Fraser Lodge Holiday Park features 2 swimming pools, a tennis court and a jumping cushion. It offers a variety of accommodation options including motel-style rooms and deluxe villas.
Located in Hervey Bay at Torquay, this holiday park is a 250 m walk from the beachfront and the esplanade, which features an array of dining options. It is centrally located close to Hervey Bay’s local attractions and can book activities for guests. Hervey Bay Airport is 10 minutes’ drive away.
This modern accommodation includes a TV, air-conditioning and ceiling fans, kitchen facilities, an en suite bathroom, and bed linen. Guests have access to free BBQs, a TV and Games Room and shared laundry facilities
Discovery Parks is the largest holiday park owner in Australia. Our park locations are diverse and accessible, helping you to enjoy more of our beautiful country, allowing you to create great memories and experiences while you discover what matters.
Often referred to as a jewel in Queensland’s crown, Hervey Bay is 3.5 hours scenic drive north of Brisbane. Set on 8 acres of subtropical gardens, Discovery Parks – Fraser Street in Hervey Bay is a secluded oasis near the world’s largest sand island, Fraser Island. With a choice of cabins, caravan or camping sites the park provides a holiday to suit everyone from families looking to explore or couples who seek a relaxing getaway. For those looking for a luxurious escape the brand new deluxe safari tents offer an incredible glamping experience, or spa cabins featuring a large spa bath and a spacious balcony overlooking the picturesque Sancturary Lagoon is the perfect place to get away from it all and relax.
The backyard is your playground, featuring a tennis court, playground, gigantic bouncing pillow, two swimming pools, pedal karts and heaps of communal spaces like a camp kitchen and picnic spots to bring the whole tribe together and make new friends. Beyond the park there is loads to do and explore. Watch the humpback whales migrating in season, feed the lorikeets twittering in the botanical gardens, or put up your “gone fishin'” sign and cast a line off Urangan Pier.