About Borumba Deer Park
Borumba Deer Park is a family-owned-and-operated campground with additional caravan and cabin accommodation, located about 10 minutes west of Imbil and just a five-minute drive from Lake Borumba, the jewel of the Mary Valley inland from the Sunshine Coast.
The park is set in the tranquility of a deer farm, where hand-feeding experiences with deer and various other farm animals is a treat for the kids, along the banks of Yabba Creek.
The Borumba Deer Park recently changed ownership and the entire park underwent extensive renovations over a 12-week period mid-2020. If you haven’t stayed at the park for a while or have never been, be sure to come and check it out.
Borumba Deer Park has all the facilities you need for a relaxed and carefree camping holiday. This includes a well-stocked kiosk, laundromat, amenity blocks, camp kitchen and barbecue areas, campfires and children’s playgrounds.
The park kiosk is open daily between 8am and 5pm (6pm on Fridays and Saturdays).
It sells bread, milk and other grocery items as well as frozen meals, snacks, drinks, ice and wood. Gas refills, along with various basic camping items, are also available.
You can even enjoy a fresh hot coffee or hot chocolate from the kiosk on the new outside deck.
The laundromat is open 24/7 and contains four large coin-operated washing machines and four large coin-operated dryers.
Both Sherwood Forest and The Stockyard amenity blocks are disability-friendly and family-friendly, with flushing toilets and hot showers.
CAMP KITCHEN AND BARBECUE AREAS
The Stockyard area contains a large camp kitchen, free-to-use gas barbecues and a large undercover area with tables and seating.
There are also smaller barbecue and seating areas in convenient locations throughout the park.
There are fireplaces at most camping sites and portable fireplaces available on request. Some fireplaces have log seating and others have space for families and friends. Long-burning mixed hardwood is available by the bag at the kiosk.
You will find swings, slippery slides, climbers and a sand pit in the playground areas at Sherwood Forest and The Stockyards. A brand new nature-inspired timber playground at The Stockyards also offers rock climbing, rope climbing, bridge walks and much more to keep the kids busy for hours.