Monto Caravan Park

* Spacious sites   * Relaxed, private, peaceful park
* Cabin options for private, contractor and corporate guests

  • Caravan park entrance
  • Caravan sites
  • Monto park cabins
  • Caravan park swimming pool


The quiet and leafy Monto Caravan & Cabin Park is set on well maintained 5.5 acres with a country feel and country hospitality, located close to town. Our sites are very spacious and well kept and we offer powered, unpowered sites, RV friendly sites, and campsites. We also provide a range of cabins to suit a variety of needs and budgets.

We are extremely proud to have our amenities described by many travellers as 'the cleanest they have come across', a credit to us. Cool down in our shaded, in-ground pool, or relax by the fire pit and meet other travellers.

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The Monto Caravan and Cabin Park is a birdwatchers paradise with over 90 species of birds being documented in the park. We welcome 4 legged visitors. Some pet friendly cabin options are available on application.The Historical Cultural Centre is right next door to the park and well worth a visit. We are only 12 klms from the Cania Gorge National Park where you can experience rainforest walks, sandstone cliffs, wonderful scenery and more. (View the video of Cania Gorge as featured on Travelling Australia.)

Park Features...

  • Quiet and Leafy 5.5 Acre Park
  • Pet Friendly
  • Rural Outlook Close to Town
  • Powered and Unpowered Sites/Grass Tent Sites
  • Ensuited/Family/Budget Cabins
  • Comfortable Accommodation for travelling Corporate Guests
  • Tourist Information
  • Shaded, Inground Pool
  • Reasonable Rates
  • Free WiFi
  • Laundry Facilities
  • LPG Refills
  • Affordable rates for Contractors and Labourers
  • Dump Point

For accommodation enquiries on behalf of your company, please read about our Business Accommodation here.

We look forward to greeting you and allowing us to put a smile on your dial, as you will surely be greeted with one!

About Monto

The town of Monto is a friendly, quaint, rural town on Australia's Country Way (A3) and is home to a wide variety of historic, cultural and artistic experiences in the North Burnett. Monto is the most northern and youngest town in the North Burnett and is situated approximately 200 klms west of the coastal cities of Bundaberg and Gladstone.

Monto is one of the newest towns in Queensland having come into existence as recently as 1924 when, under the Land Development Scheme, larger properties were resumed and prime agricultural land was provided, in smaller lots, to soldiers who had returned from World War I.

Prior to the arrival of Europeans the area around Monto was home to people from the Gureng Gureng Aboriginal language group.

Enjoy some good old country hospitality and 'tucka' at 1 of 2 town pubs or at the RSL. In town you will find cafes, great coffee, supermarkets, Australia Post, banking, pharmacy and a variety of shops. There is also a medical centre and a hospital. Bowls and golf can be enjoyed whilst visiting Monto.

151°6'43"E, 24°51'50"S

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Read what our visitors had to say on TripAdvisor

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'Quality caravan and cabin park'
We decided to stop over in Monto on our way to Lake Boondooma for 3 nights but stayed 5 nights. The owners of this caravan park, Lesley and Peter, go out of their way to ensure your experience

within the park, be it caravaning or cabins, is personable, friendly and informative. The amenities are extremely clean, our caravan is 30 ft long including towbar and our site was big enough to fit the van and car with ease. This is a quality c/park and one we will be more than happy to recommend and revisit.
Reviewed by neil598

'Great Hosts, Delightful Town'
I stayed for around two months earlier this year while working at the high school. Peter and Leslie were terrific hosts and the town itself is a delightful place to visit. I was in the apartment

attached to the main office building and found it very spacious and comfortable with a well equipped kitchen and air conditioning which came in pretty handy during the mad heat. I spent some time exploring the countryside on weekends which meant heading out to Cania Gorge to hike some trails and the locals were very friendly at the pub at the bottom of the high street. If you're in to charcuterie, the two local butchers produce eerything from ham to kasseler to wurst and jerky. Great stuff. Finished my contract there with some very fond memories.
Reviewed by Junn K on 4 April 2017

'Friendly clean and tidy'
Fantastic place to stay. Owners went out of their way to be helpful and were very friendly. Facilities were excellent and the grounds, although dry, were well cared for and very tidy. Pool was also a

welcome area. We spent a lot of time watching the kangaroos just outside the park. Highly recommended.
Reviewed by KeithClarris on 28 February 2017

'We needed somewhere to stay for 2 nights while visiting friends in Monto'
There was no Motel/Hotel accommodation on short notice. We were able to book into Jade cabin at the Monto Caravan and Cabin Park which

turned out to be more economical than Motel/Hotel as it was fully self contained with a separate bedroom and en suite, all linen provided, TV, full size fridge, stove and oven, microwave, some tea, coffee, sugar. The whole cabin was very clean and tidy. The outside area was enclosed with mesh (called the Birdcage) with an outside setting. The whole park was very clean and tidy, lots of birdlife, 5.5 acre park with powered/unpowered/campsites, in ground pool, pets welcome (but not in cabins), and close to the town centre. Monto is aalso the gateway to Cania Gorge National Park just 12kms away. It is a friendly, quaint, rural town on Australia's Country Way (A3). The Historical Cultural Centre is right next door to the park and well worth a visit, 2 pubs, RSL, Bowls Club, bakery, cafe, IGA, Duck Inn Store. A very relaxed, private and peaceful park and friendly staff.
Reviewed by 27Lbell