Neurum Creek Bush retreat is in the D’aguilar Range an hour and a half out of Brisbane. It’s a big lush place with 312 acres to stretch out in and 1.5km of creek frontage. It’s a great location for kids, it’s dog friendly and there are bushwalking tracks to explore.

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Noosa Heads might be a playground for the rich and famous but Cooroy’s No Worries Caravan Park is a great place to unhitch the van for just a few bucks and experience all the region has to offer.

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Noosa’s North Shore is the gateway to the Cooloola region and the famous 40 Mile Beach. Just before the cutting is a beachside park with powered sites and an ocean view.

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The Broadwater Tourist Park at the northern end of the GC offers plenty for kids with a bunch of stuff to do It’s even got its own boat ramp, perfect for wetting a line.

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Our Jayco Conquest has taken us through Toowoomba and its springtime carnival of flowers tothe rural outpost of Pittsworth in the heart of cattle country..This magnificent cattle property sitsin a fertile darling downs valley complete with historic farm house lush lawns and a very uniquelawn mower

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A must-do as you depart Girraween National Park is a stop at Heavenly Chocolate on thePyramids Road. All their chocolates are made on site and the hot chocolate menu is to die for..

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About 30 k’s south of Stanthorpe, close to the NSW border, is Girraween National Park. This is granite country, and you don’t have to look far to see massive boulders, the unique geology of the place.

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In this episode, we overnight at a beautiful Darling Downs cattle property and get a lesson in Road Train etiquette. Then head south to the coolest town in Queensland before a Girraween bushwalk adventure.

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The Toowoomba Showgrounds are huge and regularly hold equestrian and other agricultural events …when there not …the council throws the gates open to travellers looking for a short stay.

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Our next stop on tour is the farming hub of Pittsworth and a catch up with the Caravanning Clubs of Queensland.

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