2016 Holidays with Kids Top 10 Holiday Park Award for Tallebudgera Creek and Broadwater
Readers of the popular travel magazine Holidays with Kids have voted in their 2016 Top 10 Holiday Parks by state.
We are thrilled that our Tallebudgera Creek Tourist Park was voted #1 in QLD!
View the results for QLD at Holidays with Kids. Thank you for your support!
2 of our 7 unique parks placed in the Queensland Top 10 Holiday Park awards. They are Broadwater and Tallebudgera Creek Tourist Parks, both fabulous waterfront locations that inspire plenty of outdoor holiday activities. In addition, our Main Beach Tourist Park was highly commended.
Tallebudgera Creek Tourist Park boasts a prime location right on the beautiful Tallebudgera estuary. It's a watersports paradise with the surf beach within an easy stroll. Park facilities include 3 pools with slides and catering for toddlers. There's also a tennis court, playground, recreation room and novelty items for hire.
At Broadwater Tourist Park, the newly developed Foreshore Parkland area provides a beautiful green space in front of the beach. It's perfect for relaxing or playing ball games. The park has 2 pools, a jumping pillow with all abilities playground, recreation room and tennis court.
Main Beach Tourist Park is opposite the beautiful surf at Main Beach. Within the park is a resort pool, playground and recreation room. It's a great spot for quality family holidays.
All three parks have plenty of cycling and walking tracks in the surrounding locations. During school holidays, the organised family activities are plentiful and varied with something to entice everyone. Movie nights and pancake breakfasts are guest pleasers, especially during the popular summer holidays.
Stay in a villa, or camp in your tent, caravan or camper trailer... You're sure to find an accommodation option to suit your budget.
Click here to rate your favourite Gold Coast Tourist Park in the Holidays with Kids 2017 Top 10 Readers' Choice Awards Survey. Broadwater Tourist Park boasts it's fourth consecutve year in the Queensland Top 10, whilst Tallebudgera Creek has made the list for the third time (previously in 2012 and 2015).