Bramston Beach Plantation Resort Bramston Beach, Cairns & Tropic North, Queensland, QLD 4871
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The natural beauty of Bramston Beach will astound your senses. Only forty-five minutes from the tropical North Queensland vacation capital, Cairns, Bramston Beach is conveniently located near to the Tablelands, World Heritage rainforests of North Queensland, and the beauty of the Great Barrier Reef.
Just 17km off the Bruce Highway, Bramston Beach Plantation Caravan Park offers you the convenience of easy highway access with the unspoilt beauty of rainforest and pristine beaches. Tropical Islands shimmer in the haze, and you realise it is paradise you have found at last.
We have absolute beachfront camping sites and campervan parking sites... it's the perfect place to stay on your driving holiday. Whether you have a large RV or motorhome, a caravan or tent, you will find a quiet private space amoungst our many parking areas and tent sites.
Enjoy a quiet drink at the Bob & Dolly Dyer Bar; the outdoor seats offer magnificent views through the coconut palms to the blue of the Great Barrier Reef. The Franklin Group of Islands are just off shore, shimmering like a mirage on hot days.
Boat Ramp facilities are available in Julia Creek beside the park so bring along your tinny or boat with your favourite rods as there is great fishing to be had off the beach at our door-step.
You can catch the famous Jumping Cod fish, or struggle to land a Barramundi or Australian King Salmon. Numerous other species of fish have been on the hooks and successfully landed in this area, which should delight any avid sports fishing enthusiast.
Encompassing Australia's oldest coconut plantation, the grounds are quiet, relaxed and utterly tranquil, it's the perfect place for you to fully recharge your batteries - then head out for new adventures and discover the attractions of the Cassowary Coast.
Only forty-five minutes from the tropical North Queensland vacation capital, Cairns, Bramston Beach is conveniently located near to the Tablelands, World Heritage rainforests of North Queensland, and the beauty of the Great Barrier Reef.
Amongst the things to do in the loca area are:
Birdwatching at Eunbenangee Swamp National Park
Climb Queensland’s highest mountain Mt Bartle Frere
Swim in the icy waters of Josephine Falls
See the cascades at Babinda Boulders
Walk along the long sandy beaches where the rainforest meets the ocean
Walk at low tide to the roadless township at the mouth of the Russell River
Go white water rafting in the Russell River