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Turtle Sands Tourist Park and Holiday Retreat, Mon Repos

Queensland’s beast-kept secret. Absoulte beachfront and part of the world famous Mon Repos Turtle Rockery. With accommodatin to suit all holiday-makers. Including shady beachfront camping, powered sites and stylish on-site villas and units. A truly unique eco-experience awaits you at Turtle Sands.

Situated on 12 acres of picturesque beachfront, surrounded by National Park and onlya short drive to the beautiful townships of Bargara and Bundaberg, Turtle Sands is the ideal location for relaxing and unwinding on the beach or exploring the many nature trails the the Mon Repos Conservation Reserve. All whilst viewing and enjoying the famous laying and hatching turtes. Incorporating a well stocked, on-site convenience store and kiosk and access to amenities, barbecues and laundry facilities.

Accommodation Options

Self-contained units

Contains bathroom, kitchen, TV, AC, and shower facilities. Sleeps up to 5.

Ensuite Villa

Ensuite Unit


On-site Vans

Powered Sites

Unpowered Sites


Popular Activities

  • Swimming
  • Beach

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