Ravenshoe Railway Caravan Park

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63 Grigg Street
Ravenshoe QLD 4888
Tel: (07) 4097 6005
  • Camp kitchen
  • Camp fire area
  • Laundry facilities
  • Dump point close by in Ascham street
  • Powered and unpowered sites
  • A disability toilet
  • Caretakers 24 hours and intercom on arrival
  • Capella 90 year old heritage steam train
  • large grassy areas

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We are located at the Ravenshoe Railway in the main street of town, opposite the Central Servo

Last updated by the Manager on 9th April, 2015
The Ravenshoe Caravan Park is owned and managed by the Ravenshoe Railway Company Limited, which is a not-for-profit organisation. Located 123 kilometres south west of Cairns, at 930 meters (3,050 ft) above sea level, Ravenshoe is the highest town in QLD.
The Ravenshoe Caravan Park is owned and managed by the Ravenshoe Railway Company Limited, which is a not-for-profit organisation.
Caretakers on site, use intercom on the back sign at the entrance to park.
Here at the park we can cater for the budget conscious, we offer $15 powered and $10 unpowered sites all year round. Our camp kitchen /BBQ Area which has a log fireplace and a large seating area are an ideal place to cook your meal or to have afternoon tea or escape the elements. We are also pet friendly.
Walking around the park you can be transported back in time with the Ravenshoe Station at the centre of the park, and ‘Capella’ the last D17 steam locomotive operating in the world, not far away.
Experience the nearby Millstream Falls, the widest waterfall in Australia and hope to sight some of the diverse variety of wildlife we have, with 12 species of possums and 8 species of kangaroo and the abundant birdlife in the area. The Misty Mountain Wilderness trails are a must for bush walking with a network of tracks that traverse Tully Gorge National Park and Wooroonooran National Park.
When visiting Ravenshoe, check out the information centre as they have some fascinating historical displays that are well worth a visit.
The ablutions block now has 2 laundry tubs and houses 2 male and 2 female toilets as well as 2 male and 2 female showers. Showers work on an honesty system and a gold coin donation box is available those who like a longer shower. There are an additional 3 unisex toilets in the Station House.
There are 26 powered and 24 unpowered sites, a camp fire, drinkable water and an onsite “grey water “dump point. (Council dump point is in Ascham Street)
The camping grounds can accommodate any size vehicle and pets are allowed. There is mobile phone reception.
Businesses to be found in Ravenshoe just a 3 are: Doctors, clinic, chemist, 2 supermarkets, auto electrician, motor mechanics, 2 pubs, 3 cafe’s, bakery, hardware, 2 real estate agents, 2 banks (Bendigo and NNAB), 2 service stations.
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