Keppel Sands Caravan Park
Address: 38 Taylor Street, Keppel Sands
Phone: 07 4934 4899 Email:email@example.com Reception Hours:8.00am - 05.00pm, 7 days per week plus on call 24 hours per day
Discover this tranquil, hidden treasure for caravanners and campers. Located on Taylor Street, just 100 metres from the water, this area is known for bountiful locations for fishing and crabbing enthusiasts. With a range of choices including reef, estuary, rock or deep sea catches, you have plenty of options to prevent even the most passionate fisher from getting bored.
The park is perfect for families with plenty of resources to keep the kids entertained. The shoreline is ideal for young swimmers, boating and water skiing.
Access to Keppel Sands is by sealed road, the turn-off onto Keppel Sands Road is approximately 18km from Emu Park, or 27km from Rockhampton.
Keppel Sands is a popular holiday spot for families, boasting (in addition to the caravan park): a hotel, motel, local store, two boat ramps and a lovely picnic area by the beach. Nearby, explore the unique community of Joskeleigh, South Sea Islanders were brought to Queensland in the nineteenth century. Be sure to check out the JoskeleighSouth Pacific Museum to learn more about the area’s fascinating history. It highlights the role played by the Kanakas, brought out by the 'blackbirders' to work the sugar cane fields as indentured labour. The museum is run by volunteers and believed to be the only museum of its kind in Queensland. To visit the museum, please call ahead on (07) 4934 4854 and make a booking.
34 powered and 27 unpowered grassy camping sites, all shaded
Dog friendly – 1 dog per site, only with prior approval, mention it when making your booking
Truck and coach parking – up to 40ft
1x Drive Through Site
50m to boat ramp
100m from the Beach
Whatever escape you choose along the Capricorn Coast, you can be assured of a holiday you will never forget. Enjoy your stay in our beautiful coastal Shire, and remember to book your stay in advance, if possible, particularly in the winter months so as to avoid disappointment.