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Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Camping {Sharp Park Riverbend}



Once again I wasn't organised with where to camp on the holidays {are we ever?}
So after a shout out for suggestions of places to go we haven't been....
{I'm of the belief there are too many places to see in a lifetime to revisit the same areas repeatedly}

Sharp Park Riverbend Bush Camping Canungra was where we ended up.
Since I've reviewed all the other places we've camped, why not this one too.

This campground ticked off most of our required camping essentials.

Easy access - park is right on a main road.
1 hour from Brisbane
Camp Fires Allowed/ Metal tins provided
River
Was no mosquitoes or bugs {during our visit anyway}
Quiet Family Camping Ground
Toilets in close proximity
BBQ's available

Only Downside was - No Showers

We ended up by chance with the most choice spot of the whole camp. The campground is on two sides of a creek and we ended up on the smaller side next to the Day Stay Area. If you are to visit I recommend campsites 1-4. They are right on the river and you can be lazy parents and sit in your camp chair and watch your kids in the river playing like we did (well we dont have toddlers anymore so its getting easier.)

^^ View from our Tent Site


 ^^ View from our Tent Site


^^Local Wildlife. Friendly Ducks and Geese and other birds were the only animals we saw

^^Kookaburra by Kalani

^^Spa

^^Building Rock Cairns - very relaxing activity with the girls. I loved it!

^^They are all old enough to build the tent! Yay!

 ^^ Home Sweet Home

 ^^Campfire a must.



^^Misty Mornings

^^Roisens Lookout. We saw two people paraglide off and come back and land. It was awesome


^^Always drawing, even by torchlight



Past Camping Reviews:

Neurum creek
Flanagans Reserve
Elanda Point

Somerset Park

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