Kilkivan Bush Camping and Caravan Park at Kilkivan Queensland have recently purchased Gold Membership on the Caravan Park Photos website.
Users of Caravan Park Photos will now have access to all contact details included website hyperlinks making it easy to access lots of useful information concerning the park. They will also be able to check date availability and make direct online bookings using the Kilkivan Bush Camping and Caravan Park Online Booking Service.
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Sirius Optics who are Queensland’s premium astronomy and birding retailer have recently purchased a Business Listing on the Caravan Park Photos website.
Users of Caravan Park Photos will now have access to all contact details included website hyperlinks making it easy to access lots of useful information concerning Sirius Optics. They retail amazing telescopes, binoculars and magnifiers which are essential accessories for campers and caravanners.
Click here to see more photos of Sirius Optics.
Our roving reporter Adam Bradley of Gold Coast Queensland reviews Causeway Caravan Park in Queensland.
“We stayed here for 3 nights in an onsuite cabin. The shower was tinny. Ants were in the cabin in the first 2hrs after we checked in. The couch was dirty and made us all very itchy when we sat on it. When we checked out they didn’t ask how our stay was, they just said thanks and bye. Was not impressed and won’t be staying there again.”
Our roving reporter Adam Bradley of Gold Coast Queensland reviews Wallace Caravan Park in Queensland.
“Stayed in a Motel room for the 1 night. It was a nice and tidy room. We were given plenty of helpful information bout the area. Will be staying there again on my next visit to that region.”
Craig and Donna from Queens Beach Tourist Village in Bowen sent this news update:
You have all heard the phrase ‘The rains are comin’ ma‘. Well they have now thankfully all finished up here in Bowen, North Queensland.
Last week alone we received over 700mm of rain. Bowen itself had escaped much of the torrential, flooding rain over the summer months, as we usually do, even though this year’s rainfall was much higher than recent years.
The lawns and parks are looking an absolute treat though.
With the rains gone, there has been a substantial drop in temperature
already and the sun is a pleasure to be in.
Walking along the shores of Queens Beach on day break is just magic at the moment, as the photograph above shows.
Is it any wonder so many people love coming to Bowen, to enjoy the
tranquillity of a small town surrounded by the beauty of our beaches?