The Mundubbera Three Rivers Tourist Park offers a diverse range of accommodation for families, business travelers, and tourists including motel-style self-contained units, en-suite cabins, and villas. We also have log cabins, caravan, and camping sites as well as a range of on-site accommodation for short-term seasonal workers. Citrus, table grapes, mangoes, cattle farming, and friendly locals are what Mundubbera is famous for. Only two and a half hours from Bundaberg, Hervey Bay, and Biloela, Mundubbera is the perfect place to visit and explore. | Please note, our new website is coming soon.
Set amidst beautiful surroundings this park caters to every traveler’s needs, with motel style units, cabins and villas, large sites for caravans, big rigs, motorhomes, and campers. Separate accommodation for short and long-term workers. Excellent facilities, kiosk, pool, camp kitchen, secretarial services, dump points, pet-friendly, good mobile phone reception, free WiFi, and only a 10 min walk to town. 1 km off A3 Burnett Hwy. Close to golf, bowls, fishing, and fruit stalls.Free Wifi, Cabins, motel rooms, budget rooms, on-site caravans, camping sites, pool, camp kitchen, laundry, meals available, and much more
Three Rivers Tourist Park in Mundubbera is the gateway to Mundubbera’s Culinary Trail. Just three and a half hours drive from Toowoomba or Rockhampton, the park is situated in the heart of the North Burnett region and is only minutes from the beautiful fresh fruits, vegetables, and nuts grown in the area. The mighty Burnett, the Boyne, and the Auburn are the three rivers that sustain this friendly little community.
This exceptionally well-maintained park offers a diverse range of accommodation including motel-style self-contained units, cabins, and family villas. For the RV enthusiast, there are large, easily accessible powered and unpowered sites, concrete slabs, town water to sites, free wifi, dump points, excellent digital television reception, good coverage for Optus and Telstra phone network, and most importantly, friendly, helpful staff!
The park has two modern amenities blocks; a wheelchair-accessible bathroom, family bathroom, coin-operated laundry, and a large, well-equipped camp kitchen. In the cooler months (May – September) share a story by the communal fire pit from 4 pm. FREE SAUSAGE SIZZLE SUNDAY NIGHTS (July & August). In the warmer months (September – April) cool off in the shaded swimming pool. Treat yourself to dinner from the NEW Three Dishes Café showcasing an array of local ingredients. It is only a short walk to the mighty Burnett river, shops, art gallery, and museum. Citrus, blueberries, table grapes, mangoes, watermelons, pecan nuts, pumpkins, asparagus, and honey is what you may find on your self-drive tour; however, beef, pork, lucerne, and timber milling also keep the region alive. Winter brings a vibrancy of color and nationality to the town as the fruit seasons begin. Mundubbera is one of the friendliest towns along the inland route, let us exceed your expectation and make us part of your journey!