Camping at Brooloo Park QLD

We have found a bit of secluded camping paradise on the Sunshine Coast that you are going to fall in love with! I grew up as a young tacker on the Sunshine Coast knowing Bodie Weir. Bodie contacted me about 8 weeks ago to let me know he, his partner Sarah & her parents had purchased a rundown campground on a 300 acre cattle property based in the Sunny Coast hinterland town of Imbil. Always one to love trying a new campground, Kerri & I made the effort to head on out & experience it for ourselves. To see what we got up to, here are some great pics & a rundown on what we thought.

Brooloo Park Queensland was so good we have been twice in 3 weeks! If you love nature, seclusion & you want to travel only 50 minutes north of Maroochydore, this place is for you! Bodie has a big task ahead of him to clean the place up & already it is starting to look amazing (you’ve done so serious work there guys!).

I don’t know about you, but the busier I become with so much technology engulfing my daily routine/ work environment, the more downtime & seclusion I require when I go camping with my family. Living this busy life means we have less time to go camping & therefore we want a closer camping destination. The problem we all face with dense town living, means we have to travel further & further to get that remote natural camping environment that we crave. I simply don’t understand camping on top of each other! Who wants step out of their own tent & have to step over the neighbours (complete stranger) guy ropes? Not me!

That’s what I loved the most about camping at Brooloo Park. There is not a campground within an hours drive of Maroochydore that you have your own piece of paradise….. it’s unique! Infact if you book a site… it’s solely yours – the nearest camping neighbour is 200 mtrs up the creek! On the other hand, if you wish to camp with other friends & family – each site will take a considerable amount of other tents – camper trailers & caravans (yes, you read that right… caravans!)

Brooloo camping park is a working farm & that is part of the attraction for the kids. You can feed the pigs, sheep, chickens, horses & even fish. That’s right there are platy of fish to be caught in the creeks but just remember – Brooloo Park is a sustainable campground & it is catch & release.

The old dairy has been covered to hot showers & each campsite has a basic long drop toilet. Firewood is available on request & if you forget something the town of Imbil is literally only 5 minutes away. The service is amazing, the campsites are picturesque, the waterways are calling for a kayak to be put in, dogs are welcome & it’s all right on our doorstep! I can’t recommend Brooloo Park Queensland enough.

Being such a new business for Bodie & his partners family, they haven’t got a new website up & going as of yet. (The old website has been shut down).

If you are interested to get in touch with Brooloo Park Queensland: Please call Bodie on 0434 718 052 or check out Brooloo Park on Facebook.

Just to show you what it is like, make sure you check out all our photo’s below. We had a ball & can’t wait to go back. 

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