Home to a wide range of Australian wildlife.
A friendly welcome to Alva Beach Tourist Park tucked away in the small coastal village of Alva and just a 15km drive from the town of Ayr and Burdekin Shire. The park is located a few hundred metres at the back of the dunes of the beach and consists of 5 acres of tropical grounds offering park sites and cabins set amongst coconut palms and hibiscus hedges.
Alva Beach Tourist Park offers powered and unpowered sites. They also have En-suite Cabins that can sleep up to six persons or budget cabins that will sleep up to 4 persons.
FEES & BOOKINGS
Fee is from $28/night per couple for unpowered sites, $38/night per couple for powered sites, weekly and monthly rates are available.
Facilities include toilets, showers, wheelchair access, camp kitchen, drinking water, BBQ area, picnic tables, playground, game room, laundry area, trash bins, dump point, and a boat ramp.
Please obey any local signage.
THINGS TO DO
The sparkling pool is a great spot to soak up the sun and cool off with a few laps. The park has 4WD access from the park onto the beach for boat launching, fishing, and crabbing. The region is a well-known fishing mecca, with access to barramundi, mud crabs, other estuary species, and off-coast reef fishing. Alva is also the closest point to the world-famous SS Yongala wreck. Ranked as one of the top ten dive sites in the world.