Caravan Park at Agnes Water

Submitted: Saturday, Oct 10, 2009 at 23:13
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The Caravan Park at Agnes Water Beach will be reopened by Xmas(hopefully)
The old Caravan Park was sold to developers for the development of multi million dollar units a few years back. That has fallen through and a local developer has bought it and work has started on the caravan sites and bungalos.
The crane ( our large wind direction monitor), an eyesore, has been removed.It had been there for a few years.
Local businesses said they lost a lot of trade when the park closed, so hopefully that will return.

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Reply By: The paca people - Friday, Oct 16, 2009 at 00:16

Friday, Oct 16, 2009 at 00:16
Hi Di,
Great news BUT where is Agness Waters ?
Cheers from Martin B
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Reply By: The Hob - Friday, Oct 16, 2009 at 17:59

Friday, Oct 16, 2009 at 17:59
Agnes Waters is north of Bundaberg and on the coast east of Miriam Vale.

A nice part of the world.

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Reply By: Maximus - Saturday, Oct 17, 2009 at 03:15

Saturday, Oct 17, 2009 at 03:15
After being there a few months ago, I would have to say that it was better when last there , in 1969...


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Reply By: Freewheelers - Friday, Oct 23, 2009 at 05:50

Friday, Oct 23, 2009 at 05:50
Hi All,

We were in Agnes Water a couple of weeks ago, and noted the resuscitation of the beachside cara park (dormant, with said crane when we were there a couple of years ago).

But there is another alternative for BOGgers, at Workmans Beach, at the southern end of Agnes Water, turnoff about 200 mtrs past the Police Station. A shire-run 'low impact camping area', it costs $5.50pp/night. For that you get a sandy campsite on a forested dune (light shade, we ran the genny for an hour or so neach day to top up the batteries) with walking track down to a glorious beach.There are composting toilets, a tap (boil water) an outdoor shower, and free gas barbecues, plus a regular garbage collection. A ranger comes around each morning (very early, to catch the young whizzbangers before they take off) , and if you stay a week, you get the 7th night free. We loved it, stayed there a week. Only alternative was 1770 cara park at $35/night. It's also lovely, we've stayed there before, right on the beach, but was very crowded due to school hols.

We also struck it lucky with the local markets (about 6 per year, I think) and bought heaps of good fresh local produce for a song.

Cheers, Deb
Stephen & Deborah

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