bustling Fremantle, this park is nestled in the foothills of the Darling Ranges, providing the perfect base from which to explore Perth. Watch the sunset over the Indian Ocean in Cottesloe, take in the skyline from King’s Park botanical gardens, discover sumptuous food and wine in the Swan Valley, or take the ferry to Rottnest Island.
Scorched red earth, endless blue skies and rugged bush set the backdrop for your adventure in Kununurra, the gateway to some of Western Australia’s most remarkable natural attractions. This park is set in the remote East Kimberley region across 10 acres of Australian bush, and it's also home to an abundance of wildlife.
Bunbury in WA's Geographe Region is located midway between Perth and the famous wine-producing Margaret River region, with the coastal town of Busselton less than an hour away. Set on a beautiful peninsula surrounded by the crystal-clear waters of the Indian Ocean, Bunbury offers sheltered swimming beaches and excellent fishing.
Discovery Parks – Boulder offers accommodation options ranging from camping and caravan sites, to villas and chalets. Shady, grass-covered campsites are close to the amenities block, while a sparkling pool and excellent playground will keeps the kids happy. Discovery Parks – Boulder is a welcoming family-friendly destination.
Midland Tourist Park offers caravan and camping sites, units and cabins. The park's personalised service helps you feel right at home. It is located a short drive from Swan Valley, a region famous for its locally produced food and wine.
Situated in the Margaret River wine region, right opposite the beach in Geographe Bay, Mandalay is only minutes from wineries and other attractions. The family-friendly park offers three swimming pools (one heated indoors), a giant water slide, a jumping pillow, four playgrounds, games room, WiFi and kiosk.