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Killarney View Cabins and Caravan Park

Killarney, Southern Downs Area

Indicative Rate * AU$27 to AU$250

Killarney View Cabins and Caravan Park is set on five acres of land with spectacular views of Killarney and the surrounding mountains. Killarney View has five new fully self contained Cabins catering for couples and families; these are situated at the front of the park with great views. They have also added a spacious two bedroom Cottage. The park is within walking distance to the Killarney Township, only 10 kilometres to the spectacular Queen Mary Falls and less than an hour's drive to the award winning Granite Belt wineries.

The park has a great flat grassed camping area with open fire places. Recently added a family bathroom, The camp kitchen has a great ambience with a pot belly stove for those colder nights; there is also a gas barbecue, microwave oven and refrigerator. Good mobile phone and television reception and a dump point. Killarney View welcomes dogs by prior arrangement.

Internet Access

  • Paid Wifi
  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Camp Kitchen
  • Car park
  • Communal Kitchen
  • Communal Refrigerator
  • Communal Shower
  • Gas
  • Laundry
  • Open fireplace
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Camping
  • Cycling
  • Hiking/Trekking
  • Off Road Driving

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11 June 2016
Meet the team and learn some Harley-Davidson history and see custom bikes on display. Never ridden a Harley-Davidson before? Try the Jumpstart Free Rider! Experience and discover – virtually – what that might be like! For 11 action-packed days, the border towns of Coolangatta and Tweed Heads will be fuelled with party atmosphere. Pre-1970 cars, nightly cruises, music, dancing and family fun are all trademarks of this annual, much-loved festival. Last year, an amped-up crowd of over 100,000 people attended Cooly Rocks On, held in the colourful, vibrant and beautiful beachside destinations of Coolangatta and Tweed Heads. More than 50 rock’n’roll and rockabilly bands will rock the crowd at outdoor concerts, beachside marquee events and performances at local clubs and venues throughout the border towns.
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11 June 2016
Cooly Rocks On, Australia's coolest celebration of the 50s & 50s is now in its 5th year! The annual Sharp Motor Group Cooly Rocks On Street Parade is a spectacular and much-loved tradition of Australia's number one nostalgia festival! The Sharp Motor Group Street Parade will take place on Saturday 11 June, leaving Musgrave Street Kirra at 9.30am and continuing along Marine Parade Coolangatta. The two kilometre procession of colour and fun will also travel along Griffith Street allowing more vantage points in Coolangatta’s two main streets. During the Grand Finale weekend, 11 and 12 June, the two main streets in Coolangatta will close to traffic to make way for a giant street party. Five outdoor music stages, music and dancing will fill the streets and almost every pub and club in the Cooly Rocks On precinct will be venues for live music and dancing.
7 August 2016
The McDonald's Townsville Running Festival includes a Marathon (42.2 kilometres) Half Marathon (21.1 kilometres), 10K Classic, adult and junior 5 k Run/Walk, 5 kilometre Corporate Challenge and Hero Run. Their AIMS accredited courses are fast, flat and hug the coastline as well as feature the 43rd Townsville Marathon - Australia's second oldest race. All runners experience spectacular views of the Coral Sea, Magnetic Island and the Marina as they follow their tropical blue line and vie for AUD23,000 prize money. With a predawn start marathoners experience a breath taking sunrise over Cleveland Bay as they run along Townsville's award-winning Strand Beach. Arrive early for the pre-race dinner, take in a Cowboys NRL home game and stay for the famous after-party. Treat yourself to a tropical winter getaway this August. Run Townsville and Explore the region. An event Run by Runners for Runners.

Rockhampton River Festival

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15 July 2016
Since the Dreamtime, the indigenous Dharumbal people have congregated along the banks of the Toonooba. Rockhampton flourished in a burgeoning Queensland, with pioneers flocking to the port city on the mighty Fitzroy River dreaming of a better life. Today the river remains a place to congregate, celebrate and create. The River Festival in July brings the colourful past, creative present and bright future of Rockhampton together for a massive three day celebration. At the 2016 festival expect to dream big and escape the ordinary under the ‘River Revery’ theme. Festival goers can dream the impossible, wander the mysterious, play to the spontaneity & feast on delicious delicacies, leaving your mind boggling, taste-buds tingling and your imagination soaring! The three day festival is full of surprises boasting free entertainment, interactive arts, contemporary tunes, delicious food, great people and superb winter sunshine. With more than 30,000 people expected at the festival this year, book early before accommodation sells out!
8 July 2016
The Heartland Festival is earthy and delicious and a little bit country. It is a celebration of all things made, grown and produced in the North Burnett. The market day on Saturday, July 9, will boast stalls that showcase local produce and products plus entertainment, workshops and displays and plenty of ready-to-eat food. The weekend also includes a Wine and Cheese Art Evening at the Gayndah Art Gallery on Friday, July 8, a First Class Heritage Railway Dinner on the Saturday evening and a working bullock display and farm tour at Gleneden Organic Farm on Sunday, July 9, which can be packaged with coach transfers to and from a Long Table Lunch being hosted in Mundubbera. Heartland Festival is the opening act of the 10-day Bundaberg Winterfeast Festival, which brings thousands of people together to celebrate food, farmers and local produce. For the full program, event details and tickets, visit their website. For more information, contact Event Coordinator Renee McGilvery.
10 June 2016
The Miss Cooly Rocks On Vintage Glamour pageant highlights the synergy between 50s and 60s vintage glamour fashion and the annual nostalgia festival. 12 finalists will be selected, and the bevy of beauties will be sashed at an event on Friday 10 June from 7pm at the Beach House Seaside Resort, Coolangatta. There will be live entertainment at the Beach House venue overlooking Coolangatta Beach. The 12 finalists will be stars of the street parade on Saturday 11 June when they dress to the nines and take their places in classic cars for the Sharp Motor Group Cooly Rocks On Street Parade, from 9.30am. On Saturday 11 June the Miss Cooly Rocks On finals take place at Komune Resort and Beach Club, Coolangatta. Tickets to the judging of Miss Cooly Rocks On include a glass of bubbly upon arrival. Who will be crowned Miss Cooly Rocks On? Be there for this highlight of the Festival and get some stylish inspiration for your own wardrobe from these top vintage glamour contestants.

The Village Festival

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12 August 2016
The Village Festival will celebrate its 14th year as Central Queensland's major music and arts celebration in 2016. This year's Event includes all the free entertainment from 2015 and some exciting additions. It's a great time to invite your family and friends to come and enjoy Central Queensland's Coast.

Cairns Indigenous Art Fair

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14 July 2016
From where ever you are, come and join Cairns Indigenous Art Fair in 2016, and immerse yourself in a CIAF experience of your own. The CIAF 2015 cultural festivities welcomed more visitors than ever before - 50,000 people attended across all venues - enjoying the diversity of Far North Queensland Indigenous culture and taking the chance to attend and buy the latest in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island art from across Queensland, at the very first CIAF Art Market. The now famous CIAF daily program offers dance and music performances, artist and industry talks, art workshops and film screenings. Cairns cultural venues offer a variety of art form events and gallery exhibitions, creating a celebratory feeling citywide.

Glitter Festival

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6 October 2016
Glitter is an arts festival that embraces diversity, encourages freedom of expression and celebrates the unique personality of the Gold Coast. Now in its second year, Glitter 2016 will deliver a varied program of quality local, national and international artists in cabaret, theatre, art gallery displays, films, community, events and much more. Come together and celebrate queer culture right here on the beautiful Gold Coast. Glitter welcomes visitors to the region to experience our unique personality and cultural richness. Proudly presented by The Arts Centre Gold Coast, Glitter continues to be developed in consultation with the local community. Stay tuned for more information on Glitter Festival 2016, coming soon.

Port Shorts Film Festival

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28 October 2016
Port Shorts Incorporated is dedicated to promoting screen culture and Port Douglas and Daintree as a destination and potential film location with the Port Shorts Film Festival. The Port Shorts Film Festival has been developed to showcase the best emerging filmmakers in Australia, attract film enthusiasts to the destination, promote Port Douglas as a premier location far film enthusiasts and provide pathways for participants to further develop their careers in the Australian film industry. Port Shorts Film Festival categories cater for young filmmakers, local filmmakers and the best short films from around Australia with significant prize money on offer and the chance to be mentored by some of the Australian film industry’s most accomplished exponents. Wolf Creek and Rogue executive producer Matt Hearn and acclaimed actor Stephen Curry are Port Shorts official festival ambassadors and judges, with Stephen also MC on both nights of the festival. As well as providing Port Shorts organisers with advice and industry links, both Matt and Stephen will mentor young filmmakers online with workshops. More than AUD15,000 in cash and prizes is up for grabs at the Port Shorts Film Festival.
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