DriveNow caravan and camping park of the month: Gold Coast Holiday Park

DriveNow caravan and camping park of the month: Gold Coast Holiday Park

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So, you've packed the kids in and collected your campervan rental in Brisbane and you're ready for adventure, but suddenly find you're not quite sure to go from there? The answer is a no-brainer. Hit the motorway, head south for an hour, take exit No.60 and Gold Coast Holiday Park ( awaits.

Gold Coast Holiday Park is perfectly located in Helensvale, right in the heart of theme park territory, and it's literally walking distance away from Movie World, Wet'n'Wild and the Australian Outback Spectacular, while only a short drive from Dreamworld, Whitewater World and Seaworld.

Park owner Theo Whitmont told me that one of the big bonuses for families staying at Gold Coast Holiday Park is the seamless way those families can score great deals and be organised for the theme parks the minute they arrive.

"Absolutely, simply let our Tour Desk arrange all your tickets and if you contact us before you arrive, your tickets will be ready to pick up on arrival and you can avoid the queues and walk right in through the VIP entrance," Theo explained. "We have great packages, VIP access and offers - no one beats our ticket deals with the theme parks in Queensland."

Gold Coast Holiday Park is a destination in itself. It's the preeminent holiday park on the Gold Coast with a young, fresh, happy team who love the fact that they can bring people drea m holidays that they remember for years. Set on 32 spacious acres, there are accommodation options for all walks of life from camp grounds to powered sites and exceptional villas. The facilities are spotless and cater for everyone with a great camp kitchen, laundry, giant jumping pillow and buggy hire for the kids.

Just about everything in the place is brand new or beautifully renovated including a spectacular pool with a fantastic water slide and poolside cabanas, poolside alfresco dining, a great little cafe, 5 star villas that are out of this world, big rig sites and gorgeous riverside camping. You can hire a kayak, sink your fangs into free pancakes and sausages sizzles every week. There's also a little moonlight cinema under the stars which lets you relax on a balmy evening with the family and enjoy an open air movie.

Scott Podmore

Scott Podmore

Award-winning writer, editor, photographer, videographer and owner of October Grey Media. Specialising in travel and lifestyle content and a full member of the Australian Society of Travel Writers. Has contributed regular content for the NewsCorp stable of newspapers and magazines, TravelTalk mag, The Departure Lounge and many more publications in Australia and internationally. Follow on Twitter & instragram #scottpodmore

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