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Shower and toilet facilities are available in all camping grounds and there is the General Store for basic supplies, fresh produce and ice.
To ensure you’ve got everything you need for a comfortable stay, check out our Ultimate Packing Guide and tick off as you pack up.
To register for accessible camping you will need to complete an Accessible Camping Registration Form. For more information about our Accessible Camping Area please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07 5496 1066.
Please note: You may not be able to utilise to our accessible facilities if you do not register prior to your arrival We ask that you submit your forms at least 2 weeks prior to your arrival.
There is a General Store located next to Lake Gkula area for those items you left behind. The store will be open from 9:00am to 2:00pm each day.
There are no ATM’s. Woodford township has ATM’s and is a 5min drive into town.
It is a great time to go bike riding around Woodfordia so please pack your bikes. Do remember your helmets and please make sure to wear them at all times riding around the site.
Please be mindful that you are in the bush along with all the bush critters. Please keep an eye out for snakes, goannas, spiders and ticks that call Woodfordia home also. First Aid is located next to the General Store and is open 9am – 5pm.
Please call reception on 07 5496 1066 or email email@example.com if you have any enquiries.
While we continue to improve the facilities please remember that our camping grounds are used only a few times a year. Toilet and shower facilities are adequately basic. Peak times for shower queues are in the mornings and later afternoons so please avoid these times if you don’t want to wait.
Because of limited use it is not possible for us to provide perfectly level camp sites with well-manicured lawns. Several thousand trees have been planted in the camping grounds over the last five years but they are mostly too small to provide good shade just yet.
Daytime temperatures are expected to be quite warm, and evenings can still be cool. Pack for a range of weather conditions including hot days, cold nights and wet weather.
Water is always a precious commodity at Woodford as we are self-sufficient and take all our water from on-site tanks. We would appreciate if all guests would join with us in conserving water in the following ways: restrict yourself to one shower a day, turn the water off when brushing your teeth and please bring some water with you. Those are the basics.
When choosing a campsite consider where the water will naturally flow in the event of rain, and pitch your tent accordingly.
A fold-up camp stretcher allows air circulation and protects your bedding from any water that may enter your tent. Keeping your personal belongings off the ground is also a good idea – a fold-up chair makes a great wardrobe or table.
Be able to stand inside your tent if possible or have a tarp stretched somewhere for a comfortable covered area.
All tap water on-site is potable but for conservation and your own convenience please bring all the water you’ll need for the duration.
There is no electricity available on-site for campsites unless they require it for life-support equipment (disabled camping area).
Please note that use of generators in the campgrounds is not permitted due to noise and pollution concerns.
Theft can be a problem as at any large event, so please do not bring anything of value to the campgrounds other than what is absolutely necessary. All valuables remain the responsibility of the camper.