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Frances is putting up this weekend Facilities: hot and cold showers, toilets, well appointed camp kitchen, rubbish bins, several fire places, and water that is not guarenteed for drinking. Therefore everyone should bring drinking water. The general use water is either collected rain water or trucked in: looks very clear, so boiled is OK for drinking. There is a creek running along the edge of the camp ground, which is the downstream flow released from the dam. The temperature is cold, but most enjoyable to swim in on a hot day. Good kyaking as well. Last month the price was $14 per person per night - probably not much different in the future, but anyone planning to come should check and book with the campground and pay directly to them. No pets, unfortunately. The ground is via Imbil. Google maps had it about 5 km to the east of where it really is, but there is only one road, and it is on the right heading west, about 600 metres before the actual Lake Borumba, and the end of the road. Comments added 17/10/20 Glad to see people getting organised 6 weeks beforehand. I'm really looking forward to it and it should be a great weekend! Suggested group area I've changed the event photo to indicate the suggested SE Qld group camping area, next to the powered sites. However, everyone is free to camp wherever they wish to in this long, elongated campground. Some will want shade, (eg Georges and me); others will look for sun for their solar power, or have booked powered sites. Fires and firewood The camping ground has several fire pits available for campers. Georges and I will now be arriving Thursday and will be bringing enough firewood for at least 1 night. If you can bring a bag, please post this as a comment. If we have half a dozen bags we’ll have a good fire on Friday and Saturday nights. Covid-19 considerations On the camping ground website they ask you not to come if you've tested negative or are at risk, and we should all respect this. In light of Queensland's stellar performance on staying almost virus free (hopefully this won't change between now and the 27th November), you may wish to bring some snacks to Happy Hours on Friday and Saturday evenings: up to you and your assessment of risk.
Nanango Races are set to take place December 5th . Ladies lets get frocked up put the high heels on dust the fascinators off Gentlemen get that suit freshened up pull the tie from storage and lets have a great day at the races. A free courtesy bus from town return is supplied . They will have food facilities and the bar will be running. Accomodation will be at a caravan park (TBA closer to date )in town $20 powered site .
Blue Gums River Retreat A special place on the banks of the Mary River. $13.09 pp pn 50 acres of undulating grassy paddocks and beautiful blue gums along the river bank. The river is freshwater and beautiful for swimming, kayaking, canoeing or boating, you could try and catch a Bass for dinner. The 5 flat grassy sites are right on the rivers edge with good access to the water. The stairs into the water with the pontoon are perfect for diving in and cooling off, the kids love it!! Leave your boat in tied to the pontoon ready for the next days fishing trip. There's a BBQ with hop plate, table & chairs and deck chairs to sit back and relax. Access to the campsites are 2Wd and suitable for all size caravans and camp trailers. The boat ramp access is for all types of boats but 4x4 only as the ramp is gravel. As the weather warms watch the families pass by water skiing and boating. There is a toilet, fully Self-contained other than a toilet. Dogs are allowed but must be kept with you at all times.