Sunshine Coast Holiday Parks - Naturally Relaxing
Sunshine Coast Holiday Parks
Mudjimba Beach Holiday Park
Camping at Mudjimba has gone classy with the shiny new amenity and modern camp kitchen due to open within the week.
 Located in the vicinity of 46 large 10x10m sites, the new facility completes and compliments the space. This area has access to the beach via a walkway and the sites are suitable for vans, motorhomes, tents and campertrailers.
It will make a convenient social hub for groups and allow fellow campers to meet and mingle.
When you want to stretch your legs away from the camp site there are plenty of walking trails from scenic look outs and waterfalls to coastal tracks and peaceful forest trails, all within a 30 minute drive. Our winter months are a perfect time to explore our local natural environment.
Click here for the walking track guide.
Here’s Cheers from the Mudjimba team, in the heart of the Sunshine Coast.
Mudjimba Beach Holiday Park
Mudjimba Beach Holiday Park
Cotton Tree Holiday Park
Winter bookings 2018 (June July August Sept) - If you are thinking of a winter escape,
make a reservation soon as we are filling up fast!
How about a brief early history of the park?
History of the Cotton Tree Caravan Park - Part 1:  
The lower reaches of the Maroochy River began to develop as a place of resort in the 1880s. On the southern bank at its mouth, where Cotton Tree Holiday Park is sited, a 215 acre Wharf and Water reserve was gazetted in 1873. Holiday makers informally camped on the reserve among the native Cotton trees (Hibiscus tiliaceus).
The use of the reserve, adjacent to a calm, shallow stretch of the river, reflected the preferences of the Victorian era for seaside swimming, boating and fishing. Similar locations for resort on the North Coast developed in the same period at Caloundra and Tewantin. The Salvation Army established the area as a well known resort location.
A yearly 'Maroochy Heads encampment' was organised over the short break between Christmas and the New Year. The encampment provided a range of religious and leisure activities for local settlers and South Sea Islanders working on sugar cane farms at nearby Buderim, with alcohol, gambling and dancing prohibited. The first reported encampment was in 1896, when over 200 people stayed on the reserve.
Later advertising by the Salvation Army suggests the encampment may have begun as early as 1888. The encampment became a popular annual event. Over Christmas 1905, 400 people camped on the reserve. The surf beach immediately south of the river mouth gradually became more popular for swimming and in 1908 a life saving reel was installed. While the resort charms of the Maroochy region gained wider exposure in the 1900s and outside tourists became more common, campers were predominantly from the Blackall Range and districts surrounding Nambour until the interwar period.
Cotton Tree Holiday Park
Upcoming Events:
The Big Pineapple Fields

27 May 2018
Maleny Botanic Gardens and Birdworld, 233 Maleny Stanley River Road, Maleny, 4552
Dog Friendly Parks
Coolum Beach Holiday Park and Mudjimba Beach Holiday Park continue to provide a dog friendly policy at their respective parks. Contact the park to make an application.
Sunshine Coast Tours and Attractions
There are many things to do on the Sunshine Coast.
Click the link below to see a range of tours and attractions that are available.
Sunshine Coast Holiday Parks, Sunshine Coast, 4560