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Baffle Creek, Qld.

Baffle Creek is near the coast between Bundaberg and Gladstone, being  the only place we could find with a vacancy over Easter we took it.
Having been warned about the mozzies and billions of other bugs that bit, we felt a little down hearted about coming. And yes, everything we were told was true, but only at sunset. During the day there were no bitting insects around, and even at dark not many. This may be because so many campers had outdoor fires at night (fire drums can be hired and fire wood bought from the office), and we lit the Sandalwood Mosquito Sticks we were given. Thank you Agneszka, I love the smell and will be stocking up next time we are near Bunnings, and they dont make me hyperactive like the other mozzie coils.

The camp ground is  flat, grassy with some trees on each site. There is a private boat ramp and little jetty on the property, about 1km away. We could easily ride our bikes down. The creek is more the size of river than a creek, its salt water, tidle, has mangroves along the sides and sandbars at low tide.


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