See the turtles at Mon Repos

Definitely a thing for your bucket list. 

The turtles were THE reason we stayed at Bargara Beach Caravan Park. Mon Repos supports the Pacific region’s largest breeding population of loggerhead turtles, and the largest nesting marine turtles on the eastern mainland Australia.

Of course we found lots of other lovely things to

Tried and tested: Bargara Beach Caravan Park

Bargara Beach Caravan Park is located across the road from the patrolled beach, and playgrounds at Neilsen Park, on the northern side of town.

The park was quiet and friendly. Even though there was a major surf lifesaving carnival on that weekend, there was still ample spaces, plenty of shade,

Why I joined Main Beach Surf Club

We are proud members of Rainbow Beach Surf Club – we are thrilled all four kids are now all lifesavers. The eldest works as a lifeguard to help him through uni, and our youngest has his last season of Nippers. 

When we stayed at Main Beach Tourist Park recently –

Tried and tested: Main Beach Tourist Park

Last weekend we realised our caravan plus the tow A-frame is closer to 24 foot, not 23. When you visit Main Beach Caravan Park, if yours is a similar length, ask for a longer site. 

Just a moderate sized park in-between Southport and Surfers Paradise, QLD, the staff were welcoming,

Help Gympie Region build the right RV Strategy

CAMPS travellers, please help our local region become more RV friendly, and let them know what we need. Gympie Regional Council is seeking your views on RV (Recreational Vehicle) tourism to attract and encourage visitors to the Gympie Region.
Comments are now being sought to help shape Council’s RV Strategy to

By |November 20th, 2018|General, QLD|0 Comments|

Favourite events – Festival of Small Halls

If you enjoy a relaxed night of music, try to attend Australia’s largest dedicated regional music tour, Festival of Small Halls.

The 2018 Summer Tour, features Canada’s two-time JUNO Award-winner, Old Man Luedecke and local folk festival favourite, Lucy Wise.

Our town was very fortunate to host the festival for the

Camp at Number 1

That’s the name of one of our newest listings. Named because you’ll be camping on the banks of Yabba Creek at the Crossing Number One. Only 3 km out of Imbil, in the Mary Valley, Queensland – if you reach the crossing, you’ve gone too far. Owners, Lian

By |October 24th, 2018|Camping, QLD|0 Comments|

New free camp: Little Mulgrave Creek

Thanks to Phil Hughes for this update.

We are staying at a free camp on the Little Mulgrave Creek, approx 11kms west of Gordonvale and 46kms east of Atherton, Queensland. Co ordinates: 17 8’ 22” S  145 43”26” E.

From Gordonvale you travel 11kms on Gillies Highway, turn right where a

New listing: ARVOS Camp

Julie Lee and husband Mark have a working cattle property called ‘Birchgrove’ in the rural Queensland town of Aramara, with a camping area in one section called Arvos Camp. Julie wrote to us about their new venture: After travelling Australia for 2 laps during …

Ten new listings on Fraser Island K’gari

In light of the royals Harry and Meghan’s visit to Fraser Island, we thought it was high time to add more campsites to the App and CAMPS 10. In addition to Cathedrals on Fraser listed in Caravan Parks 4, we now have four more campgrounds and six dump points