Moore Park Beach Holiday Park - Moore Park Beach QLD
Moore Park Beach Holiday Park (Formerly Golden Sands Caravan Park) is located at Park Ave - E , Moore Park Beach. There are 68 powered and 20 unpowered sites available for caravans, campers and motorhomes. On site accommodation is also available and may include cabins and on site caravans. The Managers are Di and Don Brickell. We would like to add more information to this description so if you have stayed at this park would you kindly add your own review and comments using the form below. Bookings can be made by telephoning the park and please tell the park that you found them on Caravan Park Photos.
Photos on this page were kindly supplied by our roving reporters Jeff Coppel in June 2012 and John and Joelene in August 2012.
REGION: > QLD > Central Coast > Bundaberg & Wide Bay > Moore Park Beach
What a great find. Moore Park beach Tourist Park is 18k's North from Bundaberg.
The Park has undergone enormous changes since new management have been taken over the day to day management. The Park backs on to Harvey Bay and has lots of open Parkland just outside the Park . A small Shopping complec featuring an IGA Supermarket and a Hardware Store have also opened near by which was badly needed for day to day supplies.
The Park has a relaxed layback feel. The Amenaties blocks have recently been renovated and some sections o9f the Park have access to T.V via cable as reception is otherwise very poor, there are plans to have the whole park on cable soon though.
There is a Bowls Club within easy walking distance that serves meals. There is also a Petrol station and a Tavern a short drive away.
Tf you are after Nightlife then this won't be for you but if you want a quiet holiday at a clean well managed and affordable place close to the beach then this just might suit you.
We have stayed at this park also and love it. Very peaceful with many walks around to do. We had a meal at the club which was very good. Moore Park is also not too far from Bundaberg and there were a few farms on the way in where we could buy fresh vegies and fruit. There is also a large strawberry farm closer to Bundy where you can pick your own berries which were delicious. We will be staying there again.
Yes we agree this is truly a find that is worth a visit. Beats the dog unfriendly site at Bargara. Its got all you need, its clean and very reasonable costs! We will come again and can recommend it to anyone.
John and Joelene
We stayed here with 2 other families over Easter 2012 for 6 nights and had a fantastic time and loved the location, the service and the amenities...the patrolled beach was not crowded and was nice to just walk less than 100mtrs to it.The little IGA was perfect for our supplies and also the garage with bakery. Would highly recommend and is a unknown gem only 20 minutes from Bundy, we loved it so much we have upgraded and got beachfront sites for Easter 2013 which we booked before we left and another 5 families are now joining us.
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