Toogoolwah Queensland

Toogoolawah is a rural town and locality in the Somerset Region, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, Toogoolawah had a population of 1,279 people. Toogoolawah is in South East Queensland. Toogoolawah is a centre for gliding and parachuting and in the past the centre of a dairying industry. The district was originally known as Cressbrook after the Cressbrook Station operated by James Henry McConnel. TheContinue reading “Toogoolwah Queensland”

Dawson River Theodore Queensland

Last time I did this drive, I visited Theodore when the road turned towards Theodore, and I followed it to the very end where I found a beautiful river and free camp area and said I would return one day, and I did. The banks of the river is a great place to camp, richContinue reading “Dawson River Theodore Queensland”

Columboola Country

Columboola Country is ideally located for the travelling holiday maker. They are four comfortable hours drive west of Brisbane, just off the main Warrego Highway. They are also only two hours north of Goondiwindi, which is the major inland crossing point between Queensland and New South Wales. WELCOME TO COLUMBOOLA COUNTRY VETERANS RETREAT Columboola CountryContinue reading “Columboola Country”

Leslie Dam

Leslie Dam is a dam in the locality of the same name Leslie Dam, Southern Downs Region, Queensland, Australia. It is 11 kilometres from Warwick town centre. I camped at the Leslie Dam Caravan Park…cost $25 powered, $14 unpowered… The facilities are excellent. Hot showers, toilets, washing machines and a small shop with essentials andContinue reading “Leslie Dam”

Canungra Queensland

I was travelling from the gold Coast inland and saw Canungra on the map. I called the Showgrounds and booked in there for an overnight stay. I liked it so much I stayed a few days camping beside a tree just below the facilities which were an easy walk in the dark. There are poweredContinue reading “Canungra Queensland”

Camping at Rainbow Beach

Rainbow Beach is situated right on the edge of the Great Sandy National Park which includes Cooloola, Inskip and Fraser Island Recreation Areas. https://parks.des.qld.gov.au/ Camping is $6.50 a night and you need to get a camping permit from National Parks to stay overnight. Day trips are free. There are different camping areas at Inskip, and you need toContinue reading “Camping at Rainbow Beach”

Gympie Six Mile Rest Area…Queensland

Every time I drive north. I almost always overnight-stay at the Gympie Six Mile Rest Area. I like the setting, the toilets and the distance from Brisbane…and if you can handle the noise from the trucks at night, it is a pleasant stay. The Caltex station before here provides a meal. I usually get petrolContinue reading “Gympie Six Mile Rest Area…Queensland”

Whitsunday Camping

Camping in Whitsunday Islands National Park Whitsunday Islands National Park is a campers’ paradise. Photo: J Heitman. Secluded beaches, fringing coral reefs and distinctive hoop pines complete the spectacular island picture. Camp among dry rainforest, grasses or above dense coral rubble that makes up the shore. Camping permits are required and fees apply. A tag with yourContinue reading “Whitsunday Camping”

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