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A warm welcome awaits guests at Queensland Holiday Park. This 4 star family run park offers visitors a chance to relax and enjoy the many attractions that south-west Scotland has to offer. The park Is nestled amongst the Carrick Hills with views across the Galloway Forest. The park is home to many mature trees and wildlife such as owls, red squirrels, deer and pheasants.
The Park is situated on the edge of Barrhill. This historic 'martyrs' village has a shop, public house (serving meals and welcoming of families), a bowling green and a large park and playground. With the Barrhill train station only 2 miles from the park and having the advantage of the buses stopping at the entrance, you can enjoy a relaxing day travelling taking in all the Scottish scenery.
Please note that we do have a noise curfew on site (11pm to 8am). we ask all visitors to adhere to this. If we get complaints, visitor may well be asked to leave regardless of the time. We also get midges on site so bring your repellent
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Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Gas cylinders available
Touring and motorhomes
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Mountain biking nearby
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Public transport nearby
Small (11-25 pitches)
- Coach stations
Glenluce (Dumfries & Galloway) Coach Stop — 16.4 miles
16.4 miles Newton Stewart: Dashwood Square Coach Stop — 16.4 miles
16.4 miles Stranraer: Port Rodie Ferry Terminal — 16.9 miles
- Train stations
Barrhill Rail Station — 1.2 miles
1.2 miles Girvan Rail Station — 9.5 miles
9.5 miles Stranraer Rail Station — 16.7 miles
- Ferry ports
Girvan Harbour Ferry Terminal — 9.5 miles
9.5 miles Cairnryan Stena Line Ferry Terminal — 13.0 miles
13.0 miles Cairnryan Stena Line Ferry Terminal — 13.0 miles
Glasgow Prestwick International Airport — 28.4 miles
From Glasgow – A77 to Girvan – A714 to Barrhill
From Edinburgh – A70 to Ayr – A77 to Girvan – A714 to Barrhill
From Carlisle – A75 to Newton Stewart – A714 to Barrhill
Queensland Holiday Park
Out and About
Queensland Holiday Park is situated on the borders of South Ayrshire and Dumfries so it makes an excellent base to explore South west Scotland and the many attractions it has to offer.
Nearby towns with shops, restaurants, supermarkets and swimming pools include Girvan and Newton Stewart
The Park is only 20 mins drive to the nearest sandy beach at Girvan. Ballantrae's shingle beach is a similar distance. There are also nice beaches at Ayr and Troon.
A short drive from the park brings you to the unspoiled Galloway Forest Park. (Galloway Forest Park has been officially unveiled as the first Dark Sky Park in the UK)
Glen Trool home of forest trails and the Merrick Hills. The Merrick is the largest of the southern upland range at 2,740 ft with an ascent of 4 Miles. There are many more excellent locations within the area.
For off road and mountain biking in the Galloway National Forest the Glentrool and Kirroughtree Visitors Centres are a good starting point. The 7 Stanes trails are internationally renowned and very popular.
For the golfer there are many superb courses within easy distance.
Excellent public courses can be found at nearby Girvan and Ayr. Private courses such as Newton Stewart and Wigtonshire County both welcome visitors.
For the more discerning golfers there is of course the magnificent Turnberry complex with its world famous championship course located just north of Girvan.
Fishing is one of the most popular pursuits in Scotland. Whether it is fly-fishing, coarse fishing or sea fishing you will find them all offered at reasonable prices and within easy distance of the park.
Other attractions near by
Culzean Castle and Country Park with its beautiful country gardens, swam lake, deer park and regular shows and guided walks and trails
Heads of Ayr Fun for all the family
The Electric Brae - where you can defy gravity
Cream of Galloway, a must for the ice-cream lover and great fun for the kids
Logan Botanic Gardens
Boat trips to Ailsa Craig, home to 40,000 pairs of gannets and puffins and where curling stones come from.
Day trips to Ireland and Isle of Arran
and many more ...........
- Culzean Castle & Country Park (16.8 miles)
- Burns National Heritage Park (22.7 miles)
Find local routes on the National Cycle Network - over 12,000 miles of cycling routes.