Bells Caravan Park is a small park suitable for the travelling tourist in a superb location straight opposite Bells Beach.
Take a walk along the waterfront or have a fish from the nearby Hornibrook bridge fishing platform. Enjoy a relaxing barbeque or head to the nearby bowls club for a meal. A takeaway store is also located next door.
For caravan parks near Brisbane city head to Bells Caravan Park along the Redcliffe peninsula in Clontarf. This Moreton Bay Regional Council operated caravan park is situated opposite Bells Beach, a popular jet-skiing and windsurfing spot.
Wotif has plenty of Six Bells caravan camping options, which lets you strike that rare balance between the Great Outdoors and its cousin, the Great Indoors. You didn’t travel to Six Bells to stay cooped up in a hotel all day, though. We know you like to get out and sightsee as much as you can. And when you’re done exploring Six Bells you’ll find the caravan sites have all the amenities you’ll need to stay comfortable—and make heaps of new friends. One of the best parts of campervanning are the connections you’ll forge with fellow travellers. Grab afternoon tea with the retirees in the next lot as the kids play with their mates. Not only can you enjoy a splash in the ocean waters right on the park’s doorstep, but you can also take a stroll or cycle along the shared pathway which extends to the Woody Point Jetty in the east, and to the Hornibrook Bridge fishing platform to the west.
Bells Caravan Park is situated in 39 Thompson Crescent, Clontarf. Clontarf is a lovely srea with nice views of Morten Bay. The park is not large and powered sites are scattered among permanent vans. The park is currently having a big makeover after being taken over by Moreton Bay Council. A resident manager is on site. Bookings can be made by telephoning the park and please tell them that you have seen their photos on Caravan Park Photos.