Greenacres Motel Caravan Park - Benaraby

Clean Rooms - Friendly Service


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Benaraby, a small township on the Bruce Highway is the hub of an area that shouldn't be
missed. Situated on the picturesque Boyne River many attractions are close at hand and
will entice the traveller to pause to experience what it has to offer.
 
Only 500 metres north of Benaraby is the lovely Greenacres Motel Van Park, a small friendly
place catering for all, with air conditioned motel units, on-site air conditioned vans, powered
sites and shady campsites. Greenacres has a covered swimming pool, children's
playground and a camp kitchen that everyone is encouraged to use.
 
Only 2km to Benaraby Dragway, with competitions on almost every weekend.
Also only 2km to Jono Porter Drive home of Gladstone Dirtbike Association.
 

 

Entrance to Greenacres Motel Van Park
We are located at Benaraby on the Bruce Highway (800m from the Gladstone turn off).
 
Greenacres offers motel units, on-site vans, drive through van sites and shady campsites to choose from.
 
With a country atmosphere and easy locality, Greenacres is an excellent relaxation stopover.
 
The surrounding area is waiting to be explored. Come and visit us and see the beauty our region has to offer.

Boyne River

If you fish, and don't most of us? A diversity of spots awaits you, just wak upstream from the bridge and get amongst the flathead, bream, grunter and mangrove jack as well as the barramundi noted in the area.
 
For the beach fisherman, Turkey Beach, Boyne Island and Tannum Sands are close enough to plan your menu for the night.
 
The real jewel however, is Lake Awoonga an 8 minute drive from Greenacres. Barramundi fishing is all year round and as thousands of fingerlings are released into the lake every year for the past 10 years you are assured of a good days fishing. Other species from bony bream to spangled perch will also be encountered. See photo below, this fish was caught in October 2007, thanks to Dennis and Kel for this photo.
 

 Kel from NSW with his 101cm Barra, caught in October 2007.                                        

                                                
Drive Thru Sites
For the non-angler the Lake is also a great spot for a swim, use the many walking tracks to enjoy the gorgeous scenery and observe the local wildlife (the Lake is considered a vital off coast bird refuge).
 
Benaraby - Just Enjoy.