Caravan parks near Brisbane don’t get more luxurious than Scarborough Village Holiday Park situated by the Scarborough Marina, next door to a café, parklands and a kids playground, a short drive from the heart of Redcliffe.
Adjoining a council park on one side and Moreton Bay Boat Club on the other, only 400 metres from the famous ‘Morgan’s Seafood Restaurant’, Scarborough Village is a place where holiday memories are happily made.
This modern and well-kept caravan park offers all the mod-cons you need – each Bahaman-styled villa is decked out with a queen bed and 2 bunk beds, a fully equipped kitchen, dining table and chairs, air-con, TV & DVD player, lounge, outdoor deck and more, while the caravan sites offer guests the use of modern amenities and laundry facilities.
There’s loads to do along the Redcliffe peninsula from Scarborough down towards Woody Point.
You can join a fishing charter from the marina, or take the kids swimming in the calm waters of Scarborough Beach, followed by playtime at Pirate Park, or head further south to find Suttons Beach and Margate Beach, or Settlement Cove Lagoon and more parks in Clontarf and Woody Point, along with the HMQS Gayundah shipwreck.
If you find yourself on Redcliffe Parade, take a walk through Bee Gees Way, check out Redcliffe Dimensions, Moreton Bay Region’s first 7D cinema, visit the Redcliffe Jetty Markets (Sundays from 8am to 2pm) and grab a bite to eat from one of the many cafes and restaurants along the waterfront strip.
Sites available: 2 bedroom villas (can accommodate up to 6 people), and caravan sites. Minimum 2 night stays.
Facilities: Shower, laundry, toilets, showers, undercover BBQ, recreational facilities, an onsite café/coffee shop, BBQ cabana, and large grassed play area
Location: Reef Point Esplanade, Scarborough, QLD 4020
Tourist information: Visit Redcliffe Visitor Information Centre for more info on what to see and do around the area and major local events.
NO PETS ALLOWED
Reef Point Esplanade, Scarborough QLD, Australia
07 3203 8864
Public holidays may vary
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