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Main Beach Tourist Park, Gold Coast

Main Beach Tourist Park have approximately 130 sites in all made up of powered sites for caravans and campervans, as well as unpowered sites for camping. They also have 28 ensuite sites where you have the convenience of your own bathroom with shower/toilet/vanity for your own private use.

Main Beach has six Oceana cabins in a garden setting. One of the six cabins also has disabled facilities including ramp access and bathroom fitted for wheelchair use. Free wireless internet access.

Accommodation Options

Garden Cabin Oceana

The garden cabins have been built in a modern family villa style. The cabins all have two bedrooms, separate bathroom and combined Lounge/Dining/Kitchen area. The cabins also have a front decking with a picnic table and electric barbecue. All cabins have a queen size bed in the main bedroom. The second bedroom has a single bunk bed. Each cabin includes two colour televisions, video cassette recorder, air-conditioner, microwave, stovetop and much more. Linen is included in the cost.

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