Discovery Parks - Biloela
Cabins in Biloela
Our accommodation offers something for everyone, self-contained cabins and rooms for corporate clients. For something a little more luxurious, choose a new 3 star superior cabin, with queen and sofa bed, kitchenette, TV and en-suite bathroom.
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From your base at Discovery Holiday Parks – Biloela you’ll experience rural Australia at its best and soak up some pure, natural beauty. Whether you are passing through or staying a while, our park at Biloela is your best choice for comfort, quality and ‘home away from home’.
Biloela, the main town in Banana Shire, is in Central Queensland’s Callide Valley. Providing services to nearby Callide Coal Mines and Power Stations, Biloela is under two hours from Gladstone and Rockhampton and a three and a half hour drive from Emerald.
Our pet-friendly park is nestled amongst plentiful crop fields and with the largest number of cattle in any Queensland shire, there’s scope for plenty of ‘cow counting’. There are many things to see and do nearby.
Our accommodation offers something for everyone, from camp and powered en-suite caravan sites, to self-contained cabins and rooms for corporate clients. For something a little more luxurious, choose a new 3 star superior cabin, with queen and sofa bed, kitchenette, TV and en-suite bathroom.
- On-site restaraunt
- BBQ Area
- Internet Access
- Swimming Pool
THINGS TO SEE AND DO
Kroombit Tops National Park
Home to the endangered Kroombit Tinker Frog. Discover sandstone cliffs, waterfalls and lookouts and see the final resting place of a World War II B24D Liberator bomber which crashed in 1945, claiming all on board.
Once the core of a volcano, Mount Scoria is a rare 150 metre rock formation. Long six-sided basalt columns on top of the mountain project outward like fingers and when struck with another rock, they produce a delightfully musical sound.
A spectacular backdrop of sandstone cliffs, caves, eucalypt forests and dry rainforest on sheltered slopes teeming with natural wonders.
Lake Callide (Callide Dam)
A delightful space to relax and enjoy a myriad of bird life, including majestic
pelicans and swans, along with water skiing and excellent Barramundi fishing, Part of the Bass to Barra Trail, Australia’s only impound freshwater sports fishing trail.
This beautiful lookout just past the Callide Power Station offers impressive views of local industrial giants. View the mining operations at Callide Mine, the enormity of the power station and Lake Callide.
Greycliffe Homestead and Museum
The original slab home of one of the Callide Valley’s finest families, over a century old, housing an interesting variety of memorabilia. Open for public inspection by appointment (Phone 07 4992 2405).