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​​Crows Nest Tourist Park
7558 New England Highway
​Crows Nest Q 4355
Phone 07 4698 1269 

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06 August 2019
Crows Nest Accommodation Spring is the best time of year to visit the Darling Downs and Crows Nest.  The weather is perfect, the gardens are in full bloom and there is plenty to see and do.  Our Caravan Park is a wonderful base for you to set out and explore everything the region has to offer, located only 40 minutes to Toowoomba and just over an hour to the Bunya Mountains. The most popular spring event in our region is the Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers.  Running from the 20th to the 29th September, the region comes to life with a
23 June 2019
Things to do while staying at Crows Nest Tourist Park. Eating out with children can be a stressful and tiring experience, unless of course you visit places they can also enjoy.  There are plenty of child-friendly dining destinations within 40 minutes drive of Crows Nest Tourist Park.   We would recommend starting the day off at... Breakfast at Emeraude, Hampton (20 minutes drive)​ A 'Micro Region Eatery' in the very beautiful Hampton, Emeraude use locally-sourced ingredients.  The Afghani Eggs (below) are delicious and feature free range 'K Farm' eggs poached in butter and local Hampton lime juice, Turkish toast smothered with
05 May 2019
  While camping is a great, fun activity for all ages, it may never seem like the ‘perfect time’ to introduce camping to your young families. We get it, taking your family camping for the first time can feel like a huge challenge, but it doesn’t have to be that way; with the right planning, your first time camping as a family can be a breeze, meaning you can spend more time enjoying yourself. ​ Pick Your Accomodation The most important element in any camping trip is the location. Only a 40 minute from Toowoomba, the Crows Nest Tourist Park is
30 April 2019
As the school term starts up once again after the Easter break, it’s hard to imagine that the next school holidays will be upon us again in no time. Many parents are already thinking about out how to keep themselves and their family occupied during the next school holiday break. Whether you’re looking for a change in climate, some time away from the city or just something a bit different, Crows Nest has got you covered with 7 kid friendly activities to convince you and your family to experience this beautiful region. ​ 1. National Park Adventures The Crows Nest
16 April 2019
​With technology driving every aspect of our everyday lives, digital devices are often the primary source of information and entertainment for the family unit. While the desire to be ‘always connected’ seems stronger than ever, many families are now seeking ways to switch off from the online world to avoid technology overload. ​ Escaping the Hustle and Bustle As the saying goes ‘the more things change, the more they stay the same’ as more and more parents find themselves taking the kids on a good old family camping trip as a way of escaping the hustle and bustle of modern
05 March 2019
  The Crows Nest Tourist Park will be playing host to a rare and exciting event this April when the Australian Flxible Clipper Club arrives for their annual Easter Rally. It will be the first time the rally will be held in Queensland, with members expected to attend from all over the country. ​In 1948 Sir Reginald Ansett of Ansett Transport Industries, best remembered for Ansett Airlines, brought the first Flxible Clipper bus to Australia. Since then, the vehicles have become rare collectors items for dedicated enthusiasts. To celebrate their history, the group will be making the busses available to the
25 February 2019
For years, Crows Nest has been a town often bypassed by first time campers, families looking for a short getaway or even grey nomads travelling through the region. But with so many amazing and unique things to do in the region, we have compiled a list of 10 exciting things to do. Trust us, you won't want to bypass this town again. 1. Take a hike Hikes are a great way for people of all ages and experience levels to get out and experience the lush landscapes and unique wildlife that the area has to offer.​ Visitors to Crows Nest
09 April 2019
Pictured from left to right, 1930 Buick, 1927 Hudson, 1929 Marmon, 1923 Lincoln, 1930 Hudson ​ We were so impressed by the Park, we immediately booked it as the location for our second rally later this year! The Crows Nest Tourist Park was transported back to the days of motoring glory recently when the Vintage Vehicle Touring Enthusiasts Association arrived for the first of two annual vehicle tours. Over 18 members enjoyed a relaxing weekend while showcasing their rare and magnificent vehicles. ​ A Seamless Weekend Getaway The Vintage Vehicle Touring Enthusiasts is a small club for owners of vehicles
19 March 2019
  ​The thought of organising a club rally with enough activities and facilities to keep over 20 members and their guests entertained for a week is enough to make even the most experienced event organiser’s hair turn grey.​ Thankfully, for Eastern Explorers Caravan Club secretary Lynne Friis, the job of coordinating their muster was made a lot easier thanks to the management and staff at the Crows Nest Tourist Park. ​ ​ The Crows Nest Tourist Park was an ideal venue for our club get together The Eastern Explorers are just one of 52 Branches affiliated with the Australian Caravan Club.
05 March 2019
  The Crows Nest Tourist Park will be playing host to a rare and exciting event this April when the Australian Flxible Clipper Club arrives for their annual Easter Rally. It will be the first time the rally will be held in Queensland, with members expected to attend from all over the country. ​In 1948 Sir Reginald Ansett of Ansett Transport Industries, best remembered for Ansett Airlines, brought the first Flxible Clipper bus to Australia. Since then, the vehicles have become rare collectors items for dedicated enthusiasts. To celebrate their history, the group will be making the busses available to the
31 October 2019
Accommodation in Crows Nest If you are looking for a great family getaway in the Great South East these Christmas holidays, look no further than our hidden gem in Crows Nest. Located 40 minutes from Toowoomba CBD, this great family holiday spot is perched on the crest of the Great Dividing Range and we can guarantee that you and your family will love visiting our Tourist Park this Christmas. On arrival at Crows Nest Caravan Park, you will be greeted by pristine grounds and our newly-renovated cabins and powered sites. Bring the whole family, including your dog (dogs must bring
01 July 2019
When camping with children at Crows Nest Caravan Park, they will absolutely love cooking a delicious meal over an open fire.  We have a number of camp fires set up around the caravan park for guest use or if you would prefer your own fire, take one of our fire pits back to your cabin or tent and cook in the privacy of your own space.   3 x easy camp fire recipes that kids will love to make while staying with us. 1. Choc Chip Damper Camp Fire Recipe Ingredients 2 cups self raising flour 1 cup water 2 tablespoons
25 June 2019
​Crows Nest Best Family-friendly Accommodation There are many reasons why a camping, caravan or cabin holiday is fantastic for families for young children, especially if the park has excellent onsite facilities!  Crows Nest Caravan Park accommodation have the onsite features needed for a relaxed, easy and safe family holiday.   On site facilities can make the world of difference when holidaying with young kids. Our caravan park guests can make use of the camp kitchen for fussy eaters or enjoy delicious Latin American meal at our new café, ‘The Hidden Cocina’.   There is also a fantastic IGA store, butcher, baker and
02 February 2019
Phillip Curnuck (Park Owner), Alison Pettifer (Manager) and Gerald Searle (Park Owner) If you had the opportunity to buy a caravan park anywhere in the country where would you choose? The ever popular East Coast beaches, crowded with people, battling for free space? Or a peaceful, leafy area in regional Queensland? For Gerald Searle and business partner Phillip Curnuck, the choice was a no-brainer! The two have a successful history of operating tourist parks ranging from the Snowy Mountains to Northern Queensland. ​When the opportunity arose to acquire a tourist park in the small, rural town of Crows Nest, less
31 October 2019
Accommodation in Crows Nest If you are looking for a great family getaway in the Great South East these Christmas holidays, look no further than our hidden gem in Crows Nest. Located 40 minutes from Toowoomba CBD, this great family holiday spot is perched on the crest of the Great Dividing Range and we can guarantee that you and your family will love visiting our Tourist Park this Christmas. On arrival at Crows Nest Caravan Park, you will be greeted by pristine grounds and our newly-renovated cabins and powered sites. Bring the whole family, including your dog (dogs must bring
06 August 2019
Crows Nest Accommodation Spring is the best time of year to visit the Darling Downs and Crows Nest.  The weather is perfect, the gardens are in full bloom and there is plenty to see and do.  Our Caravan Park is a wonderful base for you to set out and explore everything the region has to offer, located only 40 minutes to Toowoomba and just over an hour to the Bunya Mountains. The most popular spring event in our region is the Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers.  Running from the 20th to the 29th September, the region comes to life with a
01 July 2019
When camping with children at Crows Nest Caravan Park, they will absolutely love cooking a delicious meal over an open fire.  We have a number of camp fires set up around the caravan park for guest use or if you would prefer your own fire, take one of our fire pits back to your cabin or tent and cook in the privacy of your own space.   3 x easy camp fire recipes that kids will love to make while staying with us. 1. Choc Chip Damper Camp Fire Recipe Ingredients 2 cups self raising flour 1 cup water 2 tablespoons
25 June 2019
​Crows Nest Best Family-friendly Accommodation There are many reasons why a camping, caravan or cabin holiday is fantastic for families for young children, especially if the park has excellent onsite facilities!  Crows Nest Caravan Park accommodation have the onsite features needed for a relaxed, easy and safe family holiday.   On site facilities can make the world of difference when holidaying with young kids. Our caravan park guests can make use of the camp kitchen for fussy eaters or enjoy delicious Latin American meal at our new café, ‘The Hidden Cocina’.   There is also a fantastic IGA store, butcher, baker and
23 June 2019
Things to do while staying at Crows Nest Tourist Park. Eating out with children can be a stressful and tiring experience, unless of course you visit places they can also enjoy.  There are plenty of child-friendly dining destinations within 40 minutes drive of Crows Nest Tourist Park.   We would recommend starting the day off at... Breakfast at Emeraude, Hampton (20 minutes drive)​ A 'Micro Region Eatery' in the very beautiful Hampton, Emeraude use locally-sourced ingredients.  The Afghani Eggs (below) are delicious and feature free range 'K Farm' eggs poached in butter and local Hampton lime juice, Turkish toast smothered with
11 June 2019
Crows Nest Caravan Park has a range of accommodation still available during the Carnival of Flowers weekend in September.  Located just an hour from Toowoomba, we have a number of powered sites and cabins still available, however, they won’t last long!  Our cabins are perfect for families with children, with two bedroom family cottages and bungalows available for up to 6 guests.  This style of accommodation includes air-conditioning, full kitchen, upright fridge, dining table, balcony and outdoor setting, TV and laundry. BOOK NOW ​​We will be providing our guests with a chartered bus two and from Toowoomba on both the
28 May 2019
Are you craving a relaxed and easy winter getaway to the country?  Crows Nest Caravan Park is perfect for an easy weekend getaway to the country.   Located just two hours from Brisbane and one hour from Toowoomba, you will not spend too much of your getaway travelling in the car.   Suitable for both couples or families, our cabins are fully serviced, each with a kitchenette, air conditioning and all linen supplied.  We have 24 cabins available and a number of sleeping configurations, from a motel-style double cabin up to our two bedroom bungalow with ensuite.  Please click here to view
05 May 2019
  While camping is a great, fun activity for all ages, it may never seem like the ‘perfect time’ to introduce camping to your young families. We get it, taking your family camping for the first time can feel like a huge challenge, but it doesn’t have to be that way; with the right planning, your first time camping as a family can be a breeze, meaning you can spend more time enjoying yourself. ​ Pick Your Accomodation The most important element in any camping trip is the location. Only a 40 minute from Toowoomba, the Crows Nest Tourist Park is
30 April 2019
As the school term starts up once again after the Easter break, it’s hard to imagine that the next school holidays will be upon us again in no time. Many parents are already thinking about out how to keep themselves and their family occupied during the next school holiday break. Whether you’re looking for a change in climate, some time away from the city or just something a bit different, Crows Nest has got you covered with 7 kid friendly activities to convince you and your family to experience this beautiful region. ​ 1. National Park Adventures The Crows Nest
16 April 2019
​With technology driving every aspect of our everyday lives, digital devices are often the primary source of information and entertainment for the family unit. While the desire to be ‘always connected’ seems stronger than ever, many families are now seeking ways to switch off from the online world to avoid technology overload. ​ Escaping the Hustle and Bustle As the saying goes ‘the more things change, the more they stay the same’ as more and more parents find themselves taking the kids on a good old family camping trip as a way of escaping the hustle and bustle of modern

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