Sunshine Coast Holiday Parks

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update


What’s changed from 1am AEST 20 December 2020

  • The Queensland border is closed to anyone who has been in a COVID-19 hotspot in the last 14 days or since the hotspot was declared (whichever is shorter). Currently specific parts of New South Wales are hotspots.
  • Anyone who has been overseas in the last 14 days must follow the Quarantine for International Arrivals Direction.
  • Anyone travelling to Queensland who has been in NSW at any time since 1am Friday 11 December must complete a Queensland Border Declaration Pass before they enter Queensland.
  • Anyone who is already in Queensland that has been in Greater Sydney or the Central Coast at any time since 1am Friday 11 December should get a test and quarantine in their home or accommodation until they receive a negative result.
  • See the Local Government Areas that comprise Greater Sydney.

"From midnight 16 November 2020 following a number of cases of community transmission in Adelaide, 20 Local Government areas in South Australia (which essentially make up the Greater Adelaide area) were declared COVID hotspots. The Chief Health Officers has advised that any person has been in Adelaide since Monday 9 November 2020 and that is now in Queensland, should immediately get tested, even if they no symptoms, and should stay isolated where they are until 23 November 2020 (14 days since Monday 9 November 2020)"

"From 1:00am 3 November 2020 - Visitors and returned travellers from New South Wales (excluding people who have been in the 32 Sydney Local Government Area identified as hotspots in the last 14 days) can enter Queensland with a valid Queensland Border Declaration Pass without having to complete mandatory  quarantine" 

"From 12:00pm Friday 3 July 2020 All parts of Victoria are considered COVID-19 hotspots."

 Refund Policy – additional relaxed measures announced

 If your stay has been cancelled due to the Federal Government directive, you will be entitled to a full refund or credit (if you prefer).


To protect our vulnerable residents and essential travel guests, under no circumstances, will guests be able to self isolate at our Holiday Parks.


Our front reception teams are working hard to make additional flexible options for check in/out. We are encouraging guests to take up the option of finalising payments in advance over the phone and receive their boom gate, site number and amenities codes remotely.

 Social Distancing in our facilities at our Holiday Parks

  • For the safety of all our guests, social distancing within buildings and amenities will be will be observed. For those guests who have access to their own on-site facilities, we encourage them to use these, rather than the public facilities.
  • All camp kitchens / BBQ’s will have limited number of people (based on 1 person per 4 square metres
  • All common areas such as pools, tennis courts, playgrounds, games rooms, etc. will have restricted use

  Respect towards our staff

Our dedicated staff are doing their very best under the fast moving and overwhelming changes that are occurring. A thank you to all those who have shown patience, understanding and compassion towards our teams.


The benefit of staying in a cabin, in your own caravan or in your own tent is that you are largely in control of your own hygiene. For shared areas, please ensure that you are taking hygiene seriously including washing hands upon entry and exit of the amenities and laundry buildings. Also, please do not forget that the boom gate keypads are shared, please ensure you use sanitiser before and after use.

 There are 5 ways we can all help stop the spread of viruses

  1. Clean your hands regularly with soap and water or alcohol-based hand rubs.
  2. Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue or bent elbow when coughing or sneezing.
  3. Avoid touching your face, nose and mouth. And avoid shaking hands.
  4. Stay home if you are unwell.
  5. Avoid contact with anyone who is unwell – try to stay 1.5m away from anyone coughing or sneezing.


Your Naturally Relaxing Sunshine Coast Holiday Destination

The Sunshine Coast is aptly named: this stunning stretch of coastline basks in Australia’s most temperate weather making it a relaxing holiday destination in any season.

Its beaches, from Coolum in the north to Caloundra in the south, are some of the best in the country, arcs of golden sand lapped by the revitalising waters of the Pacific Ocean.

And its hinterland, incorporating such natural wonders as the Glasshouse Mountains and the Blackall Range, will rejuvenate the most jaded of travellers.

If you enjoy the ambience of an open-air market, then the Sunshine Coast has some of the best, including the famous Eumundi Markets.

And at Australia Zoo you’ll have a chance to get close to some of our more exotic residents.

Though only 100km from Brisbane, and an easy trip by road or rail, the Sunshine Coast boasts its own airport at Maroochydore with direct flights from Sydney and Melbourne.

Easy to get to, even easier to love, the Sunshine Coast is, indeed, naturally refreshing.

All the Sunshine Coast Holiday Parks are conveniently located, allowing guests direct access to sun, sand and surf.

Whatever your interest - swimming, surfing, boating, fishing, bushwalking or just kicking back on the beach, there’s a park that’s the right fit for you.

It doesn’t matter if you are a camper, a caravanner, or prefer the luxury of a villa our parks will take the hassle out of your holiday.



Sunshine Coast Holiday Parks - naturally relaxing



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