RIVERSIDE Gayndah-Caravan Park

Nestled between the Burnett Highway and the Burnett River on the north bank, the Riverside Caravan Park, formally known quaintly as the 'Manda Inn", offers the recreational or occupational visitor hassle free accommodation options.  Surprisingly quiet considering its location and surprisingly close to the center of town considering its bush setting.  We are the closest caravan park and nearly the closest motel to the CBD.  The stroll into town is picturesque though brief and well worth it.  The Claude Wharton recreational area with a sealed and concreted boat ramp, fireplaces and covered picnic tables is minutes from the park.  Great fishing and watersports here, or just laze about drinking in the bush experience.

Abundant wildlife to attract your attention is but a stonesthrow from the back of the park along the riverbank, decent fishing here also.  The town of Gayndah, the oldest in Queensland has many historical buildings, notably the art deco council chambers and town hall and the colonial cottages that form part of the museum precinct with its working steam engine and live Ceratodus (Lung Fish), well and truly worth the visit and an attraction on its own.

Reception for the park is the Independent Sevice Station at the entrance. Come in and try our burgers and sausage rolls.