Photos of Rainbow Beach Caravan Park & District Queensland

The following photos of Rainbow Beach Caravan Park and distruichave been kindly supplied by our roving reporter Harry Willey of Scone NSW. Harry writes: “Top spot with plenty to do and see.”

Rainbow Beach Caravan Park - Photo by Harry Willey
Rainbow Beach Caravan Park - Photo by Harry Willey
Rainbow Beach Coloured Sands - Photo by Harry Willey
Rainbow Beach Coloured Sands - Photo by Harry Willey
Rainbow Beach Coloured Sands - Photo by Harry Willey
Rainbow Beach Coloured Sands - Photo by Harry Willey
Rainbow Beach - Photo by Harry Willey
Rainbow Beach - Photo by Harry Willey

Gowinta Farms Beerwah Caravan Park Canteen Charity Strawberry Picking Day

Book yourself in to Gowinta Farms Beerwah Caravan Park and participate in the Canteen Charity Strawberry Picking Day on November 6.

James Ashby writes:

“The countdown is on to this Saturdays Canteen Charity Strawberry Picking Day! November 6 will be the first year Gowinta Farms donates the entire strawberry farm to CanTeen who help 12 to 24 year olds cope with cancer. The event will be going ahead RAIN, HAIL, or SHINE.

Gowinta Farms have decided that 100% of all strawberry sales from the day will go to CanTeen. To encourage a massive crowd, we’re offering the public to come and pick all the strawberries they want for just $15! That’s right, take home all the strawberries you can pick for just $15!!!

You can help in two ways.

Bring yourself and your family to Gowinta Farms this Saturday from 7am – 5pm

Put the following message on your facebook page: ALL YOU CAN PICK STRAWBERRIES FOR $15 @ GOWINTA FARMS BEERWAH & SUPPORT CANTEEN – 205 Burys Rd, Beerwah this Saturday.

There’s live entertainment on stage all day, live broadcast from 104.9 Sunshine FM, Free Jumping Castle, tractor rides and of course the strawberries!

We understand that not everyone can come, however telling someone you know might just help us achieve an awesome days outcome.”

Terry Duffy of Albury NSW reviews Cania Gorge Caravan & Tourist park

Our roving reporter Terry Duffy of Albury NSW reports on Cania Gorge Caravan and Tourist Park:

“Very well presented with very good grass sites. Plenty of bird life and friendly kangaroos and later in the evening plenty of Bettongs.

Fantastic welcomming sheet given out at arrival giving list of interesting things to do from bush trail walks to fishing, bike riding, playing golf or in the evening outdoor movies.

Rated 9/10”


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Mike and Minnette review Mission Beach Hideaway Holiday Village Queensland

Mission Beach Hideaway Village
Mission Beach Hideaway Village

The following report has been kindly supplied by our riving reporters Mike and Minnette:

Mission Beach Hideaway Holiday Village is perfectly situated just 200m from the beach and an equal distant from Mission Beach village. The park is quite large with over 100 caravan and camping/tent sites. The park also has nice cabins (some with ensuite facilities). As the sites are quite tight expert help is given in backing your caravan.

There are two amenities blocks which are kept very clean even during the height of the season with the park full. The washing machines and dryers are some of the newest and cleanest we have come across in our travels. There is plenty of hanging space for washing. There is constant maintenance of the grounds which results in a very neat, well kept park.

The 3 camp kitchens are all kept immaculate. The very clean pool has a lovely tropical setting and there are an adequate number of very comfy loungers. There is a large games/TV area with a big screen TV, billiards table and table tennis.

For a refundable deposit, you can get a TV cable connecting to the parks 5 channel reception. The park also has a 24hr internet kiosk and a tour booking lounge. Fees are at the upper end of the scale for caravan sites during high season but discounts are available for longer stays.

Bookings for school holidays and the winter months are essential as this park is very popular especially with fisherfolk. We spent 3 months here from July through to October and have marked Mission Beach down for a return visit in 2011.”

Habana Caravan Park at Habana Queensland

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Habana is a small town north of Mackay in Northern Queensland.

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