Welcome to Pelican Rest Tourist Park
Steve & Lorraine McNamara invite you to come and spend some time in their spacious well appointed Pelican Rest Tourist Park in St George Queensland. We also take enormous pride in providing clean comfortable modern accommodation and large sites for caravanners, all with friendly guest service.
Try our 12 metre Heated Therapeutic Mineral pool, which is being constantly rejuvenated with our town's beautiful soft Artesian Water.
It's then infused with a specifically formulated blend of minerals, which softens the water and makes for a silky smooth swimming experience, like no other. Not to mention the health benefits for the skin, hair, eyes & nervous system. Come and Luxuriate in our mineral pool, you have nothing to lose & everything to gain.
Check out the quiet, peaceful surroundings, the landscaped grounds featuring native trees, shrubs, resident kangaroo's and the wonderful birdlife. Huge grassed sites make for a welcoming environment.
Pelican Rest Tourist Park St George features powered sites, drive through sites and plenty of room for Big Rigs and 5th wheelers. Pets are welcome on caravan site bookings. No pets are allowed with cabin bookings.
Our superbly equipped Camp Kitchen, includes a pizza oven and is a great spot to cook up a storm or sit by the wood fire chatting with friends.
The caravan park features Free Wi-Fi and a dump point for your convenience. There are shady camping sites and a wide range of air conditioned accommodation including, Superior Cabin & 2 bedroom deluxe cabins, ensuite and spa cabins to ultra modern multi ensuite cabins to suit all accommodation needs.
Pelican Rest Tourist Park is the perfect base to explore St George and surrounds and is a member of the Top Parks Chain of caravan parks.
Enjoy the attractions including The Unique Egg, Cotton Self-Drive Tours, Pilot's Memorial, River Walk, Murals, Beardmore Dam, Sandytown River Cruises, Nindigully Pub and fishing in the Balonne River.
Steve & Lorraine can provide advice for those seeking information about the St George district, events, people and history.
See us on Discover Downunder