Moore Park Beach Motel, Queensland

Budget Motel Chain Accommodation Moore Park Beach Bundaberg

Budget Motel Moore Park Beach Motel Address:

29 Club Avenue,
Moore Park Beach
Queensland 4670

Here are a few helpful things to know when you stay with us at the Budget Motel Moore Park Beach Motel

Budget Motel Moore Park Beach Motel owners, Jan and Charlie, welcome you to Moore Park Beach Motel in the Bundaberg region where you will enjoy a peaceful, relaxing, and safe stay in one of the most picturesque parts of Australia.

Just 18km from the Bundaberg CBD, Moore Park Beach offers a quiet haven with an unspoilt beach, bushland, duck pond, bike and walking paths, and parklands. Moore Park Beach Motel is a member of the Budget Motel Chain which means our standards are to provide clean, comfortable and affordable accommodation to our guests. As part of the Budget Motel Chain, the Moore Park Beach Motel in Bundaberg will always offer you the best affordable accommodation rates when you book on www.budgetmotels.com.au!

Budget Motel Moore Park Beach Motel is Pet Friendly! We don’t think your much-loved pets should miss out on a great holiday. We just ask that you let you let us know when booking that you will have your pet with you.

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Moore Park Beach in Bundaberg is a family friendly area offering all the services and amenities that may be required during your stay; mini mart, service station, bakery, eateries, sporting clubs, hardware stores are all conveniently located.

During the summer months, Moore Park Beach is used as a nesting site for loggerhead sea turtles. To protect the turtles and their eggs, dogs are only allowed on the beach north of Palm View Drive. Only a short distance up the road from the beach you will find a feeding, roosting and breeding habitat for the local waterbirds.

Bundaberg & Capricorn Coast

The historic sugar cane city of Bundaberg is a four-hour drive north of Brisbane and the southernmost gateway to the Great Barrier Reef. It is fringed by fascinating coral cays, lagoons and 140 kilometres (87 miles) of glistening white beaches.

From Bundaberg it is a short drive to Mon Repos Regional Park, home to the largest concentration of nesting sea turtles on the eastern Australian mainland. Bundaberg is also the base for diving and snorkelling trips to Lady Musgrave Island and Lady Elliot Island, as well as swimming and fishing from coastal national parks.

But Bundaberg isn’t just a coastal experience, you can also explore city drawcards such as museums, heritage buildings and lush botanic gardens. Learn more about the sugar cane trade and how Australia’s popular Bundaberg Rum has put this town on the map. Moore Park Beach is just 15 minutes away.

The historic sugar cane city of Bundaberg is a four-hour drive north of Brisbane and the southernmost gateway to the Great Barrier Reef. It is fringed by fascinating coral cays, lagoons and 140 kilometres (87 miles) of glistening white beaches.

From Bundaberg it is a short drive to Mon Repos Regional Park, home to the largest concentration of nesting sea turtles on the eastern Australian mainland. Bundaberg is also the base for diving and snorkelling trips to Lady Musgrave Island and Lady Elliot Island, as well as swimming and fishing from coastal national parks.

But Bundaberg isn’t just a coastal experience, you can also explore city drawcards such as museums, heritage buildings and lush botanic gardens. Learn more about the sugar cane trade and how Australia’s popular Bundaberg Rum has put this town on the map. There’s a range of Bundaberg accommodation from campgrounds to luxury apartments, or consider the beachside suburb of Bargara, 15 minutes away.

The historic sugar cane city of Bundaberg is a four-hour drive north of Brisbane and the southernmost gateway to the Great Barrier Reef. It is fringed by fascinating coral cays, lagoons and 140 kilometres (87 miles) of glistening white beaches.

From Bundaberg it is a short drive to Mon Repos Regional Park, home to the largest concentration of nesting sea turtles on the eastern Australian mainland. Bundaberg is also the base for diving and snorkelling trips to Lady Musgrave Island and Lady Elliot Island, as well as swimming and fishing from coastal national parks.

But Bundaberg isn’t just a coastal experience, you can also explore city drawcards such as museums, heritage buildings and lush botanic gardens. Learn more about the sugar cane trade and how Australia’s popular Bundaberg Rum has put this town on the map. There’s a range of Bundaberg accommodation from campgrounds to luxury apartments, or consider the beachside suburb of Bargara, 15 minutes away.

The Capricorn Coast is an undiscovered paradise. Townships along the Capricorn Coast are surrounded by beautiful stretches of coastline where warm waters lap the sands of secluded beaches. Situated just below the Tropic of Capricorn, The Capricorn Coast is a beautiful stretch of coast with a temperate climate, magnificent sunsets and all the advantages of a coastal holiday while still maintaining a village style.

Close to rainforests and National Parks, a string of beaches chartered by Captain Cook, Great and North Keppel Islands, and southern Great Barrier Reef there is no end to the holiday possibilities of this region. Depending on your interests there are a number of main regional towns to stay at the Capricorn Coast while you soak up the sun and explore Queensland at its best.

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