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Ravenswood Pub – Images courtesy Janet Peters Ravenswood is in North Queensland. Built in 1902, once a gold mining town with 5000 residents and over 30 hotels in the late 1800s, now it is just a sleepy Outback town and a nice place to stop for a night. Traveller Janet Peters said, the publican loves visitors to partake a beer on arrival. “The kitchen is always open to purchase food. Very friendly people and locals were full of info on red claw at the dam, 115 km up the road.” Ravenswood Pub Camping Area – Images courtesy Janet Peters There is a
Tickets are selling fast for the Stars of Charlotte Plains on June 23 to 26 and they are closing bookings soon.
Rainbow Beach has two caravan parks and is surrounded by Queensland National Park’s three most popular camping grounds. They are favourites of generations for good reasons
Maryborough is a town and region with excellent options for RV travellers. If you like being right in a city centre, then camp a night or two at The Alan and June Brown Car Park. This RV park is for travellers with self contained vehicles only. Pets are allowed and it is 48 hours only. Toilets are across the street, as is more RV day parking. And it is well signed. The fact that it is behind the police station, also gives travellers peace of mind. Although this is simply a car park, and you are close to a road –
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