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Tannum Sands, Qld

It can be difficult finding a camping spot during school holidays, but Tannum Sands caravan park was spacious, green and very clean. No internet or phone signal but each site had an antenna point for free to air TV.
The beach was beautiful and the foreshore has either been recently redeveloped or is just immaculately maintained. There is a great bike/walking path and lots of BBQ facilities, picnic tables, amenities freshly painted in light blue and aqua, new play equipment and numerous beach access paths with outdoor showers scattered along the foreshore as well as a Surf Life Saving club with a patrolled beach area. They have bottles of vinegar in posts along the beach for stinger attacks. It was lovely riding our bikes and exploring the area starting at the Wild Cattle Creek. Cyclone Marcia damaged some of the access points to the creek and beach but it was still a beautiful place. Their speed bumps are rows of turtles, really cute, but unsettling. The twilight foreshore market was fabulous, lots of home made art and crafts, clothing, food, as well as buskers.

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