Geoff & Barb Calvert welcome you to their privately owned park and invite you to discover this picturesque, peaceful hideaway at Kingston-on- Murray.
The caravan park is situated on the Murray river in a secluded setting just 2kms off the Sturt Highway. This award winning park offers friendly personalised service, large shady lawned, and drive through sites, ensuite cabins along with many other facilities to make your stay comfortable.
Kingston-on-Murray Caravan Park is an ideal location to explore the many attractions the Riverland has to offer.
While staying at the park you can partake in many river activities like fishing, boating and canoeing all from our private jetty.
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From rugged mining country to stunning national parks, you’ll find more than you expected in Queensland’s Central Highlands. Discovery Parks – Blackwater is a great place to start. Just moments from your accommodation is the fascinating Blackwater International Coal Centre where you’ll gain an insight into the formation of coal, its mining process and a tour of an open cut mine. Immerse yourself in the natural beauty of nearby Blackdown Tableland and Minerva National Parks, then appreciate the sublime stillness of Blackwater’s Japanese Garden, which marks the town’s relationship with sister city, Fujisawa, Japan.
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Just under two hours from Gladstone and Rockhampton in Central Queensland’s Callide Valley, stay a while at our caravan park: Discovery Parks – Biloela. If the kids love cow counting, Biloela has the largest number of cattle in any Queensland shire! Take them to Kroombit Tops National Park for some frog counting, too; this park is home to the endangered Kroombit Tinker Frog, so you may spot some of these little guys on your visit. Venture to Mount Scoria, a rare 150 metre rock formation that produces a delightfully musical sound when struck with another rock, or relax at Lake Callide, complete with birdlife and fishing.
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Set by the banks of the beautiful Leichhardt River, our holiday park Discovery Parks – Mount Isa is an excellent base to explore. If you’ve never experienced Rodeo, you’ve come to the right place – Mount Isa is renowned as the Rodeo Capital of Australia and their annual event is fast and furious fun. For a well-rounded taste of this rugged mining country, head to Outback at Isa, don a headlamp and descend into a purpose built mine, then visit the fascinating Riversleigh Fossil Centre. Kids will love Queensland’s largest all abilities playground, Mount Isa Family Fun Park.
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Kalgoorlie is outback Australia at its best and you’ll love the diverse and comfortable holiday park accommodation you’ll find at Discovery Parks – Kalgoorlie. The iconic Royal Flying Doctor Service base is minutes from your front door. Retrace the steps of early gold diggers on the self-drive Golden Quest Discovery Trail. Big is best out here! Marvel at the size of Australia’s biggest open pit gold mine, the Super Pit or experience the World’s Longest Golf Course, an 18-hole, par 72 course, spanning 1,365 kilometres along the Nullarbor’s Eyre Highway.
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Karratha is the gateway to the Pilbara region, where you’ll experience Western Australia’s raw and natural beauty at its best. Discovery Parks – Balmoral, Karratha is a great holiday park to call home during your stay. The land of the Ngarluma and Yinidbarndi people, the Pilbara holds some of the world’s most ancient natural landscapes. Marvel at the mighty gorges and hidden waterfalls of Karijini National Park and Millstream Chichester National Park. In nearby Dampier, soak up the beautiful beaches, visit the 42 islands of the stunning Dampier Archipelago, take an iron ore industry tour and see the iconic Red Dog statue.
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The mighty Murray River is right on your doorstep at Discovery Parks – Echuca. Whether you choose a cabin, caravan or if camping is more your style, you’ll be relaxing in no time in our accommodation. This charming riverside town is one of Australia’s finest heritage icons and home to the largest paddle steamer fleet in the world. Explore the Port of Echuca Discovery Centre and take a river cruise, or enjoy the many watersports the Murray River has to offer. Sample delicious local produce on either the Echuca-Moama Food and Wine Trail or the Farm Gate Trail – or both!
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Discovery Parks – Emerald is the hub of the Central Highlands and gateway to one of the richest sapphire fields in the Southern Hemisphere. Discovery Parks – Emerald boasts excellent accommodation and an impressive heritage style dining hall. Lake Maraboon, just outside Emerald, is famous for Red Claw Crayfish, excellent swimming and water skiing. Nearby, Emerald’s Historic Railway Station, Pioneer Cottage Complex and the Centenary of Federation Mosaic Pathway are ideal family attractions. Join a half or full-day guided tour of the famous Sapphire Gemfields
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The mighty Murray River has a place in the heart of so many Australians. Echuca-Moama, uniquely placed across the borders of NSW and Victoria, is an essential touring holiday stopover. At Discovery Parks – Maidens Inn, Moama you’ll enjoy excellent cabin and caravan accommodation. The whole family will enjoy exploring the rich history of the old port of Echuca, which has been lovingly restored to its glory days. Take a wander through the charming Century-old buildings, and then enjoy afternoon tea. You must see the Port of Echuca Discovery Centre and the National Holden Motor Museum, the largest one make car museum in Australia.
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Discovery Parks – Casino (formerly known as Glen Villa Resort), set amidst lush pastures on the Richmond River, is a perfect accommodation choice along Summerland Way. Casino is a winner at every turn: surrounded by beautiful national parks Border Ranges and Richmond Range and only 45 minutes away from the stunning beaches of Evans Head. Kids will love a close up look at platypuses swimming and feeding in the Platypus Pool near the town centre. Take the Arts, Vintage and Retro Trail in Lismore and inspire your inner hipster or stay in May to catch the unique celebration of Beef Week.
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Perfectly positioned next to Barmera’s magnificent Lake Bonney, Discovery Parks – Lake Bonney will tick every box. Experience the huge range of family-friendly water sports in the freshwater lake at the front door of your caravan park – swimming, sailing, windsurfing, canoeing, kayaking, skiing, jet skiing, boating and fishing. With over 17 national parks in the region, walking and hiking trails are abundant. Head to Monash Adventure Park or delight in one of Barmera’s local festivals. For outstanding and memorable wine, food and nature experiences, tour the Banrock Wine and Wetlands Centre.
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A rare insight into the underground world of our miners awaits you at Discovery Parks - Roxby Downs, deep in the Australian outback. Just over two hours from Port Augusta and 563 kilometres from Adelaide, Roxby Downs is a must-see. You’ll be amazed by the jaw-dropping BHP Billiton Olympic Dam, which produces 9 million tonnes of ore annually – we recommend the virtual underground tour. Take a guided sunset walk of the Arid Recovery Reserve to explore dunes, follow animal tracks and spot nocturnal wildlife. While you’re there, don’t forget the fascinating town of Andamooka – an opal lover’s paradise.
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There are lots of reasons to holiday in Dubbo – 700, in fact! That’s the population of Taronga Western Plains Zoo, just two minutes from Discovery Parks – Dubbo. Complete with outstanding facilities and a choice of cabin, caravan and camp site accommodation, this holiday park is ideal for families. A visit to Old Dubbo Gaol, Dubbo Observatory and the Western Plains Cultural Centre is a must. Experience the hardship of prison life, including a moment in solitary confinement at Old Dubbo Gaol. At the observatory, take a 90-minute tour of the Milky Way Galaxy.
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Discovery Parks – Boulder, eight hours drive from Perth, is an ideal starting point. Prepare to be awe-struck by the Super Pit, Australia’s biggest open pit gold mine. It’s 3.5 kilometres long, 1.5 kilometres wide and 400m deep! Pay tribute to the incredible work of the Royal Flying Doctor Service with a visit to Kalgoorlie-Boulder Airport. Recharge amongst bushland and wildflowers at Karlkurla Bushland Park or the shady picnic spots of Kalgoorlie Arboretum. At the end of your busy day, relax in your cabin, caravan or camping site under the stars.
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Discovery Parks – Moama West (formerly known as A Shady River Holiday Park) is a short drive from the historic town of Echuca-Moama. At our caravan park you’ll enjoy diverse accommodation choices, natural bushland and lots of facilities for the kids. Step back in time at the old port of Echuca where you can discover the fascinating world of paddle steamers – and even take a ride! The National Holden Motor Museum and the Great Aussie Beer Shed are essential Aussie experiences. Don’t miss the Echuca-Moama Food and Wine Trail: a journey through local wineries, producers and mouth-watering dining experiences.
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