Traveller's Rest 1770


4.5 from 50 users


2143 Round Hill Rd, Agnes Water, Queensland

(07) 4974 9185



You can book your campsite online on our website: The Traveller's Rest 1770' offers spacious, shaded and tranquil campsites surrounded by beautiful bushland and tropical gardens with brand-new facilities. (Incl. hot and cold showers, drinking water, power plugs and kitchen sink) Located only 6 minutes drive from Agnes Water and 10 minutes from Captain Cook's famous landing spot 'The town of 1770'. 'The Original Discovery Coast Slideshow', an interpretive program, has been a welcome addition to what we have to offer. The fun, interactive and engaging presentation covers culture, history, regional flora and fauna and much more! Bring a drink and a snack and enjoy this unique experience with your whole family . (Gold Coin Donation) Take yourself on a relaxing stroll through our diverse ecosystem or participate in 'BushTracks, a walk and talk through our ever-changing eco-system.Learn more about the conservation corridor the property is on. Bootable on our website. Limited spots! Don't forget to take a snack and sit back and relax, whilst listening to the unique sounds of nature. You never know what you might discover....Kangaroos, wallabies, goannas, frilled-necked lizards, spotted dragons and many birds are often seen. (To protect local wildlife, pets and generators are not permitted.) Please bring your own fire pit if you would like to have a fire. We do have pits for hire ($5 for three nights) and sell firewood ($15 for large bag). Do not dump your toilet contents in our toilets. Dump point and water connection located at 1770 SES Grounds. We are looking forward to your visit!

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Lat: -24.24982 Lng: 151.841749

User Reviews



Nice overnighter. A little road noise and be well prepared for the mozzies. Mick is so friendly, giving me advice on our trip to Kakadu as he managed a camp up there. Ablution block is new and first class, So much less crowded than the park.


Just Us Travellin'

Such a fantastic spot. Heaps of space to spread out across. Brilliant hot showers. Communal preparation/wash area. We attended a really interesting info session about native bush tucker and medicine delivered by Mick the owner, highly recommend you go along. Guided BushTracks walks also available. Well done Mick and family for creating such a great camp ground and sharing it with travellers.


We feel like this place is one of those places that are yet to be discovered. So close go agnes waters and 1770. Lots of open space without feeling boxed in like the caravan parks. Hot showers, toilets, and water. Half the price of a caravan park but a better experience. Love it! Will be back again soon!


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