Mackay Parks

Mackay Caravan Parks

For opportunities to get close to nature you will be hard pressed to go past the Mackay region.

The unique and friendly wildlife, coupled with the breathtaking beauty of national parks, beaches, islands and countryside, makes the Mackay Region a nature lover’s dream location.

Visit Cape Hillsborough National Park and experience friendly wallabies and kangaroos that frequent the beach each morning at sunrise.  Keep your eyes peeled and you might see tiger blue butterflies, sand monitors and lots of marine life.

Eungella National Park is Australia’s longest stretch of sub-tropical rainforest, with 860 plant species, 230 bird species and plenty of walking tracks. It is also home to the iconic platypus which can be spotted from the viewing platforms, dipping and diving within the cool waters of Broken River.

Check out the dugongs from the water’s edge at the dugong sanctuary in Clairview, south of Mackay. This location is also the perfect spot to drop a line and hook a fish from the beach or boat.

If wildlife is not your thing you will still find plenty to see and do in Mackay with great food, sites of cultural and heritage interest and plenty of family friendly activities.

There are a great range of caravan parks in and around Mackay with a range of accommodation from powered and unpowered sites through to cabin accommodation to suit all needs.  For more information on what’s on offer please contact the caravan park you are interested in directly.


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