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Twin Gums Caravan Park, Nanango

Nestled amongst lovely shady trees, in a quiet environment, Twin Gums Caravan Park offers accommodation in a cabin, onsite vans, caravan and camping sites all within one and a half kilometres from the Nanango Shopping Centre.

Beautiful birds are plentiful and kangaroos can be seen in the nearby paddocks in the early morning.

Ample camping space and three barbecue areas make Twin Gums Caravan Park a great base to enjoy the attractions of Nanango and the South Burnett, including fossicking, four wheel driving, bird watching, and the Nanango mural walk and chainsaw sculptures.

Accommodation Options

Ensuite Cabin

Cosy ensuite cabin with double bedroom, lounge, and kitchen. Ensuite includes bath and shower plus toilet.

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On-site Van


  • Caravan and Camping

Popular Activities

  • Bird Watching
  • Bush Walking

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