Alva Beach Tourist Park is located in the small coastal village of Alva, just a 15km drive from the North Queensland town of Ayr. The park is situated a behind the dunes and approx 300 metres easy walk from the beach. The property consists of 5 acres of tropical grounds with park sites and cabins set amongst coconut palms and hibiscus hedges. The park offers powered and non-powered sites with or without slabs. There are seven En-suite Cabins that can sleep up to six persons or budget cabins that will sleep up to four persons. Recently added 8 private toilet/shower ensuite.
The area being coastal catches the cooling sea breezes during the hotter summer months and the sparkling pool is a great spot to soak up the sun and cool off with a few laps.
The property 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 one of the few places left that allows vehicles on the beach. A great day can be had on a quad bike running from Alva all the way to the tip of the spit at Cape Bowling Green.
Alva Beach is also the closest point to the world-famous SS Yongala wreck, ranked as one of the top ten dive sites in the world. Yongala Dive is located within the grounds of the park.
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