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Baffle Bob's Caravan Park, Bundaberg
I stayed at 'Baffle Bob's Caravan Park' a few years back, it was excellent. It is just North of Bundaberg..take the road to Rules Beach.
Cabins, and caravans for staying in as well as tent and van sites. There is a boat ramp onto Baffle Creek so you can go fishin'.
Nola & Bob were great hosts! -Boronia
Camp Tailwaggers, Gold Coast
Just make sure your tick preventative is up to scratch. -Mystiqview
Love Camp Tailwaggers
Went to the K9 force camp
The accommodation is excellent, the dog yard is secure.
I really really really loved the bushwalking tracks around the property (so did the dogs) - loved all the names esp Whippet Way he he
$150 for 2 nights - self contained
Wonderful view over Tweed Heads
Can't speak highly enough of them
Great training facility too
Off leash enclosed area for dogs to run -Neats
My OH and i took our four to Camp Tailwaggers last year for a short stay, and we loved it too! Our big dogs had a swim in the dam and then did the walking trails. It was pretty quiet when we went so we practically had the place to ourselves:) -Sabby
We stayed at Camp Tailwaggers in mid January this year. Unfortunately there was a big storm the night we stayed so we didn't see much outside the cabin.
For the $80p/n price tag this is a pretty good place to stay. Cabins are basic but clean and comfortable. Food bowls, water bowls and towels are provided for furry guests. There's a great view from the cabins as well.
For us the only disappointing thing was the dam which to me seemed more like a giant mud puddle (maybe expected too much). There were a couple of dried out toads around the edge of the dam as well which we had to remove before pup could relax.
A couple of things to note, the undercover carports were only just wide enough for our lancer so if you have a bigger car don't go when hail is expected (yes it hails up there).
Also, the kitchen is only equipped with very basic items, if you're planning on cooking meals, take your own oil, butter, salt, strainer, grater and microwave containers. -16Paws
It's gorgeous out there, and surrounded by lovely views and mountains. Boo loved swimming in the river. Quite a few people with dogs, and even on the busy Australia day weekend there is enough space for everyone to spread out so you aren't on top of one another. No site allocation here - you just pull up where you want. If using a GPS to get there expect the roads not to be found unless you google earth the coordinates and put those in. -Kissindra-
Harmony Nature Retreat, Highland Park
27 Josephine Terrace
Highland Park, Queensland 4211
This place is lovely if you are going away with one or two dogs. It is a little self contained cabin. The dog(s) are allowed to sleep inside and the people are extremely friendly. Kelza
Tambourine Mountain Caravan and Camping
dogs allowed if you are staying at the powered/non-powered campsites with your own tent/caravan. Not allowed in the luxury pre-set-up safari tents but if your dogs are fine to sleep outside in a crate/pen I think they'd be fine with that. The owners have dogs and ask that you pick up poop and keep them under control either on lead or penned at all times and unless your dogs spend the entire time barking you wont have a problem. we had our own little campfire on site and most of the sites I saw had them, there is also a communal campfire site. They are happy for to collect your own firewood, bring a hatchet and you'll find plenty without needing to buy any. You can reserve a hotplate and other bits and pieces if (like us) you haven't yet managed to buy everything in BCF
we took along the bunning compost panels and made a pen around the entrance of our tent and reinforced it with tent pegs - too easy! They have showers, toilets, a kiosk with basic groceries and icecream/firewood/ice for sale plus a coin operated laundry.-Kissindra-
Thunderbird Park Creekside Camping
also dog friendly
coin operated showers
Lots to do here - plenty of walking tracks through the rainforest, volleyball court, mining for thunderbird eggs, rock pools and waterfalls to swim in, horse trail riding, skywalk, adventure park, laser skirmish, all the lovely tourist schlock on tambourine mountain and you should head to http://www.beardeddragon.com.au/ for yummy pub food. There is a peacock that wanders the grounds, lots of scrub turkies (which our foster girl was very interested in) we were by a little pond and had a family of wild ducks with 8 adorable ducklings in tow sharing our camp site - bloody huge monitor paid a visit too, thankfully briefly
all very easy and good for families and those of us who like to have amenities close by, as well as those happy to "rough it" in beautiful surrounds.
we loved it, had a blast and can't wait to go back -Kissindra-
Tropic Tide, Toogoom
Quiet dog friendly town about 20 minutes from hervey bay. House backs right onto water and every day when the tide goes out your dog gets to run around and play on the flats with hardly anybody in sight. Beautiful water, people, fishing. Just got back yesterday and will be going back for sure. All tiled or lino except bedrooms. Fully fenced backyard. -poodle proud
Woodford Farm Stay owned by a DOLer!
This post has been edited by Ravyk: 19 March 2010 - 11:50 AM