See the country the right way


Whether you're on the road for work or passing through on holiday, there's plenty to like about the Kingaroy Holiday Park.

For caravan and motorhome travellers, we've got everything you need to stay sorted: camping sites with room for small or large caravans and RVs, gas swap bottles and refills, ice, dump point and, of course, power (if you need it).

If you'd prefer a roof over your head, our fully-equipped air-conditioned cabins and villas of all sizes can't be beaten.

And if you like to keep things natural, we have lots of grass tent sites where you can enjoy the simple magic of a night under the stars.

There's a full laundry open 24/7, so you can wash off a hard day's work or play and be ready to do it all again tomorrow. The salt water swimming pool will help you unwind from the most stressful of days or simply enjoy the quiet surrounds.

You can also cook your own dinner on the BBQ, in the camp kitchen or in your own kitchen if you're staying in our cabins.

And of course, it wouldn't be a holiday park without a recreation room – our rec room has a large flatscreen TV, lounges and kitchen facilities.

There's plenty to see and do in and around Kingaroy and our reception staff will only be too happy to help you find something fun.

We can't wait to see you soon,

Helen and Russell Kirk
Owners and Managers
Kingaroy Holiday Park




Corner of Evelyn and Walter Roads
48 Walter Road
(D'Aguilar Highway)
Kingaroy QLD 4610
GPS: Longitude 151.8403 Latitude -26.5557


 07 4162 1808

reception Hours

Monday-Saturday 8am–6:30pm
Sunday 8:30am–5:30pm



Call 07 4162 1808 from 8am – 6pm daily, or book online.
Booking in advance will reduce stress.



Not just a sleepy country town, there's more than meets the eye in Kingaroy.  Here are a few things we think you might enjoy if you're spending time with us.



The South Burnett Rail Trail is two trails that meet in Kingaroy - the Kilkivan to Kingaroy trail, which is designed for the more adventurous traveler, and the Kingaroy to Murgon rail trail, which is a fully bitumen sealed 43.5km trail from Kingaroy to Murgon.  Passing through bush towns, the rail trails are ideal for walkers, runners and cyclists.

Learn more about the South Burnett Rail Trail


bird watching 

With more than 350 recorded species, the South Burnett is a bird watchers dream. The region is known for the Black-breasted Button-quail and Glossy Black-Cockatoo, but expect to see the likes of the Red-rumped Parrot, Regent Bowerbird, Rainbow Bee-eater, Dollarbird and Spiny-cheeked Honeyeater too.  

Learn more about birdwatching in the South Burnett


bunya mountains hikes and walks

Kingaroy is the ideal basecamp if you're planning on exploring the surrounding countryside on foot. With the Bunya Mountains to the south west, it's possible to leave early, wander and then return for dinner.

Learn about the Bunya Mountains National Park



Kingaroy is home to big clear skies, making it the perfect location for seeing the constellations and other astronomical wonders. Whether you look up under your own power or via the nearby observatory, you'll be amazed by the distant beauty of the solar system.

Learn about the Kingaroy Observatory