Mundubbera Three Rivers Tourist Park - QLD

37 Strathdee St, Mundubbera QLD 4626
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The Three Rivers Tourist Park in Mundubbera is the gateway to Mundubberas Culinary Trail. Just three hours drive from Toowoomba, Hervey Bay and Queenslands Sunshine Coast, the park is only minutes from the beautiful fresh fruits, vegetables and nuts grown in the area. Situated on 10 acres, this exceptionally well-maintained KUI Park offers an array of accommodation options including 6 fully self contained, pet friendly, motel style units and large powered and unpowered sites for those travelling with their pets. The park now offers FREE Wi-Fi with big data so you can keep in touch with your friends and family online, while you are away!

Pricing Information

Fully Self Contained pet friendly motel units $109.00 per night for 2 adults. Seniors rate $104.00 per night. Pets $10 extra. Additional discounts for KUI Park members.
Powered sites $35.00 per night for 2 adults. Seniors rate $32.00 per night. Pets free of charge. Additional discounts for KUI park members. Ask about our rate for single travellers.
Unpowered sites $32.00 per night for 2 adults. Seniors rate $29.00 per night. Pets free of charge. Additional discounts for KUI park members. Ask about our rate for single travellers.



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37 Strathdee St, Mundubbera QLD 4626


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The park has two sparkling clean amenities blocks; a disabled accessible bathroom, family bathroom, coin-operated laundry and secure boom gate entry. Cook up a storm in our large camp kitchen or cool down in our shaded swimming pool. Relax and socialise by the communal fire pit in the cooler months. Chat with our friendly staff in the kiosk about visitor information and tours, or take a short walk to the shops, cafe, art gallery or golf course. Citrus, table grapes, blueberries, mangoes, watermelons, pecans, asparagus, pumpkins and local honey start our culinary trail; however, beef, pork and timber milling also keep the region alive. The beautiful Burnett river provides opportunities for fishing, kayaking, boating and water skiing. Spend the day exploring the Auburn River National Park or learning the stories of the famous stockman R.M.Williams.


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