Brisbane Holiday Village
Planning a trip to Brisbane? You can crash at Brisbane Holiday Village, which is the ideal accommodation for anyone who wants to make the most of their vacation time. Just at a distance of 15 minutes from the Central Business District (popularly called CBD) and 20 minutes from a lot of other exciting tourist spots such as Movie World and Whitewater World, it is feasible to explore Brisbane from Brisbane Holiday Village Caravan Park. You get to stay at a spacious, beautifully done up accommodation which offers variety of options in cabins and for caravans such as:
- Short-term holiday cabins
- Long-term cabins
- Corporate cabins
- Extra-large ensuite sites
- Regular ensuite sites for Caravans
- Caravan powered sites
- Powered camping sites for tents
Also you get to witness the enchanting beauty of Brisbane’s unpowered tropical camping sites.
Things to do at Brisbane Holiday Village
It is one the best Caravan Parks in Queensland which lets you enjoy a plethora of fun activities and indulge in the highest level of frolic! Some of the amusing activities that you can undertake include:
1. Letting your hair down in the theme parks!
With the best of theme parks like Wet n Wild and Dreamworld just at a distance of 25 minutes from Brisbane Holiday Village Caravan Park, you aren’t allowed to miss them! And in case if you have kids accompanying you for the vacation, it makes an ideal thing to do in Brisbane.
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2. Build sand castles at the Gold Coast
Drive with your family to the Gold Coast, which is just a drive for 50 minutes from Brisbane. The high waves, the pristine beach and water activities will keep you entertained for a long time!
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3. Make it a point to visit the South Bank
A trip to the South Bank would ensure that you have one-day full of fun, shopping and some local sightseeing. You can spend some time lurking around the man-made beach which is the center point of Brisbane.
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4. Take your kids out for an educational tour
Don’t miss a trip to the Museum of Brisbane which is an amalgamation of both outdoor fun and indoor learning for you and your kids.
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Plan your trip to Brisbane, Queensland, Australia between March and May which is the autumn season and between July and October which is the winter season in the Southern Hemisphere. Avoid the first two months of the year as the climate in Brisbane is hot and humid.