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July 2019


Another caravan arrives at the Fraser Coast RV park. Inset: Ms Denton

Escaping the "technology haze"

RV park joins Land
for Wildlife program

By Dennis Amor
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A CARAVAN park has become the first Fraser Coast property for 11 years to be accepted into the Land for Wildlife program in south-east Queensland.

Manager of the 75-acre Fraser Coast RV Park Suzanne Denton told Caravanning News she was thrilled and it had been an "exciting day" when the official Land for Wildlife sign was handed over.

Land for Wildlife is a voluntary program which encourages and assists landholders to manage wildlife habitat on their properties. It was founded in Victoria over 30 years ago.

Forty acres of the park at River Heads is a dedicated nature reserve, boasting over 4km of walking tracks.

Ms Denton said that in addition to freshwater billabongs, the unique park had its own mob of about 30 kangaroos.

"Birdwatchers recently spotted 59 species of birds," she said.

"It is a special place here. With so much wildlife around and getting in touch with nature can have a very calming effect on the body and soul.

"It gives us great pleasure to see the guests enjoying first-time experiences at our property."

She said the RV park was the ideal place to connect with nature and get the children out of their "technology haze".

"We can accommodate all types of campers, grey nomads, families, fisherman, bird watchers, disabled, dog lovers, nature lovers, bush walkers and back packers."


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