Neurum Creek Bush Retreat, Near Woodford, Queensland
How time flies. For our third wedding anniversary we decided to go on a camping trip. Jazz’s criteria was:
- – Somewhere we can take the dogs.
- – Somewhere near the Sunshine Coast.
After a quick look online, Google reveals what appears to be the perfect place, Neurum Creek Bush Retreat. Arriving soon after the Easter rush meant that the place wasn’t too crowded. After walking around the grounds you will find that it would actually take a huge amount of people to be here to be crowded. This is by far the biggest camp grounds we have visited before. It is so big, groups of sites are broken up into sections from A, B, C through to G.
It is located on 312 acres that joins to Mt Mee Forrest and has over 1km of creek frontage that can be explored, walked along and swum in. Next time we visit, we will be bringing inflatable tubes or air beds to float down the creek, as is done by anyone who has been here before.
We stayed 3 nights. On the first morning we took a drive into Woodford and on the second morning we went the other direction to Kilcoy to pick up some supplies. Both are nice country towns.
What boxes does Neurum Creek Bush Retreat tick?
- – Camp fires are allowed in designated fire pits located on each camp site.
- – Dogs are welcome. (Although we had to pay a couple of dollars per night, per dog)
- – Fire wood can be purchased.
- – Kid friendly. There are kids having fun riding bikes around the entire camp grounds all day.
- – Swimming in the creek. It’s too cold for Jazz, but Harry and I love it.