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Where to Camp in Queensland

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by Julie White (subscribe)
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Published June 7th 2012
courtesy of Lake Moogerah Caravan Park
The Great Outdoors and getting close to the ground is what camping is all about. Nothing beats fresh air, nature and a dose of the green environment for reviving our souls and giving us green spaces to breathe and play in.

Weekendnotes writers have posted reviews on various camping places, so I thought it might be a good idea to bring some of these articles together an easy reference for you to check them all out.

Firstly popular places out from Brisbane
1: Caravan Camping (Glamping) Noosa. This article by Ivana contains a list of other camping places around Noosa in article.
2: Sunshine Coast carvan and camping parks, by Carsie.
3: Camping on the northern Coolooa beaches, by Jodie.
4: Camping at Lake Moogerah, one of mine.
5: Flanagan Reserve Bush Camping, by Debra.
6: Mount Mee, by Julian.

Head a little further south of Brisbane just over the NSW border for these spots;
7: Minyon Falls and Rummery Park Camping ground, by Courtney.
8: Giraween National Park, by Michelle.

How to Camp?
Well the simple traditional way is with the 'good ol tent' but for those that might like a bit more comfort, well, we all know about the caravan option.
However take a look at this article "From one start to five star camping" by Sue; I thought was really interesting with some more ideas.

Enjoy your break.
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Why? Nothing beats fresh air, nature and a dose of the green environment.
When: Whenever you get a chance to take a break
Where: Lots of different places to go camping
Cost: Camp costs
Your Comment
The DERM (Department of Environment and Resource Management) website is a great resource to find and book wonderful campsites throughout Queensland. http://www.derm.qld.gov.au/parks/index.php
by Jane Street (score: 2|436) 802 days ago
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