Lees Reserve

Unvisited Brown Sign Queensland

There is a rock bar across the river that forms a perfect fishing and swimming spot. Depending on the water level there can be a series of rapids.

Borumba Deer Park

Entrance to Borumba Deer Park near Imbil in Queensland

Borumba Deer Park is a family-owned and operated campground near Imbil, 4 kilometres before reaching the Lake Borumba picnic area . As the name hints, the park is set within a deer farm. It resides downstream from Borumba Dam along Yabba Creek which flows through Imbil and into the Mary River. You can find turtles … Read more

Lake Lenthall

Lake Lenthall camping area, green grass foreground with the lake behind and blue sky with clouds

Lake Lenthall is a recreational and camping area in the Wongi State Forest between Maryborough and Childers in Queensland. It is accessed via a 9 kilometre dirt road from the Bruce Highway which officially is unmaintained, however, we found it to be in very good condition. The first two kilometres was smoother than the highway … Read more

Illaroo Camping Area (Yuraygir National Park)

Beach from the Illaroo Camping Area in the Yuraygir National Park

Illaroo is a campground in the Yuraygir National Park near Minnie Water, north of Wooli. Yuraygir is a large national park and requires accessing from several different locations. Illaroo sits between Sandon River Village and Wooli and is the northern most campground south of the Sandon River. The camping area is split into two parts, … Read more

Showground

Maclean Showground Camping by the river banks of the Clarence River

The Maclean Showground is a popular camping site less than 1km from the centre of town with 10 campsites. The campsites are around the main showground ring, some are along the river bank with first-rate water views. The flat and grassy sites are facilitated with toilets but there are no showers. It isn’t clear if … Read more

Bundjalung National Park

Rocks at the ocean with pelicans resting, at Woody Head in Bundjalung National Park

Bundjalung National Park is on the north coast of NSW, stretching between Iluka and Evans Head. The name Bundjalung is after the Aboriginal people, the Bundjalung Nation. The Bundjalung Nation, made up of around 15 tribal groups, existed from around Grafton up to Beaudesert and Ipswich. The Bundjalung Nation is the only ones who explains … Read more