Enjoying Cycling On Your Holiday

helmetsCycling is a pastime or hobby that can be enjoyed every day, in almost any weather and by young and old alike. Kids especially adore the freedom that cycling gives them. Up until now, they’ve been relying on mum and dad to get them anywhere faster than they can run, so cycling gives them a sense of adventure they’re unlikely to come across so far. If you are a keen cyclist, one of the best things you can do is get your kids to follow suit. If you are not into cycling, here’s your chance to learn a thing or two about the more tranquil life that cycling offers.
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The Basic Of Canoing Gear For Your Holiday At Neurum Creek

There are plenty of great activities for you to do once you arrive at Neurum Creek Bush Retreat. One of the most popular is canoeing up the creek. Whether you travel up the Delaneys Creek for about 2km to the Wallaby Waterhole or go north up the Neurum Creek, you can have lots of fun. For those of you who want to try canoeing for the first time, here are some of the basics.
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Kick Back Camping That Offers Dog Friendly Facilities

Looking for some head space? Need some time to kick back and remember who you really are? If you’re a dog owner who often feels tied to home because of the headaches that kennels and dog sitters (bless them) create, we may be able to offer a solution. Located in South East Queensland, bordering the Mount Mee State Forest, Neurum Creek camp grounds are less than 75 miles from Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast, and offer a wealth of opportunities for some rest and relaxation. Not only that, you can bring the dog with you! Imagine miles of unspoiled walking and mountain bike terrain, not to mention our creek which offers numerous opportunities for swimming, canoeing and chilling out. The owners Simon and Tracey are always on site to provide you with a map of the area as well as all the latest news about what is going on in the area, so you’ll never be stuck for choices.
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Relaxing and Recharging at the Weekend with Outdoor Living

Urban living can take its toll on the toughest among us, and there are times – especially around seasonal change – when it can pay to take ourselves and our loved ones away from the urban sprawl and find a return to nature in some of the national parks and camping sites around the Queensland area. Indeed the abundance of outdoor sites including national parks and camping sites means that Queenslanders are spoiled for choice when it comes to opportunities for outdoor living and places to spend a relaxing weekend. Whether you are a caravan or camper van owner, someone who likes to throw your stuff into a trailer, a dyed in the wool backpacker, or somebody who wants to hire a tent and chill for the weekend, the perfect place for your retreat is not so far away.
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