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bare all at bungadoo breeze!

Got some time coming up? Feeling adventurous? If you have ever wanted to strip off and go swimming, fishing, bird watching and bush walking; you love campfires, drinks at dusk and peace in the dawn, this is definitely for you. Near the bustling town of Gin Gin and the Great Pacific Way (Bruce Highway), nude nomads, backpackers, hippies and gypsies can enjoy a break when travelling to or from Rockhampton, Brisbane or the 'Outback'. This natural and naturist 20 acre river property provides 340 metres of unrestricted freshwater riverfront access to a shallow bend of the healthy Burnett River, home to platypus,lungfish, turtles, water dragons and the native eel-tail catfish. For the thousands of people who love the naturist lifestyle, the idea of going 'au naturel' on holiday is, well, only natural. After all, we did all come into the world without clothing. So if you ever wanted to bare it all, put on some sunscreen, forget about your troubles and get back to the way nature intended, try Bungadoo Breeze. At least you won't have to worry about what to pack!
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How do I book the Cabin?

The cabin has lovely views of the Burnett River, and is nestled into tree tops for great wild life viewing. Restore, relax and revive in this delightful spot. Two night min. SPECIAL! 25% discount – expires 7/11/18.

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How do I book a campsite?

Please call ahead on 0422416775 or use the contact form below. Please note, there are no amenities (dump points nearby) or power available for these sites. No children please. Pets by negotiation

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What can I do locally?

Enjoy the wildlife on the property. Book a massage in Gin Gin. Book a fishing charter to Lake Monduran. Self-drive to Goodnight Scrub. Camp at Cania Gorge. Bundaberg is a 30 minute drive. Visit Boolboonda Tunnel.

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How do I get there?

We are situated on the wide bend of the Burnett River, which is shallow and sandy. Only 30 minutes from Bundaberg and a ten minute detour from the Bruce Highway at Gin Gin, 4 hours north of Brisbane in Queensland, Australia.

Why Clothing Optional?

Tony is an enthusiast for nudity. Pauline is shy, preferring to stay at least partly clothed. It was this difference that led them to look for resorts where clothing is ‘optional’. Surprisingly, this became difficult, as most nudist resorts insist on nudity. Are there other couples with this problem?

So we decided to provide an environment for the clad, semi- clad and naked to enjoy our beautiful river property. While nudists camps are strict about stripping off, we are not. There is no reason for anyone to be feeling self conscious, and if you are, grab the sarong. We are not a nudist club. We encourage adults- free thinkers who love the advantages of being a naturist in the sub tropics.

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Singles welcome (we are not a club). Pets welcome (please advise). On-site - toilet, tap, cold shower. (River water- not suitable to drink).

There are a few ways you can contact us. In the first instance, please email tonyandpaulinebos@gmail.com We can be reached by mobile phone on 0422416775 (Pauline) or 0427377147 (Tony). Alternatively, you can phone 61 7 4157 4393 (overseas) We are located at 31 Galeas Rd, Bungadoo. Queensland. Australia. 4671.