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Camp Site Information
AN INTRODUCTION TO THE CAMP SITE
The campsite takes in an area of 120 acres (48.5 hectares), of this nearly 100 acres are preserved as natural bush and wildlife habitat. The natural bush would be best described as tea tree (paperbark) country, and is very flat with low ridges and shallow gullies. This makes bush walking easy going and very enjoyable. Numerous walking tracks criss-cross the area and are used for orienteering, bush walking, nature studies etc. The northern boundary is Rocky Creek, which is a "ribbon of rainforest" and has many varieties of palms, large trees and bamboo (not to be felled).
There is a dam and two consecrated chapel sites for everyone to use. There are six bush campsites and various other established campsite areas closer to the main development area. All campsites have mains pressure town water supply on tap.
There are two separate accommodation buildings, more being renovated, and a masonry block ablutions building, with gas hot water, septic toilets and hand basins. Male and female toilets and showers for the disabled are also available. All buildings have mains power for lighting and ample power points are provided.
Campfire drums are provided for use on the developed campsites, any dead wood on the ground only may be used.
All this is set in a semi-rural environment, yet it is only a 30 minute walk from the Landsborough rail and shops and only about 2 km from world famous Australia Zoo. Many groups take advantage of the train service and hike into camp from the station about (2.5km).
Make sure you have booked and paid your camp fees before arrival (although it's a huge campsite, some busy periods may result in being disappointed if you haven't booked and paid).
When entering the front gate, a large car park is on the right for your use. On arrival please stop at the camp Caretakers house and they will direct you to your campsite or building. Keys are NOT left with the groups. Responsibility for the building and contents is then taken by the leaders. Fridges will be going when you arrive and clean sheets can be supplied. Hot water will be on and automatic lighting on in the ablution
The campsite is located on Old Gympie Road. From the township of Landsborough (after crossing over the railway line) go straight ahead along the Maleny/Landsborough Rd and take the second road on the left (at the roundabout) - Gympie St South. Go along this road about 2kms and you will cross over the causeway at Rocky Creek and we are the next driveway on your left.
The Camp is in the centre of the magnificent Glasshouse Mountains and our beautiful surf beaches. Why not base yourself at the camp during your holiday on the Sunshine Coast.
Mount Mellum (4.8km away)
Mount Coochin (7.2km away)
Mount Blanc (9.7km away)
White Mountain (9.7km away)
Mount Ngungun (11km away)
Glass House Mountains (11km away)
Mount Coonowrin (11km away)
Candle Mountain (11km away)
Mount Beerwah (13km away)
Mount Tibrogargan (14km away)
Mount Tibberoowuccum (14km away)
Blackall Range (15km away)
Mount Beerburrum (16km away)
Mount Buderim (16km away)
Deep Water Point (17km away)
Dicky Beach (17km away)
Bulcock Beach (18km away)
Shelly Beach (18km away)
Moffat Head (19km away)
Mount Tunbubudla (19km away)
Caloundra Head (20km away)
Conondale Range (21km away)
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