We usually go off the grid camping, no power, remote and not many people. Our neighbours who also have a Jayco pop top are the complete opposite, we joined them for our first “tourist park” experience. Agnes Waters Beach Holidays did not disappoint. The location of the park is AMAZING – absolute beach front and we loved it and will be back.
Agnes Waters is 4.5 to 5 hours from Maroochydore. Travel time depends on traffic & roadworks on the Bruce highway. You can either go via Bundaberg or go further north to Miriam Vale – much the same, I prefer Miriam Vale as we were towing so less windy roads. There are lots of great towns to stop at along the way and stretch your legs or enjoy a pie and sweetie at one of the many great country bakeries.
Agnes Waters Beach Holidays as all the accommodation options covered – park map is here
- Bungalow on the Beach – couples only but seriously gorgeous.
- Treetop Safari Tents
- Breakers Safari Tents
- 2 Bedroom Apartments
- Studio Apartments
- Jeffery’s House (sleeps 12)
We were in site 51 – powered caravan site, we had beach views and a shady grassed area close by for an afternoon soccer match.
What we loved
- Location, Location, Location
- Cafe – great for morning coffee or lunch
- Dog-Friendly – the campground is dog-friendly but the beach where the surf life-saving flags are is not (further North is) when we hit the beach we tied the dog up on the grassed area between beach and campground
- Amenities – modern and clean
- Accommodation options – if I didn’t have kids I would be in that bungalow on the beach
- Walk or Bike Ride to town for shops, bottle-o or great restaurants
- Wooden structures for the kids to climb on in front of cafe & playground about 5min walk away
Room for improvement
- Camp Kitchen could do with an update
Things to do
- Beach, right at our door step we spent most of our time at the beach – Surfing, Swimming, Building Walks and Morning Walks
- Agnes Waters Museum – a small museum but the kids had fun
- Night-Time Crab Hunting on the beach – grab some torches and head to the beach at night
- Stand-Up Paddle Board at 1770 – we took our own boards and headed up for the afternoon and to watch the beautiful sunset – you can hire SUPs there to, check out the website here
- LARC Tour of 1770 – lots of fun for the kids, splashing into the water from land
- Explore some other beaches – we drove to into Deep Water National Park and then walked down to Red Rock Walking Trail to Red Rock Beach, we took or portable BBQ and spent the morning on the beach
- There is loads more to do in Agnes Waters – check out the other activities on there tourism website here
We will be going back to Agnes Waters soon – is there anything else you would recommend we check out?
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