Heading off on a road trip why not think about visiting the Western Downs before and after Caravanning Queensland’s Van Jam.
Miles Back to the Bush Festival is on 7-10 September, why not include this as part of your trip. Depending where you’re coming from, this iconic festival will certainly tick off some of your bucket list. The township of Miles bursts at the seams with the main festival precinct being Miles Historical Village Museum. This Best of Queensland experience has proven to be a main stayer for more than 50 years.
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Big Skies Festival – Jimbour – 28 September to 3 October 2023
Weekend after @CaravanningQueensland Van Jam at Willowbank, why not head to the Western Downs and spend the King’s Birthday weekend at the historic Jimbour House https://www.westerndownsqueensland.com.au/ is the place to see all the latest news, from camping to tickets.
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Then head onto some of the Western Downs truly – get back to nature – spots.
Stop and enjoy the sunrise
Only 20 minutes from Dalby is Lake Broadwater Conservation Park, a camper’s dream, with 350 hectares of lake, which is home to some 240 bird species. This is the only naturally occurring freshwater lake in the Western Downs, caretakers Tim and Megan are on site 24/7 to make sure your stay is exactly what you’re looking for.
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Chinchilla Weir – how’s the serenity. Just 9 km out of town, the weir is situated along the Condamine River. Powered sites are limited so be sure to get in early. Whilst there you could also go in search of Chinchilla Red, a much sought-after petrified wood, only found in these parts. Head to Chinchilla Visitor Information Centre to get your license and fossicking site fee.
CMCA travelers – We look forward to welcoming you to the region too, see you in Dalby!!!