Situated on the shores of Bargara Beach along the Coral Coast this tropical holiday park is the perfect place offering everything you need and every accommodation option, for the perfect getaway.
Bargara Beach Caravan Park has the best affordable beachside accommodation on offer in South East Queensland at the southern tip of the Great Barrier Reef. With cool ocean breezes and stunning views this is the ideal destination to relax and unwind.
You can choose from 1 or 2 bedroom cabins or a number of powered and unpowered sites which offer shade or sun, grassed or concrete slabs and are suitable for all sized caravans, RV’s and tents.
Located only minutes from bustling cafes and restaurants, golf courses, fishing and surfing spots this holiday destination caters for every type of tourist.
A few minutes drive is the world famous Mon Repos, the largest Loggerhead Turtle nesting site on Australia’s east coast. The coastal fringe offers fantastic dive sites and access to Lady Elliot and Lady Musgrave islands where you can explore some of the world heritage listed Great Barrier Reef.
Make your reservation today by calling our friendly Bargara Beach Caravan Park Reservations Team on 07 4159 2228 or express your interest by enquiring online.
The Great Barrier Reef is the world's largest living coral reef ecosystem at an enormous 2300km long, stretching from the tip of Cape York Peninsula south to Bundaberg. The reef is made up of over 2900 smaller reefs with over 400 different species of coral. The reef is also home to a range of sea creatures including more than 1500 species of fish, 215 species of birds and 6 species of turtles.
The best way to discover the beauty of the Great Barrier Reef is by diving or snorkelling. Bargara is located at the southern tip of the Great Barrier Reef and has world class diving and snorkelling spots right on the shoreline. Diving and snorkelling is also available on the two islands, Lady Musgrave and Lady Elliot. Our tour booking office can organize both of these activities including the hire of equipment and qualified instructors.
If you'd like to get a broader view of the Great Barrier Reef then why not take a cruise to one the islands.