Top Parks with Top Kids Facilities

Published 28 Sep 2018 by Top Parks  | Last Updated: 02 Oct 2018

Kids playing mini golf among the palm trees.

Kids playing mini golf among the palm trees at Brisbane Holiday Village

Like our children, we love all of our parks equally. But if you're having a hard time choosing exactly where to go on your next family holiday, here are a few TOP spots with facilities to keep kids as happy as can be. 

Halls Gap Lakeside Tourist Park
Where: Halls Gap, VIC



Set in a valley, Halls Gap Lakeside Tourist Park in the Grampians is a true mountain getaway. After getting your hiking boots dusty on long hikes, the park will make you feel like you’re in camping luxury. Kids can greet the kangaroos and cockatoos around the park, bounce on the spring-free trampoline, and paddle around in the wood fire-heated pool. Need something to do while the little ones are busy playing? Book a massage with the park!

Find out more and book: http://bit.ly/2sBQXuc
Angelsea Family Caravan Park (VIC)
Where: Angelsea, VIC



The Great Ocean Road is a worthwhile trip before the kids grow up too quickly – what with the dramatic cliffs, the stunning seascapes and Angelsea Family Caravan Park along this once-in-a-lifetime journey. The park is a mecca for families (there’s a reason it’s in the name!). If you’ve got the next potential golfing champ, go for a swing on the park’s mini golf course. The seasonal, heated outdoor swimming pool includes a shallow toddler section - perfect for kids of all ages. What’s close by that’ll make you the coolest parents EVER? Explore the showroom of Great Ocean Road Chocolaterie & Ice Creamery with thousands of chocolates lining the walls.

Find out more and book: http://bit.ly/2NukxxC
Great Aussie Holiday Park (NSW)
Where: Bowna, NSW


Why visit Lake Hume? You can learn how to sail, throw a line in and catch cod or redfin, try paddleboarding or simply relax by the water with a picnic. Believe us when we say another big reason to visit is just for Great Aussie Holiday Park. They’ve got movie nights, an adventure playground, and seasonal waterspray park and swimming pool. If you want to score the best spot in the park for your family holiday, lock in a lake view camping site or villa. Dinner tastes even better with views like these.

Find out more and book: http://bit.ly/2wCkmX4
Kings Point Retreat (NSW)
Where: Ulladulla, NSW


It’s not every day you find a park that allows you to bring your pooch onto the site and into a cabin. At Kings Point Retreat, even the family pet will be happy as can be. Kids can use the best of their imagination to act like kings, queens and jesters on the castle-themed playground. Are they hoping to play in the water, too? The waterslides are a splashtacular ride, especially during the warmer months, and the park is mere minutes from swimming, water skiing and fishing on Burrill Lake.

Find out more and book: http://bit.ly/2wW1m6n
Blue Dolphin Holiday Resort (NSW)
Where: Yamba, NSW


Looking for a holiday out of Sydney? Travel north to Yamba along the mouth of the Clarence River. Among 15 acres of lush, landscaped gardens is the Blue Dolphin Holiday Resort with accommodation to suit every family’s budget. Whizzing around go karts is a favourite pastime, right up there with the waterslides, river access and waterpark. If you’re looking to venture out of the easy comforts of the park, check out the historic Yamba Lighthouse and the wildflowers blooming on the Yuraygir coastal walk.

Find out more and book: http://bit.ly/2N3M0qk
Nobby Beach Holiday Village (QLD)
Where: Miami, QLD


Word’s out that the theme parks, close animal encounters and amazing beaches make the Gold Coast an exciting family holiday destination. From start to finish, your days are set to be a breeze at Nobby Beach Holiday Village: state-of-the-art camp kitchen, playground, a mega waterslide and cosy villas and cabins. Our Deluxe Villas are a popular home away from home with air-conditioning and a beautiful deck fitted with private BBQ. See yourself as a bit of a treasure hunter? Surfers Paradise Beachfront Markets offer more than 120 market stalls to peruse showcasing the best locally-crafted products.

Find out more and book: http://bit.ly/2Lz1ZeD
Mandalay Holiday Resort (WA)
Where: Broadwater, WA


You’ve seen those photos of Geographe Bay with the vibrant blue water and the longest wooden jetty in the world – it’s spectacular. What if we told you we were just a few minutes’ walk from the bay and the beach? Situated in the heart of a food and wine paradise, the Margaret River region surrounds you at Mandalay Holiday Resort. Don’t forget to bring your fishing line, with a fish cleaning station at the park itself. The four adventure playgrounds are as wild as they sound and the giant jumping pillow is fun for all ages (including you, the young at heart). A spot for the photo albums? Visit Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse and learn about the local maritime history.

Find out more and book: http://bit.ly/2MZNHFt
Berri Riverside Holiday Park (SA)
Where: Berri, SA


The Riverland is where South Aussies go to reconnect with the Murray and family. Centrally located in the region, Berri Riverside Holiday Park is an easy getaway from Adelaide or Mildura. The boat ramp is only 250 metres away, which means all of your kayaking, water skiing and boating adventures are a quick stroll from the park. Want to wade in the water without leaving the park? Relax in the large beach pool when it’s a scorcher. For a day trip, Monash Adventure Park is one of the most popular attractions in the region with a wave bridge, flying fox and more.

Find out more and book: http://bit.ly/2QjjcIA
Karrinyup Waters Resort (WA)
Where: Gwelup, WA


Fifteen minutes north of Perth and you’re at this peaceful lakeside retreat. The environment is host to a birder’s paradise: over 70 types of birds living by the water. Karrinyup Waters Resort has one of the largest pool areas in greater Perth, complete with solar-heated pool, heated lap and children’s pools and spa. Does your family love to hibernate with a movie night? All of the cabins and units have a TV and DVD player, and better yet the park has a stellar selection of movies. Lucky you’re in Perth, so there is plenty to do. The Perth Zoo is home to over a thousand animals, like the little but loud boobook owl, the water-loving Sumatran tiger, and the bearded emperor tamarin monkey.

Find out more and book: http://bit.ly/2oVdSyE
Brisbane Holiday Village (QLD)
Where: Eight Mile Plains, QLD


Don’t pass up on a holiday in the Sunshine State’s capital city. They have the buzzing Southbank, the Botanic Gardens with a trail where kids can look out for native animals, parks to have picnics in and the spectacular Brisbane Holiday Village. The park is the destination in itself, with an 18-hole mini golf course, bird feedings, a bike track, and playgrounds. For a quick feed, there’s even an in-park restaurant that offers all of the happy holiday staples: ham & cheese sammies, bangers & mash and lamb snags. Whether you want a verandah to watch your little ones play or a spacious slab site to set-up the van, the park has a variety of accommodation options that suit every traveller.

Find out more and book: http://bit.ly/2NmIy6I