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Beachside At Bargara Beach Caravan Park

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In South East Queensland at the southern end of the Great Barrier Reef, you’ll find yourself at the beautiful Bargara Beach. With everything you could want out of a holiday destination, the Campr team has found the best beachside accommodation for you, Bargara Beach Caravan Park. Located only minutes from the town centre, Bargara Beach Caravan Park caters for everyone. The best beachside accommodation is at Bargara Beach Caravan Park!

For Campers

For great Bargara Camping, the park provides sites of decent size and location. You’ll be able to fit your whole clan in for a trip away. Campers have access to both powered and unpowered sites depending on your camping needs and can even use the camp kitchen equipped with a fridge, microwave, cooktops, barbecues and washing up facilities.

For Caravanners

The Bargara Caravanning experience at the caravan park is ideal for all types of caravanners. With access to your choice of concrete slabs for your annex or an open grass area, the park caters for all caravans as well as large RVs and 5th Wheelers.

Bargara Caravanning Experience

For Glampers

If you don’t have a tent or a caravan, the park has you covered with their cosy bungalows. Take your pick between the 1-2 bedroom cabins and enjoy a little beach luxury.

Check out our Campr series episode on Bargara Beach Caravan Park to see more of this perfect holiday destination.

Things To Do At Bargara Beach

Bargara is the best spot for surfing, swimming and relaxing. There are plenty of things to enjoy with a range of cafes, restaurants, golf courses, and great fishing spots. Aside from checking out the incredible main streets and beaches, we’ve compiled a list of things to do in the surrounds.

Bargara Beach has some serious surf

Mon Repos

Mon Repos is an absolute must-visit from November to March and is not far from Bargara Beach. It’s a great trip for families and anyone with a keen interest in wildlife. Mon Repos Turtle Sanctuary is a rookery dedicated to helping the loggerhead turtles and protecting baby hatchlings. When visiting you can go out watch the hatch, and help protect them by making them make it to the water. It’s an experience you’re not likely to forget. 

Lady Musgrave Island

Always wanted to explore the Great Barrier Reef but not wanted to travel all the way up north? Lady Musgrave Island is not far from Bargara Beach and a quick boat trip will have you exploring the Southern End of the Great Barrier Reef. Turtles, coral reef, picturesque beaches and more are just a short trip from Bargara Beach

Bundaberg Brewed Drinks & Rum Distillery

The Bundaberg Ginger Beer is an Australian icon and its brewery is a great place to learn more about the area. Only a short drive from the Bargara Beach Caravan Park, Bundaberg Brewed Drinks offers tours of the Bundaberg Barrel with tasting sessions where you can try all the products and find out which one is your favourite. Of course, if you’re interested in the history of Bundaberg and alcohol, a visit to the Bundaberg Rum Distillery may be right up your alley. This tour is available for those with kids and is a great experience for them. 

The Port Marina & Barolin Rocks

A quick drive from Bargara Beach is two marinas that offer two very different experiences but are definitely worth a visit. The Port Marina is a relaxing harbour where you can enjoy the view of the water and chow down on some fish and chips. The Woongarra Marine Park has an easy access shore dive called Barolin Rocks. Barolin Rocks are one of the only places in Queensland where there has been a sighting of a dugong. There is also plenty of underwater marine life such as turtles, corals, reef fish and more.

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.