We camped one night here in August 2011. We did not hire a cabin or villa however they all appeared well maintained and well located around the park. Owners were friendly and helpful when we arrived to check in and escorted us to the camping / caravan sites. As we did not have an advanced booking (last minute decision to camp overnight), we were given a large site in the tent / small campervan section. These sites are not the best as there is little grass and in areas quite a few tree roots, however they suited us for an overnight stay as we had a Hi-Ace camper and did not require a grassed site. If it was wet weather then these sites would not be the most suitable for people in tents. Our site came with power and there are other non powered sites in this section. Close by is a clean camp kitchen with hot plates, oven, microwave, table & chairs, sink, kettle & some basic kitchenware, Television etc. Next to this are hot showers and toilets so the facilities available to campers are quite adequate and very clean. There is a good section for caravans with concrete pads which is also close to the amenity block.
The park is set in bush land surroundings with a large pond with ducks and birds etc. There is a gas BBQ area here as well. The park has a swimming pool similar in size to a home swimming pool. This park is close to Australia zoo, railway station and about 15 - 20 minutes from the beach. The park is well located for those wanting a bush like setting whilst staying on the Sunshine Coast however with so many beautiful beach front caravan parks to choose from all along the sunshine coast we would not stay again due our preference for a beach front location or a caravan park with more facilities for children. We did enjoy our one night at Landsborough Pines and our young child particularly liked the wildlife and bird aviary on site. Take insect repellant as there are a few mosquitoes given the location. Being close to the train line you will hear trains during the night.