Minnie Water is a small coastal village completely surrounded by Yuraygir National Park. Minnie Lagoon is a very popular and beautiful spot for swimming, picnics and safe boat launching. To find this spot, turn into Hiawatha Road, then left at Pipers Hill following the Waratah Reserve along to the Tree of Knowledge Lookout where there is a steep sealed road down to the lagoon.
The Yuraygir National Park surrounds Minnie Water and features excellent bushwalking, trail riding and bird watching areas. The local population of Emus is famous for wandering around the holiday park delighting guests, along with their friends the kangaroos, wallabies and beautiful birds.
The Tree of Knowledge lookout, on Minnie Water headland just 5 minutes walk from the park has wonderful views of the Pacific Ocean, providing a great view of the whale migration from May to November.
We were thrilled to be able to see whales from the top of the headland. Its a beautiful view from the green grass land there opposite the houses. The village below has one shop that sells food, some groceries and tourist items. Next door is a Real estate and that is it. We went across and sat at the tables with our fish and chips and watched the water. It is a beautiful tranquil place and well worth a visit.
Deep sea fishing is excellent all year round with safe and easy boat launching in the lagoon at the southern end of Main Beach. The whole area is part of the Solitary Islands Marine Park, and Sandon River does include some Sanctuary Zones where fishing is not allowed, so please check before throwing in a line
We cater for all types of caravans, campers and buses.
- Starting from $37
- All sites are powered
- All sites are close to the amenities and laundry
- All sites are level and have a concrete slab
- Additional power & water are nearby for your convenience
- Unpowered starting from $32
- Powered starting from $37
- All sites have BBQs placed around the park for you to use