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Brisbane Holiday Village Eight Mile Plains

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Brisbane Holiday Village
10 Holmead Road
Eight Mile Plains
QLD
4113
Tel: 07 3341 6133

Directions

The holiday begins at 10 Holmead Road in Eight Mile Plains.

Where are we going today?

For those families who are looking to extend their fun Queensland day out to a longer experience (and why wouldn't you - it's Brisbane!), then Brisbane Holiday Village is a family friendly caravan park located in Eight Mile Plains, which is just south of Brisbane city. They not only have powered, en-suite, and unpowered sites camping and caravan sites, but also lovely holiday cabins, short and long term cabins for those families who want something a bit more "familiar" to home. 

Have other families that you love travelling with? Make a trip of it and book their group accommodation! They also have group meal packages that you can take advantage of. 

Think Brisbane Holiday Park is just another caravan park? Think again! They have a number of facilities that you can enjoy that makes this holiday park a day out in itself!

The Lagoon of the Sun is a fun Inca themed pool area with two refreshing salt water swimming lagoons, as well as (as you do) and ancient sun and urn waterfalls! They also have pool cabanas with toilets and a change room.

Fancy drying off with a spot of mini golf? Of course you do! They have an 18 hole mini-golf course that is Inca themed and comes with it's own pyramid and rock features!

Kids can get active and climb, play and hide in the Temple of the Terrors playground area, and for the whole family can get court-side on their full sized tennis court! 

Brisbane Holiday Village also has a smaller toddlers picnic area and playground so they can enjoy time with kids their own age, as well as a fun jumping pillow! 

During holiday season, they also offer kids activities and crafts! Too much holiday fun!

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What is there to do?

So much to do! Swimming lagoons, waterfalls, 18 hole golf (at an extra charge), tennis courts, jumping pillow, playgrounds, sports field, school holidays crafts and activities for kids....you might never want to leave the grounds!

How much does it cost?

  • Full hook up From $52 / day
  • Full hook up $287 / week
  • Tents $39 / day
  • Tents $182 / week
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Facilities on site

They have a 7 days a week convenience stores, five coin operated laundries and a coin operated internet kiosk, free tennis court and racquet hire, free DVDs and board games for loan, and weekly cabin cleaning for holiday cabins!

When can we go?

Year Round.

I'm Hungry!

They not only have a coin operated BBQ area on site, but they have the Lagoona Resort Restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner 7 days a week. .

Need a little extra help?

They have unisex special needs bathrooms.

Baby Facilities

They have baby changing facilities with ladies and gents toilets and showers.

What people are saying?

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    This is the forth time I enjoy staying in BHV. My family really enjoined staying there. Everything is great! We have lived in three types of Cabins: Metro, Alfersco, and two bedrooms corporate, they are all great and well furniture.
    They also have good deal when you staying for three weeks or more.
    I do recommend people to enjoy their stay there.
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    Had a lovely two week stay in a Metro cabin. Staff were excellent: friendly, helpful, prompt and courteous. Had trouble with the wireless internet, but neither of my mates did (so something with my laptop?), and otherwise had a very nice stay. Pool was very nice, cafe was unexpectedly good (food was better than average, they offered quick milk and soft drink purchases, and it was open late), and the entire park was incredibly quiet and peaceful at night, which led to many good nights of sleep. The only downside really is the remoteness of the...Read More

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    We have stayed at the BHV on several occasions in a variety of the cabins on offer, over the past few years. Based on facilities, cost and location BHV came out on top for accommodation this close to the city. It's situated close to Garden City (ten minute stroll up the road) and has bus access right outside its front door (which will take you straight to Garden City and/or onto Brisbane CBD).
    The staff are friendly and helpful and offer great local knowledge and advice. The onsite cafe/restaurant had undergone some changes on our last visit...Read More

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    A little too far from the city.
    The management is great and cabins are immaculate though.

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    We had a fantastic stay in one of the Cosmo cabins, a slight problem with the hot water was seen to very quickly by Geoff and his staff. The park is a great place to stay with kids, our 8 year old loved the mini golf and the pool. Getting around is very easy, a bus stop is just outside the park, a major shopping centre is about a 10 min walk, and the motorway to the gold coast is just around the corner. While there you must also check out the cafe, does great meals. The staff at Brisbane holiday village are very friendly people and do all they can...Read More

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by Mark Thompson

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Had a lovely two week stay in a Metro cabin. Staff were excellent: friendly, helpful, prompt and courteous. Had trouble with the wireless internet, but neither of my mates did (so something with my laptop?), and otherwise had a very nice stay. Pool was very nice, cafe was unexpectedly good (food was better than average, they offered quick milk and soft drink purchases, and it was open late), and the entire park was incredibly quiet and peaceful at night, which led to many good nights of sleep. The only downside really is the remoteness of the property. While it is situated on a bus line, the line runs only a bit on weekends, making it difficult to visit the city except on weekdays. Shopping at the mall nearby isn't bad, but the long walk back with two heavy bags of groceries is a bit daunting. I'll likely stay here again in the future due to the pleasant experience I had, but I'll do more upfront planning for actual city trips or other travel.

by Micky Sue

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We have stayed at the BHV on several occasions in a variety of the cabins on offer, over the past few years. Based on facilities, cost and location BHV came out on top for accommodation this close to the city. It's situated close to Garden City (ten minute stroll up the road) and has bus access right outside its front door (which will take you straight to Garden City and/or onto Brisbane CBD).
The staff are friendly and helpful and offer great local knowledge and advice. The onsite cafe/restaurant had undergone some changes on our last visit and we found the food and service to be superb.
My kids enjoy visiting the park not only for the playground, mini golf, tennis and swimming but also because they always find other kids there to play with.
We will certainly be back :)

by A Google User

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We had a fantastic stay in one of the Cosmo cabins, a slight problem with the hot water was seen to very quickly by Geoff and his staff. The park is a great place to stay with kids, our 8 year old loved the mini golf and the pool. Getting around is very easy, a bus stop is just outside the park, a major shopping centre is about a 10 min walk, and the motorway to the gold coast is just around the corner. While there you must also check out the cafe, does great meals. The staff at Brisbane holiday village are very friendly people and do all they can to help make your stay a great one. We can't wait to go back.

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