Coming to all regions across Australia.

Welcome to the only nature campground in Agnes Water 1770.

We are the only TAWK Member in the region!

The Traveller’s Rest 1770 offers spacious, shaded and tranquil campsites, surrounded by nature.  The relaxing atmosphere will make you want to stay longer and the prices are affordable too! Located only a six-minute drive from Agnes Water, easily accessible on the main road. The beautiful beaches of the Discovery Coast, breathtaking sunsets in Seventeen Seventy (1770) and the gateway to Eurimbula National Park are in close proximity to the camp. You can enjoy the benefits of a well-maintained ablution block, separated into female, male, and disabled amenities. Including kitchen sink, power plugs and drinking water.

Traveller’s Rest 1770 is managed by welcoming hosts with years of experience in the Tourism Industry. We believe in making every Traveller’s stay an enjoyable and memorable highlight of their holiday.

One of the main reasons for staying with them is “BushTracks” and  “The Original Discovery Coast Slideshow”, a unique Interpretive Program presented by Mike. You can also enjoy a stroll along with one of the Bushwalks and observe a vast variety of birds and native wildlife.

BushTracks, follow ancestral footsteps and learn about history, bush tucker, bush medicine, and native flora and fauna on a relaxed stroll through the ever-changing eco-system! Book BushTracks online.

Indicative Prices

$13.50 to $40

$13.50 per adult per night
$25 per couple per night
Children under five years of age: free
Children (5-16 years of age) $5.00 per night
Family Pass (up to 5 children): $40.00

Cash, Card payments on arrival, online bookings accepted

Accessibility Information

  • Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

Activies you can engage in:

  • Cycling
  • Swimming


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Traveller’s Rest 1770…more than just a campground!

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