Welcome to Ocean View Tourist Park
Ocean View Caravan & Tourist Park is nestled in the beautiful Sunshine Coast Hinterland at Mt Mellum in Landsborough, Queensland.
Our park is a small friendly tourist park in the heart of the Hinterland with panoramic views out over the Caloundra and Bribie Island coastlines. We are close to all the tourist must do’s, including stunning Glasshouse Mountains scenery, waterfalls, coffee, crafts and the world famous Australia Zoo.
We currently have 27 caravan sites with more underway. Choose between slab sites, all grass sites or easy reverse sites with a concrete wheel track and views out to Bribie Island. Throw in a very popular ‘happy hour’ deck, new camp kitchen, resort style club/function room (group booking), and don’t forget Site 20 with its own personal deck.
We pride ourselves on our very neat and tidy dog-friendly park, with amenities cleaned 7 days per week, and lovely lawns and gardens with over 250 shrubs, flowering trees, and palms planted in the last 12 months. Birds that frequent the park include lorikeets, rosellas, galahs, sulphur crested cockatoos, orioles, magpies, butcherbirds, currawongs, yellow & white tailed black cockatoos, blue faced honey eaters, mynas, wood ducks.
If you are staying at Ocean View, you could go somewhere different everyday for a month, and you are probably half way there. Stretch your legs a bit and bring your mountain bike, hiking boots or kayak. Quench your thirst for boutique breweries, wine tasting, authentic coffee or fresh and healthy fruit juices.
Bring the camera and binoculars, capture that perfect sunrise, sunset, stunning scenery, abundant bird and wildlife. Dose up on retail therapy in craft shops, clock shops, art shops, dress shops, shoe shops and more. Fill up at award winning restaurants, wood fired pizza, local pubs, or take away famous fish and chips, and tongue-tickling cuisine from Italy, Greece, India, China and Australia. Or maybe just relax with a book, wordfinder or suduko on the main or upper deck.
Feel like a chat? Ask Pete about catching barra in the Pentacost, wet bum in Tunnel Creek, broken caravan springs between Kingoonya and Wirrulia, dog fights in the Blue Heeler pub, Balladonia Track, and Black Mans Gap. Pete is ex RAAF, 1967 to 1976, 21 intake, ‘Hedgehogs’.
Bev welcomes all comers into the ‘operation room’ for tips and advice, brochures and directions, timetables and ticket sales, local eatery menus, gas and ice sales, internet and phone recharge, and laundry coins.