Cyclone Debbie forces closure of some Queensland caravan parks


Tropical Cyclone Debbie, which devastated parts of Queensland and New South Wales, recently has left several caravan parks in Queensland unable to reopen due to damage.

Some caravan parks were within the eye of the storm, while others were affected by floods as the storm travelled through New South Wales.

Below is a list of BIG4 caravan parks affected by TC Debbie and their current status.

QUEENSLAND

BIG4-Adventure -Whitsunday

 BIG4 Adventure Whitsundays Resort (Airlie Beach) 

Closed until 18 April

The park continues to have no power, and the tree clean-up is underway.

 

BIG4 Airlie Cove Resort and Caravan Park

Closed until further notice

The park continues to have no power and the tree clean-up is underway.

 

BIG4 Capricorn Palms Holiday Village (Yeppoon)

Open

The park has not been affected by the storms or flood, however road detours may be in place through Rockhampton and surrounding areas.

For full updates on the current situation in Rockhampton please visit the Rockhampton Regional Council website.

 

Discovery Parks – Rockhampton

Open

The park is open for business and doesn’t expect to be impacted by the flooding of the Fitzroy River. Road detours may be in place.

For full updates on the current situation in Rockhampton please visit the Rockhampton Regional Council website.

 

NORTHERN NEW SOUTH WALES

While all BIG4 parks in Northern NSW are open for business, BIG4 recommends checking road conditions and closures before travelling.

All BIG4 parks in south-east Queensland, Rockhampton and northern New South Wales, except those mentioned below, are open as normal.

All travellers are encouraged to check the status of their intended park, and road conditions in the area, before travelling.