Kershaw Gardens is located diagonally across the road from the Stockland Shopping Centre in High Street and offers camping facilities for fully self-contained vehicles only for a maximum of 48 hours. Therefore all vehicles staying overnight must have the ability to retain and store all grey water and black water within the vehicle/ caravan/ camper.
Pets are allowed and must be on a leash at all times. Generators are also allowed from 8 am to 8 pm only.
HOW TO GET THERE
Turn off the Bruce highway at High Street (Traffic Lights) and after 250m turn right at the roundabout into Kershaw gardens.
The RV area is immediately on the left.
FEES & BOOKINGS
There is no charge for the use of this facility, so if you are staying at this site we encourage you to help keep it clean, and please visit and support the town.
THINGS TO DO
Rockhampton Botanic Gardens
What better way to enjoy the best tropical climate Queensland has to offer than by exploring and discovering the delights of the Rockhampton Botanic Gardens, regarded as one of the best in regional Australia.
Whether you’re after the ideal venue for a family picnic, a garden lover’s sanctuary, a fun playground for the kids, or the perfect place for some tranquil ‘me time’, the Botanic Gardens is the tropical paradise for you.
Dreamtime Cultural Centre
The Dreamtime Cultural Centre is situated on the northern outskirts of Rockhampton on the Bruce Highway, six kilometres from the city. The centre is set on 12 hectares of land which is divided by Limestone Creek. The Rockhampton City Council and the Central Queensland Aboriginal Corporation for Cultural Activities entered into an agreement, which provides long term tenure for the centre.
Rockhampton Zoo is nestled within the Botanic Gardens and adjacent to the Murray Lagoon in Rockhampton.
Visiting our Zoo is the perfect day out! You’ll discover more than 70 species of native animals from across Australia, exotic animals from around the world, tropical rainforests and outback Australia exhibits.
Archer Park Rail Museum
Archer Park Rail Museum features a restored Purrey Steam Tram, one of nine tramcars and six trailers that operated in Rockhampton (1909 to 1939) and with Queensland Government Railways in Central Queensland.
Archer Park has a state-of-the-art soundscape and life-like mannequins to take you back to World War II times. Handicapped-accessible, with a station tearoom and great parking. Merchandise, light refreshments, soft drinks and water are available for purchase.