Three new holiday cabins have been built at Elliott Heads Holiday Park, providing more space for visitors to relax and enjoy the beautiful coastal area.
The family-friendly cabins offer two and three bedrooms, are fully air-conditioned and feature full-sized bathrooms and kitchens.
Bundaberg Region Mayor Jack Dempsey said the cabins were added to the park as part of a master plan which identified high occupancy rates in the area.
“As we all know, Elliott Heads is a truly breathtaking spot and is extremely popular with locals and visitors alike,” Mayor Dempsey said.
“Visitor demand has encouraged Bundaberg Regional Council to build more cabins at the Elliott Heads Holiday Park to provide accommodation so even more people can enjoy the area, with these new cabins especially catering to families.
“The park now consists of eight cabins, including an all-abilities access cabin which is wheelchair compliant.”
Mayor Dempsey said not only were the cabins large enough for families to enjoy, they were also in prime position at Elliott Heads.
“The location of each cabin was carefully planned for as much privacy as possible while also capturing as much of that stunning ocean view from the verandas,” he said.
“What a perfect area to spend time with the family while enjoying the surf, sand, great fishing and much more at this pristine beach location.”
The new cabins will be available to book from 16 December, however due to the park's popularity, availability during peak periods may be limited.
Find out more about the holiday park and Elliott Heads cabins here.