Search Gold Coast Caravan Parks from AU$130

More than just hotels
Apartments, cabins, holiday rentals and more, plus millions of reviews from Aussie & Kiwi travellers

Flexibility matters
24/7 support, so you can book with confidence

Relax with our Price Promise
Find a lower price on a hotel or package online, before your stay, and we'll refund the difference^

Featured Caravan Parks in Gold Coast

Don't see what you're looking for?
See all available properties in Gold Coast
View all properties
Lowest nightly price found within the past 24 hours based on a 1 night stay for 2 adults. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

Top Campsites in Gold Coast

Xanadu Main Beach Resort

Xanadu Main Beach Resort

59 Pacific Street, Main Beach, QLD, 4217
The price is AU$546 per night from Jun 1 to Jun 2
per night
1 Jun - 2 Jun
9.4/10 Exceptional! (825 reviews)

Pet Friendly Accommodation in Gold Coast

Find the Best Gold Coast Caravan Park & Camping Accommodation

What caravan parks are in the Gold Coast?

  • Long-term options: Can’t get enough of the Gold Coast? Take an extended holiday at Broadwater Tourist Park. In your suite, you’ll enjoy free Wi-Fi and your own kitchen. Bonus: babysitting services. Time for mum and dad to have a mini holiday of their own.
  • Family-friendly: At Paradise Country Farmstay,, you’ll get a prepared tent—that’s right, you don’t have to set it up yourself. Can you say convenience? Plus, there’s the aww! factor: You and the kiddos can swoon over (and pet) kangaroos, sheep, or piglets.
  • Budget-conscious: At Gold Coast Holiday Park, you can choose from powered sites, cabins, and a motel, giving you plenty of options for cheap accommodation. There are activities, too: The kids can shoot down the waterslide and mum and dad can kayak on the river. That, or take a much-needed nap.

What are the top holiday parks in the Gold Coast?

  • Broadwater Tourist Park: With well-furnished units, waterfront views and wide-open spaces, there’s lots to love about Broadwater Tourist Park. Our local experts suggest heading to nearby Surfers Paradise Beach or Sea World, or simply spending the day relaxing at the park. Outdoor tennis courts and two pools will keep guests of all ages happy here.
  • Burleigh Beach Tourist Park: This is another favourite among travellers to the Gold Coast, with its convenient location making it easy to explore nearby beaches like Burleigh and Currumbin. When you’re done with the surf and sand, kick back in the comfort of your unit complete with a kitchen, a TV and free WiFi. But don’t just take our word for it — check out some of the millions of trusted reviews for this and many other accommodation options on Wotif.

Which caravan parks are closest to the beach?

  • Main Beach Tourist Park is a wonderful spot for beach lovers. With Main Beach just across the road, you can go for a dip or just spend a relaxing afternoon on your verandah enjoying the sea breeze. There’s also an arcade/game room, free WiFi and barbecue grills.
  • Only a 15-minute walk from Burleigh Head National Park, and just across the road from Tallebudgera Creek, a stay at Tallebudgera Creek Tourist Park is all about sun and sand. Spend your days lounging by the calm creek waters or walk to Tallebudgera Beach to catch some waves. Accommodation here features all the mod cons, like free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, coffee/tea makers and more.

Which Gold Coast holiday parks are best for family holidays?

  • Large, spacious rooms, a kids’ swimming pool and a waterslide make NRMA Treasure Island Holiday Resort a classic family getaway. Not only that, it’s just a 15-minute drive from major Gold Coast attractions like Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast and Warner Bros. Movie World. After a fun day filled with activities, come home to a yum meal and a relaxing bevvy at Galleons Bistro and Bar.
  • Speaking of waterslides, little travellers may never want to leave the outdoor pool at BIG 4 Gold Coast Holiday Park. And with a poolside bar, you probably won’t want to either! This family-friendly holiday park is also close to Warner Bros. Movie World and Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast. Free WiFi, laundry facilities and cooked-to-order breakfasts are also available here.

Are there any luxury camping options in the Gold Coast?

Get a taste for the country life at the luxurious Paradise Country Farmstay. With deluxe eco tents and quaint cabins to choose from, this bush retreat will convert even the most hardened city slicker. Morning farm duties are also a hit with younger travellers. The on-site restaurant, Homestead, is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and the popular buffet breakfast will see you through a big day of sightseeing. For the best deals on luxury camping, consider bundling your accommodation with local experiences or car hire.

What to do in the Gold Coast?

  • Burleigh Heads is the place to surf around here, but if you’d like to get your feet wet in another water sport, take an introductory scuba dive. You’ll do far more than skim the surface of these waters!
  • Tired of the beach? (As if!) Point your feet inland for the Australian Outback Spectacular Dinner & Live Show. Explore the heartland without ever leaving the coast.
  • What’s your dream theme park? If it includes roller coasters, waterslides, exotic animals, jaw-dropping 360-degree views, and play areas for the kiddos, a three-day theme park pass to Dreamworld, WhiteWater World, and SkyPoint is all you need.

Here, all that glitters really is gold. Luckily, Gold Coast caravan parks and camping grounds aren’t nearly as pricey. Find out just how affordable a golden getaway can be by booking your coastal escape with Wotif.

Top Trending Hotels in Gold Coast

^Eligibility requirements and conditions apply.