Welcome to Mooloolaba Beach Holiday Park
Mooloolaba Beach Holiday Park is situated with direct access to the most spectacular beach on the Queensland Coast which is Lifeguard Patrolled 365 days per year. The holiday Park is next to Mooloolaba Beach surf club and opposite Sea Life Aquarium (formarly known as Underwater World), and the Mooloolaba wharf precinct. Walking distance to a variety of shops and restaurants. The grounds are fully fenced and boom gate access will ensure a secure stay.
The area offers a wealth of activities including Sea Life Aquarium (formarly known as Underwater World). Visit the Ginger Factory, stroll through the famous Eumundi Markets or dive on the ex-HMAS Brisbane.
Mooloolaba is one of the Sunshine Coast’s most famous beaches and rightly so, with pristine white sand and safe swimming. A medley of jewel like rock pools found at the northern end of the beach will occupy the whole family for hours on end.
Mooloolaba Beach Holiday Park is located on one of the Sunshine Coast’s most famous beaches with pristine white sand and patrolled beaches 365 days a year.
The holiday park has been fully redeveloped in 2019 and all facilities are new, fully serviced powered caravan sites with concrete annex slabs. There is direct access to the beach from the park through a secure gate.
The holiday park has been fully redeveloped in 2019 and all facilities are new, fully serviced powered caravan site with concrete annex slab
Mooloolaba Beach Holiday Park is set on 5 acres of beachfront land adjacent to the Mooloolaba Wharf, surf club, shops and eateries. This family holiday heaven provides prime tourist and camping sites right on the best beach on the Sunshine Coast.
The popular Mooloolaba Holiday Park is being upgraded to ensure it remains a desirable destination for Sunshine Coast visitors. Sunshine Coast Council is delivering a AUD3.8 million contemporary upgrade for this destination-of-choice for caravan and camping enthusiasts. The industry trend for larger caravans, motorhomes and camping trailers requires larger sites and this new upgrade will deliver 60 larger sites, all with improved access, new amenities and improved connections to the beachside boardwalk. The new improved facilities include new decking, an eating area, public amenities and manager’s buildings, a new camp kitchen, and new landscaping. Construction commenced on 1 July 2019 and is expected to be completed in early December prior to the Queensland Christmas school holidays (weather and site conditions permitting). This project, along with the adjacent boardwalk renewal project, has been scheduled to occur outside of the peak summer tourism period. The park will be closed during construction. To book a stay in a Sunshine Coast Holiday Park during this time, consider Dicky Beach, Maroochydore, Cotton Tree, Coolum Beach or Mudjimba Beach Holiday Park.