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Mundubbera Three Rivers Tourist Park, Mundubbera

Just two hours drive from Bundaberg and Maryborough, three hours from Toowoomba and Rockhampton and four hours from Brisbane, Mundubbera Three Rivers Tourist Park is situated in the heart of the Central Burnett region, in the citrus capital of Queensland. This is a newly established park, set in spacious surrounding’s and walking distance to the town centre.

The park has ensuite villas, also log cabins, well-stocked kiosk, tourist information centre and a pool to relax in. For the caravanner and camper there are concrete streets, street lighting, and van pads. A large modern amenities block is close to the sites and has a fully equipped laundry. There is a cookhouse situated near the camping area for all the guests to use.

Accommodation Options

Villas – Ensuite Cabins

Ensuite cabin – villa deluxe style one bedroom with lounge.

Powered Site

Powered sites located on premises for campers bringing their own caravans.

Tent Site

Tent sites located on premises for those bringing their own tents and equipment.


Log Cabin



  • Caravan and Camping
  • Caravan and Camping

Popular Activities

  • Fruit Picking
  • Swimming
  • National Park

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