Friday, 27 March 2020

Gunna Go Caravan Park, Queensland

Be safe and keep well!

The Gunna Go Caravan Park we stayed in near Proserpine is a really nice park.  There are two parts to it, the top part and the bottom part but both are joined so to speak.  The amenities are very clean as is the laundry and pool.
There is a bar undercover with chairs and a table, it's here people congregate to meet other travellers and have a drink or two.  Every Friday management put a barbecue on for their guest at no cost to those guests.  Sausages and salads.
Usually a lot of people stay in this park but not last years winter holiday when we were there, we probably missed many stayers as we were later going north.
We stayed in the bottom half, photos were taken from our caravan site.







41 comments:

  1. Quite Beautiful - Thanx For Sharing These

    Cheers

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  2. Unas imagenes preciosas, saludos y cuidate mucho.

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  3. Tiene buenos árboles, que proporcionan buenas sombras ante los calores del verano.

    Esas bellas fotografías hacen pensar que es un lugar ideal, para pasar unos días de vacaciones.

    Besos

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    1. Palm trees do help with shade, and I agree with you it is a nice place to stay.

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  4. Que local de beleza tão exuberante.
    Um grande beijinho Margaret.
    Megy Maia🌈

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  5. The Friday barbecue for guests is a lovely gesture - and no doubt much appreciated.
    It looks like a wonderful place, and I fear it is empty now, and likely to be so for some time to come.

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    1. The owners are youngish people, well for me they are :) I expect no one is there right now as I do believe caravan parks are places to park are closing, but not sure about Q'land.

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  6. Free sausage and salad? Sign me up! But I guess not much is going on right now.

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    1. They are lovely sausages too David, not a sausage lover but will eat them, they make a mean salad as well.
      Nothing would be happening there now. Tasmania caravan parks and places to park are to be closed next Wednesday, that will give time for the mainland people who are here to get on the ship and sail home.

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  7. I love the name! And guess what, Margaret...I've never heard of it before!! :)

    Take good care. :)

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  8. What a delightful place! The name is a kick as well.

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    1. It does indeed, looks like that everytime we've been there.

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  10. dear Margaret the images you shared are CAPTIVATING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    i enlarged and it took effort to move sight ,the sunlight passing through did magic indeed and made it spiritual view :)))

    this is sad you missed your friend stayers last year ,i hope it will be different next time
    park sounds really attractive destination
    stay well my dear friend and keep taking great crae!

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    1. Thank you Baili. The sun on the trees certainly makes the images lovely.
      You take care too.

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  11. A lovely part of the state. Glad you got your holiday in before the rot set in.

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    1. Oh yes Diane...goodness knows when we can all travel again, even from State to State.

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  12. Nice looking place. I love sausages, they are so tasty and good with anything.

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  13. Nice lighting in the photos. Lol at Gunna Go.

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    1. Getting towards sunset when taken Andrew.
      You can have fun at Gunna Go.

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  14. that looks like a nice place to stay awhile. :)

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