Caravan and Camping in Dalby

Discover a freshwater find in the Dalby region

Dalby has a wide range of camping and caravanning spots to pique your interest. Immerse yourself in nature – observe the many species of birds and wildlife, explore the walking trails, or take time to just sit with nature and absorb the atmosphere.

Caravan and Camping in Dalby

Lake Broadwater

If you like to wake up to views of the water, pitch your tent at Lake Broadwater Conservation Park. You’ll find it 30km outside of Dalby, nestled on the banks of Lake Broadwater, the only naturally occurring freshwater lake on the Darling Downs. Facilities take the form of toilets, cold showers, powered and unpowered sites, a kids playground and picnic facilities. Bring your own wood because fires are allowed in the designated fireplaces (except when fire bans or prohibitions apply). Embrace the noisy neighbours – there’s more than 230 species of birds recorded at the park, including flocks of sulphur-crested cockatoos and rainbow Bee-eaters.

Further Information

Access: Travel 20km Sth West of Dalby on Moonie Highway, turn into Broadwater Road.
The campground is 10km on left hand side.

Lake Broadwater Campground $13.70 per site per night, Additional person $6.85 per night, $3.75 per night for students or accompanying adults on approved educational excursions.

Wilga Camp Ground fees $7.00 per person per night or $28 per family per night, $2.85 per night for students and accompanying adults on approved educational excursions.

Phone:
Caretaker (07) 4663 3562 or 0410 082 107

Dalby Caravan & Tourist Parks

Dalby Tourist Park
32 Myall Street, Dalby
QLD 4405
Ph: 07 4662 4793
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Pioneer Caravan Village (RV Friendly)
28 Black Street, Dalby QLD 4405
Ph: 07 4662 1811
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Glasby’s Caravan Park
82 Moffatt Street,
Kaimkillenbun QLD 4406
Ph: 07 4663 4228

Bell Tourist Park
40 Cedarvale Road, Bell
Ph: 07 4663 1265
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