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Russell1974
25th July 2011, 07:28 PM
Was just wandering if anybody nos of free or next to nothing camping in queensland am lucky enough to be staying here another week we will have 2 adults 2 kids and 2 infants with us thanks for any help in advance

macca86
25th July 2011, 07:29 PM
where in qld? it's a big place!

macca86
25th July 2011, 07:41 PM
if south east queensland around brisbane check out mt mee or rainbow beach. or check this site out http://ozcamps.net/freecampinglist.php?pageNum_rsMap=0&totalRows_rsMap=124&st=QLD start from the end of the maps for east coast as the maps go from west to east and can only view so many in a minute. web site explains this.

NissanGQ4.2
25th July 2011, 07:44 PM
just camp in maccas back yard *L* or rock up to Bigrigs place with a case, he'll take you in 4 the night *L*

Russell1974
25th July 2011, 07:47 PM
we r currently at strathpine we figure anywere in a two hour drive in any direction

macca86
25th July 2011, 07:48 PM
just camp in maccas back yard *L* or rock up to Bigrigs place with a case, he'll take you in 4 the night *L*

haha yeah there's a park round the corner with a pond for the kids people fish and swim in it too and seen them bring fish and eels in haha.

macca86
25th July 2011, 07:54 PM
we r currently at strathpine we figure anywere in a two hour drive in any direction

d'Aguilar national park is goo place to visit http://www.derm.qld.gov.au/parks/daguilar/camping.html#archer_campground nice and scenic creek to swim in toilets. wineries about the place for the adults and just a plesant easy drive but also some tricky stuff if you get some maps online of the place

Russell1974
25th July 2011, 11:00 PM
if south east queensland around brisbane check out mt mee or rainbow beach. or check this site out http://ozcamps.net/freecampinglist.php?pageNum_rsMap=0&totalRows_rsMap=124&st=QLD start from the end of the maps for east coast as the maps go from west to east and can only view so many in a minute. web site explains this.

thanks for this site it has turned out to be very helpful we found somewere on here to camp thanks for that

Parra
29th July 2011, 10:14 PM
d'Aguilar national park is goo place to visit http://www.derm.qld.gov.au/parks/daguilar/camping.html#archer_campground nice and scenic creek to swim in toilets. wineries about the place for the adults and just a plesant easy drive but also some tricky stuff if you get some maps online of the place

god i must be a bit tired - i so read that wrong :smileyvault-cute-bi

2nd rainbow beach - great place.

GUtsy ute
29th July 2011, 10:22 PM
[QUOTE=Parra;119012]god i must be a bit tired - i so read that wrong :smileyvault-cute-bi

Was just thinking the same, when you put your post up!!

macca86
30th July 2011, 06:26 AM
god i must be a bit tired - i so read that wrong :smileyvault-cute-bi

2nd rainbow beach - great place.

haha yes lack of punctuation will do that. Sorry guys will try and cross my T's and dot my I's next time or just leave it for more amusing reading.