Reg and I had a beautiful day today. We set up our caravan on an absolute riverside frontage beside the beautiful Brunswick river on the grounds of the Mullumbimby Leagues Club with a backdrop of Mt Chincogan.
There are powered and un-powered sites and club house amenities.
Many of the campers are golfers and take advantage of the Par 3 & 4 x 11 hole golf course.
There are great BBQ facilities, and Reg had fun fishing. I set up my office and logged on to the internet and was thrilled to get all 5 bars for wireless internet coverage on both my Optus and Telstra networks and no need to use additional wireless antennas to strengthen the signal. This is the strongest internet coverage I have had for the tour so far.
Conditions started in this blog post are accurate at the time of writing. Please check with the Mullumbimby Leagues Club and not me, for present day prices and conditions.
The Elbow Inn is a great undercover kitchen with loads of seating for a big group and chairs facing around the tables and out to the river views.
Book early for the popular riverside sites. I suspect some people would come here and stay; it is such a perfect holiday venue. Even the non-riverfront sites are good with green grass and mountain views. I am pleased I found this peaceful and pretty place. If I had the time, I would stay longer. The shopping in Mullumbimby is excellent, and the surrounding scenery provides loads for the explorer to discover. I found this great caravan park site because it is listed in Camps Australia Wide 5 as a reasonably priced caravan park. I prefer not to stay at those high-cost resort parks. This one is great value, and you don't feel you have to blow wave your hair to step out the door, which for me is what a traveling holiday should be like. Showers were great, plenty of hot water and an efficient water supply, as one would expect in a sporting club.
The Mullumbimby Leagues Club is 2 km NE of PO.
Contact details for bookings!
P.O Box 501 (Manns Rd) Mullumbimby
ph: 0405 19 88 66
One thing I notice about travelers, we are not alike. Reg and I adored this place. The science is magnificent, and we did not care that the facilities in the bathroom were created for a country town sport's club. If you prefer your beauty to be within the bathroom, then you will prefer to go else where and don't blame me for recommending this gorgeous spot. I don't travel to see the bathroom facilities, basic and clean is fine by me, and they were that.
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