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Caravanning & Camping at Bigriggen Park

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by Vanessa ★ (subscribe)
WeekendNotes Chief Editor / Chief Writer / PR & Communications.
Published March 15th 2017

Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and return to nature at beautiful Bigriggen Park.

Located between Boonah and Rathdowney in the foothills of the Scenic Rim's Mount Maroon, Bigriggen Park is an exquisite hideaway with 45 acres of high hilltops and bush, 55 acres of gentle river flats and 30 new powered camping sites.

It's perfect for day trips, weekend escapes and family camping trips and just 90 minutes from Brisbane or the Gold Coast.

Bigriggen Park is the ideal for couples, groups of friends or families looking to unwind in the peaceful natural surroundings. You can while the hours away by exploring the many walking tracks in the nearby National Parks; relax by Maroon Dam and Lake Moogerah with a spot of fishing or pleasure canoeing (you are welcome to bring your own ski boat or fishing boat); and if you love wildlife, you will be spoilt for choice with many species of birds and nocturnal wildlife to discover.

Bigriggen Park provides easy access for camping, caravans, motorhomes and buses. Onsite you will find a Camping Ground and Campground Tent sites, plus Bus, Motorhome, Caravan & Camper Trailer sites.

The Amenities Block has a Dump Ezy dump point, flushing toilets, hand basins with soap dispensers and hot showers that require $1.00 coins for five minutes of hot water. The convenient kiosk is open most days from 8am – 6pm, (8am – 8.00pm Fridays only) and offers everyday items such as bread, milk, tinned food, ice, soft drinks, ice creams, firewood, fishing lines and bait.

Large groups can also stay at the Bunkhouse, which includes a Dormitory (containing ten double bunks) and four Bunkrooms (sleeping up to four people in each). A commercial style kitchen can also be hired as part of the Bunkhouse.

Bigriggen Park is also dog-friendly.

Start planning your trip to Bigriggen Park today. Whether you are coming for the day or for a few nights, you will find everything you need and so much more! Day or night, Bigriggen Park is a wonderful place just waiting to be explored.

Book now and take advantage of a Mid-week Special - Book four nights and only pay for three. Click here to find out more.

Fees are as follows: Adults: $10.50 per person, per night and Kids: $7.00 per child, per night.

For more information on Bigriggen Park and to make a booking, please visit www.bigriggen.com.au

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Where: 196 Bigriggan Rd, QLD 4287
Cost: Adults: $10.50 per person per night / Kids: $7.00 per child per night
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Yes, Bigriggen is a really lovely spot to camp.....BUT......there is a certain time of the year when some of the trees are covered with THOUSANDS (I'm not exaggerating) of newly hatched brown, furry caterpillars which invade EVERYTHING. They have no qualms about crawling up legs of chairs, tables, people!! Any other time it is beautiful, so just check before you stay.
by neila (score: 0|7) 40 days ago
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