CMCA RV Park Bundaberg

RV Park - Queensland


Access: From Walker St via Pyefinch Ave or from Burrum St via Civic Ave.

CMCA RV Park Bundaberg provides low-cost, no-frills accommodation for travellers whose vehicles meet the requirements of the CMCA Self Contained Vehicle (SCV) Policy.

Vehicles must have on-board fresh water tanks and the ability to contain black and grey water. 

The RV Park provides access to a secure place to park, potable water and a dump point to offload black and grey water.  

CMCA RV Parks are a managed accommodation facility with fully trained volunteer custodians who live on site to oversee the day-to-day activities and to implement park rules. 

RV Park Bundaberg is subject to CMCA Smoke Free Policy. See CMCA website for more details. 

14 night maximum stay in any 21 day period.

Bookings to be made via

Great facility for members. A little tight at the moment as 2/3rd’s of the Park has been closed for ground renovation, otherwise central to everything in Bundy.

Great place for members to stay. Will be great when the grass grows. Will stay again. Thank you CMCA and Bundaberg.

Great camping area and no tents or tourists sleeping in cars thanks to the wonderful caretaker $6 a night what a bargain would stay here every time we pass through well done CMCA
We spent 8 nights there a great spot close to everything and quite

I would just like say that our stay here in Bundaberg was exceptional and the caretaker of the park was kind and very friendly I will come back again

Great spot very secure, large area with dump point, Daryl & Bec are very friendly always busy. Local shops very handy to a lot of facilities. Well done will definitely be back.

A great place to stay, levels sites shade, water available & a dump point, close to shops. Plenty of room. Caretaker Nev very helpful & friendly.

So pleased we booked the 5 nights. Thankyou Colleen for booking us in. Easy walk to shops and town. Great level site, no chocks needed to level up. Easy access to the dump point and water. The shed (solar lights) looks as if it is a great meeting place for happy hour. Well done CMCA.

Park is very conveniently located in the old Bundaberg Showgrounds. It has all the usual facilities with potable water and a dump point. Large shopping centre and other shops are close by within walking distance doctors chemists are also close by. There is a monthly quality craft market conducted in the Multiplex building close by also. There are acres of grounds just outside the park where you can exercise your dog (note it is not an off lease area). The park has plenty of shade trees so should be great in summer.

We leave tomorrow after a relaxing few days at this CMCA stopover. It is a short walk to the Woolworths complex for anything you need. Nayna’s pantry is a must! Their ice cream is absolutely delicious. A trip around the area takes you to Bargara, the Port, Burnett Heads and Elliot Heads all of which are worth a visit. Wandering around Bundaberg is an interesting experience and we are always happy to patronise a town which is RV Friendly. By the time we leave Bundaberg we will have spent a few hundred dollars in this welcoming town. And from my perspective, that is what this whole grey nomad experience is about. A win win for regional Australia. Thank you CMCA and thank you to Bundaberg.

This is in a terrific location just walk 1 block to shops. Dump Point and water available. Bec and Daryl are fantastic custodians and very friendly. Hopefully we will see more of these areas pop up.

Excellent camp, & hosts Carron & Geoff were very welcoming & friendly. Lovely setting and a convenient easy walk to many shops. We had Darryl from Westech Auto Electricians come to us at camp to resolve a solar issue & he proved to be very knowledgeable & we would highly recommend. Also Baldry Kemp Diesel were very good where we had our bus serviced. And if looking for a good quality value for money butcher, Zac’s meats on Burnett St is the place. Bundaberg is a friendly extremely well serviced town for all essentials.

This park has been nominated for an award at the Bundaberg Business Awards tomorrow night. We wish the Association the best for the vision and work taken to create such a great facility in town.

Fantastic park in a great location. Well done CMCA.

This looks awesome. We drove in to Bundy while heading north just to have a look at this spot. Looking forward to staying here in the future. Easy access, plenty of room, dump point, well done.

Can’t fault it, albeit very dry. Gail and Ray are perfect custodians and are quite engaging. Happy hour is a good time to catch up with fellow travellers and the Bundaberg CMCA park in particular is within easy walking distance to a good shopping centre. Then there is Nana’s where you’ll find the best gelato/ice cream and beautiful smiles to match. We highly recommend staying in Bundy with the CMCA RV park being a draw card.

Fantastic spot, so close to town. Caretakers Darrel and Bec make you feel so welcome.

I have stayed 5 days. Very central & happy crowd. Unfortunately mower is getting repaired. hope it doesn't take too long. if grass gets any longer, I won't be able to leave my motorhome, I won't be able to locate it again would be great if mowed Cheryl 104375

Plenty of room, with lovely shady trees on all borders. Dump point easily accessible and water available.

We had a awesome stay here. Neville was a very pleasant and helpful custodian and an excellent representative for CMCA. His BBQ on Friday night was really fun and we met some nice people at the happy hour drinks as well. It was a short stroll to the shops and plenty of room for us to exercise our dog and ourselves without having to venture too far away from our base. It is an easy drive down to the beach suburbs of Bundaberg. Thank you so much CMCA. Hope we have more parks soon.

We stayed for 3 nights in May. We found the Custodians very pleasant and helpful. It is a flat area that is fenced and they do have a gate which is closed at night and not locked. This keeps the local hoons out. I have 2 criticisms. There are a couple of water taps along the fence line by the road that can be reached if you have a loooooong hose. On the other side there seem to be no taps. More taps would be good. The park is dry. It beats me why they do not put the grey water onto the grounds. All that precious water going down the dump point seems like such a waste to me. We stayed at Tannum Sands later. The documentation on arrival has a section which read ‘Please water our grass with your sullage water’. Perhaps this CMCA policy is a council requirement. If not perhaps the policy could be reviewed. Overall I prefer to have the comfort and convenience of water and power hookup. But for a quick one or two nights stopover the CMCA park is fine, the ‘clubby’ atmosphere is nice and the price is right.

What a great facility this is for members. Of course, like everywhere else on the east coast it is very dry but it will be green one day. Sites mostly level, lots of trees to provide some shade. Great ambiance amongst those staying here. Roll on lots more of these Member parks.
Non CMCA Members $15.00
Per vehicle per night

CMCA Members $2.00
Per person, per night (plus nightly site fee)

CMCA Members $3.00
Nightly Site Fee