Our holiday park is set on a sprawling 32 acres and is home to an abundance of local wildlife.
As you walk around the grounds you may spot one of our resident koalas, or a kangaroo. You can check out the mix of birdlife that roam the park or view one of two tropical fish tanks. And Saltwater creek runs through the park which is full of many different fish.
It's a wonderful opportunity for kids to observe animals in their natural habitat, as they go about their day.
Check out the information below about the animals onsite, and download the booklets to learn more about our wildlife.
The park is home to a family of kangaroos, that play around the back of the park. You can usually see them early in the morning, and early evening as they come out for feeding time.
Kangaroos, with their powerful legs and iconic leaps, symbolize the vast and diverse landscapes of Australia. These marsupials are not only fascinating but also play a crucial role in their ecosystems.
Download the booklet, to learn about where kangaroos live, what they eat, their habitat, and how they interact with each other. Learn about kangaroo conservation and how we can educate ourselves about the importance of protecting these unique creatures.
If you look up into the trees, you might be luckily enough to spot one of the few koalas that live in the park. They don't hang around in one tree for long - one day you'll see them, then the next day they've moved.
Koalas, with their cuddly appearance and endearing nature, have captured the hearts of people worldwide. Native to Australia, these marsupials are not only iconic but also play a vital role in their ecosystem.
Download the booklet, to learn about where koalas live, what they eat, their habitat, and how they interact with each other. Learn about koala conservation and how we can educate ourselves about the importance of protecting these unique creatures.
Welcome to the wonderful world of tropical fish! Prepare to embark on a fascinating journey into the depths of aquatic beauty and vibrant colours.
From the tranquil waters of the tropics, these captivating creatures have captured the hearts of fish enthusiasts worldwide. Dive into a mesmerizing realm where vibrant blue tang gracefully glides through the water, brilliant chromis flaunt their blue/green scales, and watch nemo and dory ''just keep swimming".
Download the booklet and prepare to be enchanted by the wonders that await in the wonderful world of tropical fish.
Saltwater fish are a fascinating group of species that inhabit the vast and dynamic marine environments around the world. They have evolved various adaptations to thrive in the saline waters of oceans, seas, and estuaries. Saltwater fish display incredible diversity in size, shape, coloration, and behaviour.
Saltwater fish play vital roles in marine ecosystems as key predators, prey, and contributors to nutrient cycling. They provide valuable food resources for humans, support coastal economies through fishing and tourism, and serve as indicators of the overall health of marine environments.
Download the booklet to understand and learn how preserving these remarkable creatures is essential for the sustainability of our oceans and the countless species that depend on them.
Observing the birdlife at the park can be a tranquil and educational experience. You can take leisurely walks through the park's gardens, sit by the water, or simply relax at your campsite or cabin while enjoying the melodies and sights of these feathered residents. To make the most of your birdwatching experience, consider bringing binoculars and a field guide to identify the different species you encounter.
Nestled within the stunning Gold Coast region of Australia, this holiday park offers a unique opportunity to observe a diverse array of bird species in their natural habitat. Whether you're an avid birdwatcher or just someone looking to appreciate the beauty of nature, the birdlife at this park is sure to captivate your senses.
Download the booklet to learn about the wide range of birdlife here in our park.