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Glamping & Camping At Agnes Waters Caravan Park

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Agnes Water Beach Holidays is a caravan park located at the southern end of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. The two coastal towns of Agnes Waters and 1770 are well known as holiday destinations to satisfy the whole family. Agnes Water and 1770 both offer pristine beaches and an extensive range of wildlife.

The holiday park has an idyllic beachfront location and offers accommodation with beautiful ocean views. This six-acre park sits amongst rainforest trees and tropical palms which offer shade, tranquillity and privacy. 95% of all caravan sites have concrete slabs and are powered and with water.

Agnes Waters Caravan Park

This 6-acre park offers gardens, established rainforest trees, palms and flowering tropical shrubs for shade. A place where all guests can enjoy privacy and peaceful tranquillity effortlessly next to the beach.

This campground offers spotlessly lean amenities and coin-operated laundry for washing machines and dryers, as well as plenty of clotheslines out in the sun.

Agnes Waters Beach Holidays Caravan Park
Agnes Waters Beach Holidays Caravan Park

 

Camping

The powered campsites have access to power, water, the camp kitchen, laundry and amenities block. If you’re looking for the beach or cafe, they’re only a stone’s throw away from the campgrounds.

If you were planning on having a larger group or wanted to make more room for the family, the park can often add an adjacent campsite to your original booking. They can even accommodate and make family bookings for one campervan and one tent which takes up two sites.

For those who do not need or wish to have a powered site, there are a number of unpowered tent sites available in the shady area in the middle of the park. These unpowered sites also have access to amenities including hot showers, toilets, coin laundry and camp kitchen. Generally suited for small tents and swags, these unpowered sites are great for a more rugged holiday.

Agnes waters camping
enjoy a wide selection of powered and unpowered campsites with brilliant amenities

 

Caravanning

Enjoy concrete slabbed power sites and water, as the Agnes Waters Caravan Parks offers this for 95% of their caravanning sites.

Agnes waters caravan park
Stay in one of the concrete slab sites with available power and water

 

Safari Tents Glamping

These fully self-contained safari tents are built on raised timber decking on the hillsides of the park. These tents offer ocean views where possible and are perfectly set up for couple retreats or family getaways. Choose from a queen tent with two singles, or a queen bed with 3 singles.

Fully furnished these tents are equipt with all the necessary cooking equipment including pots, pans, crockery, cutlery and more. All you’ll need to bring is your packed bag and any beach gear you want.

There are two types of safari tents as the tree tops sit at the back of the park, whilst the breakers, which are low to the ground sit closer to the beach and views.

Glamping at Agnes Water Caravan Park, it doesn’t get much better than this

Bungalows

You can’t get any closer than this in the park as these bungalows are absolutely beachfront. These two-bedroom bungalows are practically on the sand, offering an exclusive and special retreat for couples and small groups.

Each room features king beds, rain showerheads, fluffy dressing gowns, surround sound, and scenic ocean views. The decks out the back of the bungalows offer panoramic views and a perfect spot for a morning cuppa or coffee. Relax and enjoy the luxury by the beach in one of these beauties.

The idyllic beachfront location and ocean views

If you would like to learn more about other glamping getaways, check out Castaways at Moreton.

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Dean Miller - Campr Dean has been a trailblazer in the adventure television space for more than 15 years. With a passion for fishing, forged as a young fella growing up on Groote Eylandt NT, the only thing he loves more than boating, camping and touring is sharing a yarn.
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