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Lloyd Jones Weir

Fish and swim at peaceful Lloyd Jones Weir, QLD

Lloyd Jones Weir is a peaceful camping spot located among trees on the banks of the pretty Alice River. Campers love this free campsite because it is tidy and clean with plenty of shade and sufficient facilities. As well as being a great place for bird watching, Lloyd Jones Weir has a sandy beach next to a lagoon where you can sun yourself and some great places to fish and swim. Where: 15 km South West of BarcaldineToilets: YesCamp Fires: Yes (BBQs available)Pet friendly: YesShowers: NoWater: YesPower: NoMobile Reception: YesBig Rig Access: YesGetting There: Turn West off Landsborough Highway 5 km South of Barcaldine for 9km. There is a 1km

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Jundah Hotel Caravan Park is now free!

Jundah Hotel Caravan Park Queensland is now free!

by Jed Elmer We are all feeling the pinch financially at the moment, with many campsites and caravan parks increasing their fees year on year, and free sites sometimes feeling a bit ‘bare bones’. It’s a rare pleasure to hear about a council bucking the trend and making a formerly paid site – now free for all patrons. Jundah Hotel Caravan Park is located between Longreach and Windorah on the upper reaches of Cooper Creek, just south of Stonehenge and west of the Welford National Park. The site features basic but clean amenities, is suitable for all vehicle types, including

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Babinda Rotary Park
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Explore waterfalls from Babinda Rotary Park

Enjoy a peaceful night sleep in the humble town of Babinda (located just off the Bruce Highway). This free camping site is found in the Cairns region, between the coastal Graham Range and inland Bellenden Ker Range. Babinda is said to be named after the Aboriginal word “binda” which means waterfall or rain. Either is plausible since there are plenty of waterfalls in the nearby ranges and it is one of the wettest places in Australia (receiving nearly 4 metres of rainfall per year). The town is nestled amongst lush mountains and green farmlands and is a great place to

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Bushy Park
Free Camping

A popular free camp: Bushy Parker Park, Rollingstone, QLD

Bushy Parker Park is a great rest area to stop over for free with all the camping facilities you need. There is plenty of shade and if you feel like taking a dip there is a clean creek closeby where you can enjoy a refreshing swim. If you would prefer to hit the waves there is a patrolled swimming area closeby at Balgal Beach, another free camping site. Rollingstone is located alongside the Bruce Highway and is a popular Queensland destination for camping, swimming and picnicking. If you need a fuel top up or supplies there is also a service station

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Qld Cumberland Mine update photo
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History aplenty at Cumberland Mine Historic Site

Cumberland Mine Site is an area rich with mining history and great scenery. The campsite itself is a basic parking area with toilets and picnic table, but what it lacks in facilities we think it makes up for in serenity and a beautiful billabong teeming with birdlife. It is pet friendly and has big rig access. The billabong is covered in water lilies and is frequented by black cockatoos, willy wagtails, budgies (seen drinking in the morning), whistling kites and brolgas, if you are lucky. There is a covered viewing platform and information boards. You can read a review and

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Qld Fletcher Creek
Free Camping

Fletcher Creek – see lava, fossils and wildlife!

Pull up some shade and enjoy the pleasant Fletcher Creek campsite. This free camping spot is situated on the banks of a flowing and clear creek and is a very popular stop-over site for campers and caravanners. The campsite doesn’t have any designated areas for people to park or pitch tents, so simply find a place you like on the large grassed area and settle in. There are toilets, cold showers and BBQs, with big rig access, and a dump point. Campfires and pets are allowed. Note: mobile reception is poor. If you want to stretch your legs, the Dalrymple National

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Bedford Weir

Bedford Weir – perfect for fishers, birdwatchers, water sport enthusiasts and families

The Bedford Weir is a man-made impoundment on the Mackenzie River. This camping area has a great range of activities closeby including fishing, bird watching, walking, water skiing, kayaking and swimming. Wood fire BBQs and a nearby playground will keep the family happy, with plenty of shaded areas near the river bank for picnicking. It’s an excellent fishing area with plenty of Barramundi and Saratoga to be caught. Plus after a long day out and about you can enjoy a hot shower and a freshly cooked fish. Where: 27 km North of Blackwater on Blackwater Cooroorah Road.Toilets: YesCamp Fires: Yes (BBQs available)Pet friendly: YesShowers: Yes (hot)Maximum

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