Take your family dog with you on your next camping trip and visit Neurum Creek Bush Retreat, a dog-friendly camping area in north Brisbane. Bordering the D’Aguilar National Park near Mount Mee, Neurum Creek Bush Retreat offers some of the most stunning camping sites in the Moreton Bay Region Hinterland for those travelling wait a tent, swag, camper trailer, motorhome or caravan.
Set on 312 acres with 1.5km of creek frontage and close to Lake Somerset and the Stanley River, camping at Neurum Creek Bush Retreat can really reconnect you with nature. Only a 10-minute drive from Woodfordia, the home of Woodford Folk Festival, Neurum Creek Bush Retreat makes for a great place to stay over the New Year.
The privately-owned grounds make it a safe space for children to wander, bringing their bikes, canoes or their walking shoes to try out bushwalking. Your pooch will also be able to enjoy the holiday with the family and your family will be able to enjoy the company of your beloved pet. This retreat in the Moreton Bay Region hinterland is a dog-friendly camping site that encourages you to bring your furry little friend with you as it can be a very enjoyable experience.
With a team member always available to lend a hand, you can drop into the shop for firewood and kindling (for the fire pit), snacks, drinks, emergency supplies and more.
Spending the night in the Moreton Bay Region hinterland has never been easier. With a range of facilities including campfires, showers and toilets, Neurum Creek Bush Retreat has everything you need for your next camping adventure near Brisbane.
Pricing for overnight stays are as follows:
Standard Rates: Adult $13.00 | Children $7.00 | Dog $2.50 | Power $8.00
Mid-Season Rates: Adult $14.50 | Children $8.00 | Dog $2.75 | Power $8.00
Peak Season Rates: Adult $16.50 | Children $9.00 | Dog $3.00 | Power $8.00
Site Fee: A site fee of $7 applies to all bookings for the first night only
The large, grassy campsite makes it the perfect space for large families or groups of friends to spend a night under the stars. There’s plenty of shelter that’s often used for events such as disco nights or featuring a kid’s movie. There’s plenty of walking tracks nearby that are suitable for all fitness levels as well as swimming holes where you can launch a kayak or canoe. Reticulated water is available, please boil before drinking.
Bellthorpe Stays is a great place for you, your family or your friends to stay and enjoy the big outdoors.
Nestled atop Mt Mee is Birches Restaurant, a premier venue offering magnificent modern Australian meals and stunning views across the rolling hills of the rural countryside to the Redcliffe peninsula, Moreton Island and beyond.
If you’re looking for things to do in Woodford QLD, then pop into the Woodford Visitor Information Centre located beside the water tower on the D’Aguilar Highway. Staffed by 20 volunteers, this Centre sees around 15,000 visitors drop in on annually to collect information detailing the town and surrounding areas.
Looking for peaceful Mt Mee café dining amidst nature which offers both indoor and alfresco seating options? The Place2b Café is an excellent, family-friendly spot ideal for relaxed, high-quality breakfast, lunch or dinner homemade dining away from all the city crowds and noise.
Woodford Gardens is a family run and owned cafe in Woodford, Queensland. Woodford is situated less than one hours drive from North Lakes. Woodford Gardens is not only a cafe but also serves as a function centre. Woodford Gardens also has 4 acres of beautifully manicured lawns and gardens.