Monto Caravan Park
Contact us: (07) 4166 1492
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A tidy, clean & quiet park welcomes you to Monto

  • a quiet and leafy 5.5 acre park with a rural outlook
  • ensuited / family / budget cabins
  • comfortable accommodation for travelling corporate guests
  • powered / unpowered / campsite / RV friendly
  • a shaded, inground pool
  • bring 4 legged visitors, if accompanied by well behaved humans
  • a gateway to Cania Gorge National Park
  • reasonable rates
  • a park close to town

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

Monto is a friendly, quaint, rural town on Australia's Country Way (A3) just 12kms from The Cania Gorge National Park. View the video of Cania Gorge as featured on Travelling Australia.

The Historical Cultural Centre is right next door to the park and well worth a visit.

Enjoy some good old country hospitality and 'tucka' at 1 of 2 town pubs or RSL, plus cafes, great coffee, supermarkets and more. Bowls and golf can also be enjoyed whilst visiting Monto.

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

Our GPS position is: 151°6'43"E, 24°51'50"S

Read what our visitors had to say on TripAdvisor

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'Owners New Broom Seems To Be Working'
This was one of the more enjoyable caravan parks for us during our trip along the Burnett Highway. The park's right on the highway and we had a lovely, friendly check-in. Older style park, I guess, but as they say on their website, a new broom has been at work. It was easy to see where things have been happening. And we spoke to one previous guest who could vouch for that. There's plenty of powered and unpowered sites as well as cabins, plenty of trees, too, for shade, if desired, a pool,

nice clean amenities, a laundry, of course, it's peaceful with lots of birdlife and we saw a delightful sunset. There's a decent size fire pit for sitting around for meeting and greeting, chats and the odd drink. I believe the park is pet friendly, too. Monto is a beaut little country town worthy of a stopover and if travelling north the Cania Gorge is just up the highway a bit. When next in the area we will probably be back.
Reviewed by Aussiewoz on 5 June 2017

'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

'Rest stops travelling north'
Great little spot to stop. Spent 3 nights there. Owners are great and very accommodating and have been at the park for 2 years. They have done a great job of reviving the park. Amenities are spotless. Park is quite small, which is nice. Township of Monto is quite busy with passing travellers. Would stay again if passing through.       Reviewed by jennibmelbourne