Welcome to the award winning Kurrimine Beach Holiday Park
Our guests are travellers and holidaymakers who appreciate the village atmosphere that only a small holiday park can offer. Add to this award winning service, cleanliness and excellent value for money you have all the makings of a great holiday - and that’s even before you read about all our great facilities!
Kurrimine Beach is an unspoilt tropical holiday destination. The spirit and hospitality of old North Queensland is still alive in this picturesque fishing hamlet. The quiet, long, beach alongside King Reef is the main attraction and it’s here that you can see Manta Rays trawling the beach shallows and turtles coming in to nest. Pick up a fresh coconut from the palms that line the beach or for the more adventurous go in search of the famous King Reef Painted Cray.
Our holiday park has all the facilities you need for a fun and relaxing holiday:
* Huge saltwater swimming pool with giant inflatable toys
* Fun water park with water slides and tipping bucket
* Jumping pillow
* Fully equipped camp kitchen
* Guest laundry
* Dog hydro-bath & special pet bedding washing machine
* Free weekly morning tea (JUN - SEP)
* Free weekly BBQ (JUN - SEP)
* Walk to the Reef on very low tides
Our small town boasts a winery, a beachfront pub, a cafe, an old fashioned fish & chip shop, a post office, petrol station & general store.
The next time you are in our part of the world, take your time, turn off the highway and drive down our road, you’ll be glad you did...
Your family pets are welcome to stay at this park! (Sites & Cabin/s*)
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- The Feast of the Three saints is held on the first Sunday in May. In over 50 years that this event has been celebrated it has never rained while the Three Saints are paraded through Silkwood streets.
- The Throwing of the Cross, a Greek Orthodox Church tradition,is set for the 12th day of Christmas (i.e. 6th January). Whoever retrieves the cross thrown at Kurrimine Beach is guaranteed good luck for the coming year.
- The Feast of the Senses is held in March in and around Innisfail with lots of goodies to tantalise the five senses with the treasures of the tropics.
- The Mission Beach Film Festival is held in each year in September in Mission Beach with inspirational films, discussions, workshops and events to entertain and inspire us to protect the natural world we live in.
- The Kurrimine Beach Fishing Classic is held annually on the first weekend of the September school holidays.
- Walk to and explore King Reef at New Moon very low tides (usually a 2 - 3 day window each month from May to September).Enjoy horse-riding on scenic Kurrimine Beach. Visit Paronella Park, recently voted the No. 1 thing to do in Queensland - a must see. Spend a day exploring the quirky Canecutter Way. Visit award winning Murdering Point Winery. Check out the fabulous views, in between spotting birds and rainforest insects, on the Mamu Rainforest Canopy Walk. Explore Innisfail, the Art Deco Capital of Australia.Take a fascinating day or twilight tour of Tully Sugar Mill during crushing season.Get your adrenaline pumping with a tandem skydive over Mission Beach.Fun, thrills and spills make for a day you will never forget when white water rafting down the mighty Tully RiverCharter a boat for a day trip to South Bernard Island or the Family Islands group or even camp out overnight.Enjoy a day at an unspoiled reef exploring by glass bottomed boat. Diving and snorkeling are available for the more adventurous.Visit beautiful Josephine Falls and the Golden Hole, at the base of Mount Bartle Frere, Queensland's tallest mountain.Babinda Boulders is a picturesque picnic and swimming spot situated in the shadow of the Bellenden Ker Range.You are almost guaranteed to see a cassowary in pretty Etty Bay.Bird watching paradise at Eubenangee Swamp and Mena Creek.There are several interesting walks in the Mission Beach area. Further afield visit Malanda Falls and Curtain Fig Parks in the southern Atherton Tablelands and the fascinating Herberton Historical Museum. Around the Tully area visit Alligators Nest, Murray Falls, Tully Falls National Park, Mount Tyson and the Misty Mountains wilderness Walks. In the Cardwell area visit the stunning Wallaman and Blencoe Falls.
Additional Notes & Conditions
- Pets are allowed subject to management discretion. Linen can be hired, if required, for our Beach Shacks and for the single beds in ensuite & deluxe cabins. Linen is supplied to the main bed in those cabins and to all beds in the two-bedroom villas & family beach houses.
Published 01 Jul 2016 by Kurrimine Beach Holiday Park
The Kurrimine Beach Holiday Park is situated approximately halfway along the Great Green Way. This is the name given to the 350km stretch of road between Townsville and Cairns. This is a unique part of Australia and an absolutely unique part of North Queensland.