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Charlie Moreland, Imbil SF, North of Brisbane

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Charlie Moreland, Imbil State Forest, is a shaded camp site nestled in forest and native pine plantations beside the picturesque Little Yabba Creek.

Charlie Moreland, Imbil State Forest, is a shaded camp site nestled in forest and native pine plantations beside the picturesque Little Yabba Creek. A large sandy beach on the creek bend gives a great vantage point of the swimming hole, a great spot to spend those hot summer days with the whole family. Imbil State Forest provides the 4x4 driver plenty of opportunities to explore the park further along Sunday Creek Rd. The site is suitable for tent camping beside your car, caravans, camper trailers and small motor homes.

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Cost:

Fees for camping permits in national parks and other protected areas, forest reserves, State forests and recreation areas, from 1 July 2017:

  • $6.35 per person per night, or $25.40 per family per night;
  • $3.50 per person per night for students and accompanying adults on approved educational excursions.
  • $25.40 per night per family. 1 or 2 adults, accompanied by 3 to 6 children under 18 year applies to a maximum of 8 people in total. Children under 5 years free of charge.
For bookings and further information visit: www.nprsr.qld.gov.au


Getting there: From Kenilworth, take Maleny-Kenilworth for 5km until you reach Sunday Creek Rd. Take Sunday Creek Rd 5km straight to the campsite. Note: Sunday Creek Rd is unsealed and there is a creek crossing that may make 2wd crossing difficult after a major rain event.



                                                   
    

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