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Malanda Falls Caravan Park

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Having heard some great experiences about staying at the Malanda Falls Caravan Park, which is right next door to Malanda Falls, we decided to stay overnight. We were attending an Event & were only staying overnight. As we had booked some time before & come the week before, the weather bureau had reported a Low Pressure System off the coast,...

2Thank NaughtyNorthernGal
Townsville, Australia
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We have been caravanning for over thirty years and have stayed here on several occasions in that time. We have always found this park to be a very pleasant and peaceful place to stay. The sites are more than adequate for our large caravan, with water, power and sullage handily located. Lots of greenery and flowering plants add to the...

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Normanville, Australia
Reviewed 22 March 2017 via mobile

Love this budget unit so much I am staying tonight too. Private access to the fall and its pool...wonderful for me too (with a broken arm) as it is such easy access in and out. Their rainforest walks, I am tackling this arvo to try and spot the endangered Lumholtz Tree Kangaroo. Great park for families with their petting enclosure,...

1Thank Brodzmum
Reviewed 1 March 2017 via mobile

Malanda Falls Caravan Park is only an hours drive from where we live on the coast. We try to go up there as often as possible as the temperature is so much nicer than on the coast. Plenty of room for all types of accommodation. The care-takers are a lovely couple and very helpful. Great spot for kids as they...

1Thank Kaye L
Reviewed 1 December 2016 via mobile

Always great to spend a few days here. Surrounded by rainforest and the waterfall. Nice and cool at night. You can even help at feed time for the goats and sheep. Amenities are clean and the hosts always helpful. Only negative is telstra reception poor, but thats a great excuse to chill out.

1Thank Don N
Kirwan, Australia
Reviewed 23 October 2016

This would have to be our favourite caravan park when we come to the Tablelands. It isn't fancy but the amenities block is kept clean , we love the big spacious grassed caravan sites, the owners often just let you pick your own site. They have fenced area with baby farm animals which is a hit with kids. Malanda falls...

1Thank C8125JEcindyb
Brisbane, Australia
Reviewed 24 September 2016

Managers Very nice, explained our site options well as they have powered slab sites, big powered grass and forest sites and loads of good unpowered sites. Amenities are clean, grounds well kept, and have a small animal farm for the children old and young. For the price this park is great, and I will stay again on my next visit!!!!!

1Thank jeda332016
Reviewed 7 September 2016 via mobile

Great stop. Drive thru sites and a huge paddock below with large powered sites and access to waterfall and fantastic rainforest walks. Only a short walk to shops and pub. Friendly and helpful staff. Really a perfect spot.

1Thank griffydog3
Sherbrooke, Quebec
Reviewed 31 August 2016

We stayed in a cabin, because it was raining. We didn't have kids (ours are grown ups), but if we did, they'd love the little farm and some animals there (poney, pigs, etc.). The falls are so-so... nothing particular. Surely is a nice swimming hole in the summer. We were there in winter.

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Bribie Island
Reviewed 5 August 2016 via mobile

Wow! What a great place to stay. Spent a week here as a base to see the attractions of the Tablelands. Easy day trip to the Undara Lava Tubes. So much to see in the area. The park is large. Slabs and grass areas, right above the Malanda Falls. Has a petting zoo for the kids. Amenities though old are...

1Thank John B

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Located in the Heart of the Atherton Tablelands a short drive from Cairns, Queensland, Australia. There are drive-through powered and un powered caravan/camper and camping sites as well as self contained cabins. The Park is located right on the edge of Malanda Falls Conservation Park and falls. There are self guided and guided walks available and the park is home to Tree Kangaroos, Platypus and a myriad of birds. There is a large pool below the falls ideal for swimming. All the features in this area are within a short drive of the park so it is an ideal base for your stay in the Tablelands. The park is also pet friendly. ... more   less 

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Address: 38 Park Ave, Malanda, Queensland 4885, Australia
Region: Australia > Queensland > Malanda
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See which rooms travellers prefer

“A few LITTLE flaws with the doors or cupboards not fitting flush, but the Area is tidy, clean & presentable. a very comfortable stay.”
  • The Bathroom, with the window facing out to the bushland beyond.
  • Overlooking the Paddock with the Animal Nursery from the Front Balcony.
  • The Front Balcony
  • The Living Area. Sofa, Kitchen, Dining & Bed.
  • The Main Living Area.
NaughtyNorthernGal, 18 Apr 2017 | Read review
“Nothing in particular.”
lelecabral, 31 Aug 2016 | Read review
“Although the Atherton-Malanda Road is not terribly busy, choose a room as far away from it as possible.”
colphi, 20 Apr 2016 | Read review
“Camping at the falls end of the park gets early morning sun if you need to dry your tent out the sun rises at the other end of the park”
rossj194, 19 Dec 2015 | Read review
“Don't miss this park between Malanda and Yungaburra, a worthwhile stop over.”
isobelb728, 21 Jan 2015 | Read review
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