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Capricorn Palms Holiday Village, Yeppoon


Palms Holiday Village is the newest caravan park on the Capricorn Coast. The park is perfectly located 200 metres off Mulambin Beach on eight acres of lush green grass, nestled amongst beautiful coconut palms. Accommodation ranges from tent sites to two bedroom cottages, with drive through powered sites and cabins between. They are a BIG 4 Holiday Park.

A free form swimming pool with full shade cloth is socially the best place to be on a hot day. The pool enclosure includes chairs for supervising parents and a children’s wading pool. A recreation room is available for those wanting to play pool, ping pong, arcade games or simply relax in front of the television.

The undercover, free camp kitchen is central to the pool, housing electric barbecues, cook top, fridge, toaster, electric jug and hot and cold water for the washing up sink. Outdoor tables and chairs are also provided for alfresco dining.

More Information: Yeppoon Website

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Holiday Unit

Two Bedroom Holiday Unit


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