1770 Camping Ground & Agnes Waters Beach Holiday Park
Make 1770 Camping grounds at Agnes Waters your next holiday! The coastal town of 1770, is located in the Gladstone Region, Queensland. James Cook and the crew of HM Bark Endeavour built 1770 on the site of the Australian second landing in May 1770. An ideal base for reef & estuary fishing, enjoy a day trip on the larc to the historical Bustard Head’s lighthouse or even take a swim just in front of the camp.
However, if you’re interested in somewhere a bit more modern, check out the caravan park in Agnes waters. The Agnes Water Beach Holiday Park is the perfect location for the ultimate beach trip. With easily accessible boat ramps and protected swimming spots for the kids, the Agnes Waters Holiday Park is a great location for the whole family. With 6 acres of garden, campers and caravaners alike can enjoy the privacy and tranquillity of palms, tropical shrubs and rainforest trees for shade.
1770 Camping Grounds
Located on the secluded bay in Round Hill Headland, the campground offers sandy white beaches and beautifully calm waters. Renowned for its reef fishing, 1770 is a gorgeous sleepy town perfect for the fisherman families holiday. Famous for their sunsets, 1770 faces west and has some absolutely spectacular afternoon displays. Perfect for a cool drink by the waters edge at sundown.
With beachfront campfires, a rarity in Queensland, relax and enjoy the toasty warmth of the fire at one of our beachfront site fire pits. Relax along the sands and safely moor your boats in the shallow waters of the bay by their campgrounds. The park mainly catering for campers and Camper vans. The 1770 campgrounds are home to a number of powered sites with beachfront views, water and sullage.
For more information on this gorgeously peaceful place, head to the 1770 camping ground website to find out more and how to book.
Anges Water Beach Holiday Park
If you’re looking for a more modern park with a wider range of accommodation, then check out the Anges Water Beach Holiday Park. From unpowered campsites to powered slab areas, Treetop safari tents, studio apartments and bungalow accommodation. You’ll find it all at the Anges Water Caravan park. In fact, some of the Agnes Water caravan park sites are so close to the water that it might even be possible to cast a line from your caravan! The 1770 camping grounds provide their guests with a range of sites powered and unpowered for tents and caravans.
If you’re looking for somewhere with perfect surf conditions, don’t look any further than Anges beach. Offering extensive rock pools for the kids and some of the best fishing along the East Coast, Anges waters has the lot. The town of 1770 and convenient access to Lady Musgrave and other great barrier reef tours. You’ll really be overwhelmed with the beauty that is 1770.
The Anges Waters Caravan Park even has a newly developed amenities block. At this fantastic location, you’re now equipped with a coin-operated laundry. Guest at the park now have access to washing machines, dryers, and clotheslines. The camping grounds are also pet-friendly, so be sure to check the park’s pet guidelines online. Ensure your furry friend can join the rest of the family on a 1770 getaway.
Learn more about Agnes Waters and the Beach Holiday park here. Learn about all their accommodation options, attractions, tours and more.
Other Campgrounds in 1770
If these two beautifully tranquil 1770 locations don’t catch your interest, there are a number of other camping grounds and caravan parks located in and around Agnes waters and 1770. For information on where to book these other locations, head to the Discover1770.