Clothing Optional Camp/Cabin
Burnett River, Bungadoo Qld 

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Day Visitors

Read more about what to bring, where you can go and what you can do while you are visiting. 
What to bring.
Where you can go.
What to do.

Sunscreen, sunglasses & hat

Towel/sarong

Chair/hammock

Water & Food (Esky & Picnic basket)

Camera/binoculars

Walking shoes

Cash - we have no eftpos or credit card facilities.

Pricing: Singles/Couples - half day (2-3 hrs) $15. Full day (over 3 hrs) $25.

 

No children allowed. (under 18)

Day visitors use the campground area to park. From the campgrounds, access the Riverwalk via the track (signposted) and gully walk (starts at the toilet). Meet the campers, share some stories around their campfire, or go it alone. The choice is yours. Whether you are local or visiting family in the area, or just traveling through - if this freedom lifestyle appeals, you owe it to yourself to spend at least half a day at Bungadoo Breeze.
Riverwalk.

Bungadoo Breeze (BB) has 340 metres of river frontage. The riparian zone is protected by limiting access. There is a 300-metre walking track along the river with access to a swimming hole and a spot to leave the canoes (free to use). You can find a place to sit and watch the platypus, water dragons, turtles and birds.
Swimming.
There are 31 weirs and Paradise Dam on the Burnett River. BB is situated 25kms from Paradise Dam (by river) and 10km to the Wallaville Weir which holds back the water for the local citrus farms. The wide bend in the river also slows the current making it most suitable for swimming. Skinny dipping is fine - you are surrounded by farms and like-minded neighbors. 
Feel free to feel free.
The river changes constantly. However, if there hasn't been much rain, you will be able to walk across the river where the sandy beach is - mostly shallow, with a few nice deep holes. You will get used to the lungfish and turtles - they are quite curious creatures. You may be lucky enough to spot a platypus, but bird life abounds - swans, pelicans, cormorants to name a few. Don't forget your floats/noodles and other swimming aids. You may want to wear shoes.
Bushwalks

There is a 500-metre (roundtrip) bushwalk starting at the campground toilet ( of all places!). Just follow the (fading) pink ribbons on the trees. Unfortunately, you will have to return the way you came. Keep your eye out for wildlife. Take your camera and something to sit on. There are some private places to meditate. We hope to complete this bushwalk down to the riverwalk in due time.
Activities include canoeing, fishing and swimming
Canoeing

There are a couple of canoes here that you are free to use. Let us know if you are planning to use the canoes, so that we can take action if you don't return!
Canoeing is an excellent way to view the wildlife in the early mornings and late afternoons. 
It is also a wonderful way to explore the river.
Keep your eyes open for eagles, lungfish, platypus and water dragons.
Find us:
31 Galeas Rd, 
Bungadoo. 4671
Queensland, Aus
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