Bush Camping - Over the Xmas Period. Qld Darling Downs.

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Bush Camping - Over the Xmas Period. Qld Darling Downs.

Postby Kogan Park » Wed Dec 06, 2006 9:05 pm

Hi Everyone,

Well as someof you may be aware i am in the process of Developing a camp ground in the Darling downs Region (near Dalby).

I am thinking of Pre-opening for the Xmas Period this year with a veiw to get some feedback from campers who attend.

Now at the moment there are NO facilities at all, This is a BYO park everything Except Firewood- There is plenty Onsite.

If there is anybody that would be interested in camping over the Xmas period (1 week Minimum) Please let me know, All rates will be heavily reduced in Exchange for Feedback and suggestions.

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Postby Kramer » Thu Dec 07, 2006 9:36 am

geez would love to, but I am already booked by the missus to do a heap of stuff around Bundy, I hope to get there sometime next year if I get the time.
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Postby kezstar » Mon Dec 11, 2006 7:08 am

:)Hi,
not all that familiar with Darling downs??? we are heading east from WA this year and would prob be interested in checking it out if it is within reach of where we may be...is it south...north???
I'll have a look on the net! Oh and we won't actually be over there till Jan!
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Postby Camping Couple » Tue Dec 12, 2006 9:29 pm

Hi there....my wife and i are very interested in your park
but just a couple of questions..first exactly where is it ?
second is there any fishing there?..
and is it worth bringing our canoe with us ?
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Postby Kogan Park » Tue Dec 12, 2006 10:24 pm

Hi Everyone,


First of all, Th Property is about 1 hours Drive Nw Of Dalby.

2. Unless it rains heavily there is No Water anywhere in the Region, Most of the creeks and rivers are seasonal.

This is true Brigalow Scrub, Australia's Rarest Wildlife Habitat, With massive amounts of clearing every year for farming it wont be long before there is no Brigalow Left, and that would be a shame.
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