Baffle Creek Nomad Caravan Park

Caravan Park - Queensland

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The secret is out. Until recently very few people had heard of Baffle Creek or what it has to offer. Roughly half-way between Gladstone and Bundaberg is the Baffle Creek Estuary System. Rated as near pristine, it is one of the largest estuary's in Queensland and is fed by numerous saltwater creeks. Bookings are essential.

The area is sparsely populated and there is little pressure on fish stocks. It is the best coastal fishing in Southern Qld. Baffle Creek was identified by Qld Fisheries research as having the highest concentration of Mangrove Jack on Qld's east coast.  Barramundi, Grunter, Flathead, Bream, Trevallly, Queenfish, big Whiting, Prawns and Mudcrabs also lure our visiting anglers.

If you're not into fishing, the area has some great bird and animal watching, not to mention kayaking, sailing, surfing, windsurfing, swimming or if you prefer lazing around on the beach or doing nothing.

The park has extra large shady sites. Camp fires are permitted in designated areas and pets are permitted by prior arrangement.

Located on the northern bank of Baffle Creek, they are only 3 minutes drive from Rules Beach and 10kms from the General Store with fuel and the Zincalumbar bar and bottle shop.

This is one of the most peaceful, quiet and safe parks you will ever stay at. Catering especially to nomads and serious fishermen.

Accommodation: Powered/Unpowered camp/caravan sites, large sites for motorhomes, onsite vans with large annexes & concrete floors, self-contained cottage, "the clubhouse" for families/groups, Ensuite toilet & showers. 

Facilities: Kiosk, Laundry, Large gas B.B.Q’s with undercover tables and benches, Campfire areas, Walking track, Beautiful beach nearby- no stingers or crocs, Pet friendly, Boat ramp & Dump point 

Kiosk is available for all patrons with basic supplies - bait - ice. 

Internal Boat Ramp  Concrete ramp or fish from the banks in the park.

Room to move, enough area for several games of football or cricket, all flat and grassy. 

Kangaroos are abundant and our Burdekin ducks are always roaming the park 

Campfires are permitted with management's discretion in designated areas or bring your own brazier, pig, etc for your own site. Firewood supplied at $9 per bag or bring your own.

Please Note:

  • 1 month minimum stay 1 Oct to 31st March (Summer Season)
  • 1 week minimum stay 1 Apr to 30th September (Winter Season)
  • We are now referring all overnighters, weekenders and party type groups to other new local campgrounds; in an effort to further improve the peaceful aura of our quiet park.  We welcome the nomads, the dedicated fishermen and mature loving families with enough time to explore our special part of Australia.
  • There are several other options in Baffle Creek now for those that only want short term stays.

CMCA User
 23/03/2018
We have just spent six weeks here in our motorhome, all site's are extremely spacious, there are a lot of tree's for shade, grounds are well maintained. Roger & Sally run the park with strict but fair conditions of entry. Lot's of Kangaroos and bird life. A fishermans paradise. Big Rig Serenity.

CMCA User
 04/11/2018
Three days but could have stayed three weeks. Well maintained grass, trees, camp kitchen, toilets and showers. I could get used to this! 10 kms to supplies.
hemax.datateam
Powered Site - Weekly rate  $180.00
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Unpowered Site - Weekly rate $160.00
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