RV Parks in Maranoa Queensland

If you have a motorhome or caravan, an alternative cut-priced camping option are RV park camp sites in Australia. 

Most only allow self-contained vehicles, as toilet facilities and power are generally not available. They tend not to allow tents or camper trailers. Surfaces vary, but many are bitumen or concrete.

Just use the symbols or the filters to find them in our comprehensive guide books and Camps Australia Wide App!

Here’s a preview of campsites and caravan parks we have found with 30 years of research! Happy camping…

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8 Ball Aitken

10 hours of music at River Heads Rocks, Queensland

8 Ball Aitken The Rolling Stones Experience is coming to the Fraser Coast…. Another fantastic band not to be missed Miz Bully Band are heading down from Darwin, bringing their soulful songstress Miz Bully to set the scene. Held June 26, come along to Fraser Coast RV Park for camping and dancing under the stars. There’s 10 hours of music – with five bands including 8 Ball Aitken, Miz Bully Band & Rolling Stones Experience.  On Friday 25th:  Limited camping sites will be available for the event, usual check in time after 2pm – set up camp – relax around your camp fire (there

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Standown Park QLD

Standown Park, Queensland

Between Gympie and the Cooloola Coast, is a little oasis called Standown Park, QLD site 212 in Camps 11, 256 in Caravan Parks 5 or find it on the Camps Australia Wide App.  As we turned into their road, kangaroos were there to welcome us.  The pet friendly caravan park has powered sites and budget unpowered out of the way sites as there are 18 acres beside forestry, set amongst gardens, wide open spaces and memorial walls.  Standown is a military term for ‘rest/relax’ and that is exactly what you do here. Independently owned, Pam and Rod Elkington say the property was originally a ginger, pumpkin and watermelon farm

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Eumundi RV Stop Over

Eumundi RV Stop Over: top spot but still closed, Queensland

On our way back home, we stopped into the Eumundi Markets and the Eumundi RV Stop Over. We noted it says it is still closed due to COVID (which you will see on the Camps Australia Wide App), so we put in a query. Here’s there reply, that they are: “just not an RV park but also a very busy car park on market days. We have plans to re-open over coming months and once we do, we will be putting the information up on our website…. We are limited to 20 per night…” We thought it looked a great

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CMCA RV Park Geeveston

Heritage Park is now CMCA RV Park Geeveston, Tasmania

Heritage Park Geeveston has had a name change, following its closure by council and new management by CMCA. Now called CMCA RV Park Geeveston – it is still on Arve Road opposite the roadhouse now with the addition of a Custodian.  The previous facilities, bbq’s, picnic tables, bins, playground and shelters are not within the site but are still available at the park next door.   Situated on the banks of the Kermandie River  this is the most southerly of all CMCA RV parks. This quiet park is within the Heritage Park precinct which includes public amenities and off-leash dog park

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Changes for Renmark Paringa RV Parks, South Australia

Plushs Bend RV Park Online bookings are now live for Renmark Paringa’s RV Parks and Campgrounds – Plush’s Bend, SS Ellen Park and TM Price Rotary Park. Time limits and type of camping have been changed as well. In all 3 sites, dogs on leash only, check In from 1pm and check out by 11am. There are no portable toilets allowed and sites close to the Murray River are for self contained vehicles (caravans and RVs) only – where grey water is contained. Following is an overview of the RV Parks and Campgrounds in the Renmark Paringa district (effective 16

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Hughes Engine House, Moonta Mines - image Copper Coast Visitor Information Centre

Walk through history at Moonta RV Overnight Stop

Overall view of the park with van – image G&J Gardiner Our roving CAMPS researchers, Judy and Graham Gardiner shared their stay at Kinto Park, Moonta.  Kinto Park is a large grassed shady area, right at the edge of Moonta, a lovely country town with historic buildings and pleasant parks.  Self-contained vehicles only. Showers and toilets are available a few blocks away.  Great place, but please note, it can get crowded and there is an Overflow Area across the road (please abide by the signs). It is for self-contained RVs, and please remember to give your donation for upkeep of this

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