So we arrived in Dalby, the home of the TV country boys Luke and Cody (for those who watched house rules in 2016 here were the winners).
So we had driven 4 hours or so from Toogoom near Hervey Bay, and it was so nice to get finally closer to the end of our adventure. At this point, we had driven close to 5,000km which we will talk about more in a different article but for now, let us tell you all about the Pioneer Dalby Caravan Park.
So the Pioneer Caravan Park was set on what seemed like a truck route. So if you had any windows open during the day, you would hear them very frequently. But once the doors are closed, little road noise gets through.
We stayed in a cabin, which had enough space for one car to be parked outside.
We had no breakfast included, but you did have all the tools required to do the job. Toaster, Grill and small electric strip heater.
We always come prepared and had cereal with milk.
By far, not the biggest bathroom we have stayed in, but did have everything you need. You had two doors leading to the bathroom, one which was a sliding door leading to the main bedroom. The other from the kitchen, living room.
The only problem I saw, is you barely have enough room to open the door without it hitting the toilet.
The Pioneer Dalby Caravan Park had a few amenities we require and some they didn’t have.
- Swimming Pool
- Air Conditioning / Heating
- Extra Bedding
- This was in the form of taking extra pillows from the single beds that were in the living area
- This was a much smaller TV to what we had experienced on our travels, would say around 21”. But still perfectly adequate.
- Microwave / Fridge
- You even had an electric cooker top and grill underneath. Finally, can cook more than microwave meals.
- Separate Sitting Area
- This was in the form of either the single bunk beds or the dining table and chairs.
You won’t find any WiFi here, which is great if you want to have an internet free stay.
So the bed was a great queen size, with enough covers and blankets to keep the Eskimos warm in the Arctic!
You will find the check-in desk has plenty of leaflets, and booklets showing you all the things that you can do in the Dalby area.
We headed up to the Bunya Mountains. Which was one of the very few things you can do so far in land.