Cambroon Caravan and Camping Park

Sunshine Coast Hinterland in Queensland

Cabins & Camping

Cambroon Caravan and Camping Park has a variety of affordable accommodation options.


Close to State Forests and only 8km to Kenilworth.

Things to See & Do

Swimming and fishing, walking tracks, horse riding trails, 4WD tracks

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Ideal for couples, groups or as a family retreat for short or long term stay.

UNPLUG your next holiday. Get back to nature at Cambroon Caravan Park in the heart of the Mary Valley on the Sunshine Coast Hinterland with no phone, no internet and no TV.

Sit around the camp fire, put your feet up and relax. We limit the number of sites too so there is no overcrowding.

The Mary River flows right opposite the park and there are many water holes in the area for swimming, fishing or canoeing.

Just 8km from Kenilworth and even closer to Conondale National Park and Imbil State Forest, Cambroon Caravan Park has powered and unpowered camp sites and affordable cabins nestled in the lower flat section of the 76 acre property. Our amenities have hot showers and flushing toilets.

The park is a scenic 30-minute drive from Maleny and just two hours from Brisbane.

And if you want complete seclusion to unwind, our cabin on the ridge has stunning views across the valley.

Dogs are also welcome with campers so you can include the whole family in your holiday.

The park is a deer sanctuary and every morning the youngsters can join the deer feeding. They’ll get a glimpse of “life on the farm” too meeting the horses and cattle.

And you don’t have to travel far for supplies. Our convenience store sells fresh milk, bread, ice creams, gas, ice and firewood.

Come along, we’d love to see you!


“We extended our stay, it was so relaxing. Had a great time and will visit again,” Helen Carter

“The kids loved the deer feeding. Were asking when we could visit again on the drive home,” Bruce Johnson

“We’re definitely coming back to stay in the cabin on the ridge. It was just what we wanted, the perfect away-from-it-all escape,” Brooke Page