In and around Rockhampton Holiday & Caravan Park
There is no better way to begin your exploration of Rockhampton than to drive to the top of its highest peak. From the Mount Archer summit you’ll see spectacular panoramic views of the city, Fitzroy River, the inland ranges and Capricorn Coast.
Featuring a restored steam tram, the Archer Park Rail Museum will take you into Rockhampton's rich history! With a state-of-the-art soundscape of passengers speaking around the train line, you'll find yourself thrown into early 20th century Queensland.
Cruising to Great Keppel Island is half the fun – coral viewing, fish feeding, snorkelling and swimming. When you arrive, enjoy bush walking, bird watching or just sit back and soak in the magnificence of Keppel Bay.
Home to the rare Byfield Fern (Bohemia Serrata). The major waterway, Waterpark Creek, is host to ancient and towering remnant rainforest and many birds and animals. Outstanding coastal scenery, massive sand dunes and rugged pinnacles.
This iconic hotel in the heart of the city holds weekly rodeos for those after a taste of the country. You have to experience the truly Australian atmosphere of The Great Western Hotel, Rockhampton's premier entertainment venue and concert arena.
Queensland's first crocodile farm and home to 3,000 of nature's oldest 'children', weighing in from 100g to 800kg, guided tours are available daily at 10.30am & 1.00pm.
Experience this natural phenomenon at the Capricorn Caves