Little Kopit wrote:
Can you picture me watching two pups, throwing stick and and shooting with camera, while keeping it from too many spritizes.
Little Kopit wrote:Well, many do full time in an rv. Does workkamping exist in Oz?
CQCapricorn wrote:There are not too many places that will allow dogs. Not even some property owners will allow them, especially if they are at risk of harassing their cattle. You could try Aracdia Valley Escape, situated 1 hour north of Injune in the Arcadia Valley. They do allow dogs, and they allow camping up the back of the property which is very isolated and beautiful. Contact them at http://www.arcadiavalleyescape.com.au and explain to them what you want to do and who knows they may agree to let you camp on the property with dogs.
Red Rock camping site which is part of the Byfield State Forest (Located on the Capricorn Coast), does allow dogs to stay overnight, however they must be kept on a leash at all times. The campsite is well off the main road, although it can get busy.
Look on the QPWS website under Byfield State Forest for further information.
ledgend answer. thanks mate
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