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SOUTH BURNETT HOLIDAY PARK AND CABINS

Homestead Caravan Park is a spacious 7 acre park, situated in Nanango, Queensland, just off the D’Aguilar Highway, where the only noises you hear are the birds and the sounds of nature. It is a quiet friendly park for the whole family.

We are situated with easy access to the town centre, restaurants and local attractions.

HOLIDAY PARK - CABINS, VILLAS, CARAVAN SITES

Relax and have a swim in the large saltwater pool, Explore the surrounding region or just sit back and relax. We offer:
  • Great range - from budget cabins through to family cabins
  • Powered and un-powered sites
  • Disabled facilities
  • A well-equipped camp kitchen
  • Full laundry facilities
  • Dump point
  • Covered barbeque area
  • Your pets are welcome

OVER 50’S RESIDENTIAL VILLAGE

Set in a quiet rural settings, Homestead Residential Village hosts fully self-contained homes, a large BBQ site, a pool, and is close to town and facilities. Why not relax and enjoy a lifestyle in a residential park where all you have to do is your own gardening, swim, enjoy our BBQ facility, and enjoy your home. You will have on site management to arrange the care of the pool, and all surrounding communal areas. We are pet friendly.

Enjoy peace of mind in the beautiful rural atmosphere of Nanango, Queensland!

SO MUCH TO SEE AND DO

Spend your nights under a canopy of a billion stars. Explore nature in the beautiful rural atmosphere of Nanango, Queensland, be romantic or adventures, the choices are endless.

EXPLORE RICH VINEYARDS

Explore rich vineyards and taste your way through Queensland’s newest wine region. Wine is good enough reason to travel! This is certainly the case when it comes to travelling in the beautiful South Burnett region.

OUTDOOR EXPERIENCES

From the mountain peaks to the waters deep, Nanango is an untapped natural wonderland waiting to be explored. Explore the ancient Bunya Mountains, scenic forests and Queensland’s second largest National Park

A HAVEN FOR WILDLIFE

With more than 350 recorded species, the South Burnett is a bird watchers dream. The region is known for the Black-breasted Button-quail and Glossy Black-Cockatoo, but expect to see the likes of the Red-rumped Parrot, Regent Bowerbird and much more...