This is your Australia Zoo accommodation. Affordable, very clean and comfortable, Caboolture Riverlakes Motel is perfect for travellers passing through on their way through to the Sunshine Coast from the Gold Coast and NSW. Caboolture Riverlakes Motel is the perfect place to stay for your excursions to the Glasshouse Mountains and Australia Zoo. The kids will enjoy stopping in Caboolture, there’s plenty of things to entertain them in their anticipation of Australia Zoo.
Flying enthusiasts will enjoy visiting the Caboolture Warplane Museum, with restored examples of P51D Mustang, a CAC Winjeel, an Australian designed and built trainer aircraft, and a Huey helicopter are just some of the exciting exhibits. The Caboolture Historical Village is another highlight. Spread over 12 acres of land, the Historical Village has an extensive collection of vintage objects and buildings, with quaint churches, a post office, butcher, corner store and gardens. The Caboolture Historical Village also has over 70 refurbished cars, trucks, motorbikes and tractors, and is also home to the Antique Machinery Restoration Society of Queensland. Art enthusiasts will enjoy the Caboolture Regional Art Gallery with it’s richly varied program of exhibitions and events that runs throughout the year.
The accommodation at Caboolture Riverlakes Motel includes a complete range of twin singles, queen and combined bedding arrangements, including family suites that includes two adjoining bedrooms of queen and twin singles — perfect for families with young kids. For convenience shopping, just across the Caboolture River are the two nearest shopping centres, the Central Lakes Shopping Village and Caboolture Square. Turn right for Woolworths at Central Lakes, or left for Coles at Caboolture Square. A drive down Morayfield Road will take you to the Morayfield Shopping Centre with a bigger selection of shops, with both Coles and Woolworths under the same roof.
If you need to make an early start to get to Australia Zoo, then Caboolture Riverlakes Motel is the obvious choice. Get on the M1 in the morning and take the left on Steve Irwin Way when you pass Beerburrum. The total trip to Australia Zoo should take less than half an hours drive.