Cape Palmerston Holiday Park has been established on 63 acres, adjacent to the beach at the northern end of the Isaac Coast. The Park is situated 10 km east of the Bruce Highway from Ilbilbie (turn at Service Station) and is accessed via all-weather, sealed Greenhill Road.
Cape Palmerston Holiday Park, set adjacent to a quiet, secluded beach, is a unique getaway isolated from the hustle and bustle of city life. The rural outlook towards the distinctive 344m Mt Funnel creates a relaxing atmosphere that lets you re-energize and reinvigorate. Kangaroos and wallabies graze the open grasslands whilst many species of birds inhabit the coastal woodlands.
Caravans, RVs, motorhomes, and campers are all warmly welcomed and encouraged to come and enjoy this largely undeveloped area. Spacious drive-through sites make parking your holiday home trouble-free, allowing more time to enjoy the natural beauty of the area.
Friendly, quiet park with first-class amenities in a rural setting. Mountain views, only 100m nature walk to a lovely secluded beach and tidal creek, ideal for fishing, crabbing, and beach activities. Also bird-watching. Close to Cape Palmerston NP for short 4WD trips. Directions: turn east at United Service Station, Ilbilbie onto Greenhill Rd, after approx 10km turn left. Reception – 300mts. Supermarkets & chemists 30 mins away at Sarina. GPS -21.674, 149.443
Beaches and birdwatching, fishing and crabbing, national parks, and four-wheel-driving make your stay as relaxing or as adventurous as you please. Explore the islands of the nearby Northumberland Isles in the Coral Sea or just put down an anchor and lazily fish or snorkel the shoals. Take the nature walk through to the beach and either set up a towel and watch the gentle hypnotic waves roll in or beachcomb the tide line to Knobler’s Creek. Get up early and watch the sunrise over the ocean or enjoy your sundowners with friends at your side while enjoying the sun setting over Mt Funnel. A nighttime stroll to the beach through the nature walk will give you magical glimpses of the elusive fireflies that inhabit the area.