• Burnett Heads Oceanfest Festival 2021

    After a year’s break due to Covid restrictions, Oceanfest Bundaberg was back bigger than ever in 2021 and RV Oceanside were delighted to sponsor the event once again.

    Held at the Port Marina in Burnett Heads, the festival was a huge success with roughly 10,000 attendees enjoying local seafood and displays from the many local businesses ...

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  • Display village now open!

    Our display village is now complete and open for inspection.  

    Featuring four different floorplans and finished in a range of styles to appeal to a variety of tastes, a visit to our display village is the best way to see just how exceptional our homes are. 

    Located on Oceanside Avenue, these homes are in easy ...

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  • Recreational precinct nearing completion

    Construction of our first stage of recreational facilities is almost complete, with the finishing touches underway on all facilities ahead of our official opening in December. 

    The executive team recently gave Bundaberg Mayor, Mr Jack Dempsey and Bundaberg Regional Council CEO, Mr Steve Johnston, a tour of the stage one site. We were delighted to show them ...

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  • RV Oceanside in the news

    Find all the latest national news and media releases about RV Lifestyle Village Oceanside. 

    Scroll down to find recent media releases and news articles about RV Oceanside. To view, click the link below each title, and the article will open in a separate tab in your browser. 

    Inside Queensland's amazing retirement mega-resorts
    19 May 2020

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  • Community precinct construction update

    Construction of our community precinct is well underway with the foundations of our reception building almost complete. 

    This month will see the foundations finished for both the gymnasium and the games room, and framework for the administration building erected as well. 

    The administration building will feature a casual lounge overlooking the pool, an art and ...

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  • Ideas to keep you entertained during self-isolation

     Borders are shut, cafes and restaurants are closed and Australians have been advised to self-isolate as much as possible. If you're finding yourself with some spare time on your hands, we've put together some suggestions to keep you entertained online (that don't include reading the news!).   

    Grey Nomads Series 
    Have you met the likes of Bev ...

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  • Loggerhead turtles hatch at Oaks Beach

    One of the benefits of living in the small coastal town of Burnett Heads is being able to walk to the beach and enjoy the sunrise all by yourself. Last week I was doing just that when 40 baby Loggerhead turtles decided to make an appearance!

    Over the turtle nesting season (November - April), the Sea Turtle Alliance ...

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  • RV Oceanside on board with Truck Friendly Program

    When doing the ‘Big Lap’ there are two things you’re guaranteed to see every day – caravans and trucks. In fact, the latest Caravan and Campervan Data Report states that there are now over 600,000 caravans and over 65,000 campervans registered in Australia.

    When Ken Wilson from the Truck Friendly Program approached us in March 2019 with his vision for ...

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  • Major construction underway

    Development Construction Pty Ltd (Devcon) have been appointed as our civil works contractor and have now moved onsite to commence works. The first stage of works to be undertaken will include the installation of major services, construction of village roads and preparing house lots for construction. Additionally, major upgrades to Schleger Street, outside of the village will commence in ...

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  • Fresh produce at your doorstep

    The Bundaberg region is often referred to as Australia’s ‘food bowl’ and for good reason! Our rich soils and temperate climate ensure the bountiful production of macadamias, tomatoes, avocadoes, berries, lychees, pineapples, melons, beans and squash (to name just a few).

    The area also produces a significant amount of Queensland’s sugar crop, which becomes pretty ...

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