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Tooraweenah Emu Farm, New South Wales
Destinations

Visit an Emu Farm, near the Warrumbungles, New South Wales

Have you tried emu? Not tried riding one, I mean eating one. Or an emu egg scramble? Well you can at Tooraweenah, in New South Wales. Little did we know as we travelled through the Warrumbungle National Park, between Gilgandra and Coonabarabran, that we would find a emu farm. It was great to meet the family, check out their birds, and learn about benefits of emu oil. They have been farming emus since 1995 – and now have over 1200. We were lucky to see these little chicks – they normally hatch early July. They are hand raised. The farm

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Congo Campground Eurobodalla NP NSW - image Cathie and Alan Bromwich
Budget Campsite

2 beaches and a river at Congo Campground, Eurobodalla National Park, New South Wales

Congo Campground Eurobodalla NP NSW – image Cathie and Alan Bromwich Congo Beach, NSW is a budget national park campground, and a favourite in our CAMPS community with the CAMPS tick of approval. Located in the beautiful Eurobodalla National Park, you can explore lagoons, lakes, estuaries, sheltered and wild beaches. For water lovers – there is waterskiing and boating at Corunna Lake, fishing and swimming around Mullimburra Point, surfing at 1080 Beach and paddling on Brou Lake and around Lake Tuross. The closest town is Moruya on the far south coast of New South Wales, just 10 km away. The campground has

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Poona Lake Rainbow Beach Queensland
Camping

Poona Lake is a hidden wonder in Rainbow Beach, Queensland

We love Poona Lake. Like K’gari Fraser Island lakes, you’ll see rainforest tower above ancient sand dunes – it’s a rare heritage marvel! It is a short, shaded walk into a gorgeous hidden wonder, beloved by locals and visitors.  Poona Lake is the largest of its kind in Cooloola, 12 hectares of water!  Perched lakes are the most common here and form from a ‘saucer’ of organic matter makes a depression in the dunes. Then, water collects and a lake is born. As you enter the water, it is crystal clear. Then at a couple of metres – pitch black!

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Camping

4WD to the Homestead Camp, Dirk Hartog Island, Western Australia

The Homestead Campground – Images by Adams Family Travels Here’s an update from CAMPS Ambassadors, Dale and Tracey from Adams Family Travels: The Homestead Camp is located approximately 20 km from the barge landing. There are plenty of campsites here, including some suitable for groups. Most people will spend their last night here before they leave the island as it is close to the barge and it can be an early departure time for some. There are toilet and shower facilities as well as a camp kitchen. We enjoyed a coffee from the Inscription Bar & Cafe in the morning

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