STRADDIE CAMPING UPDATE, Friday 31st March 2017 at 9am.

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Fortunately the wind and tide levels last night were less than expected.  The impact on the Campsites has seen some storm debris, which is now being removed.

 Straddie Camping has now resumed normal business operations and look forward to welcoming guests.

We recommend our customers to check the Bureau of Meteorology (www.bom.gov.au), Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (www.qfes.qld.gov.au) and Department of National Parks, Sport and Racing (www.npsr.qld.gov.au/park-alerts) websites for updates.

 For further information please call Straddie Camping on 07 3409 9668.

STRADDIE CAMPING EMERGENCY UPDATE, Thursday 30th March 2017 at 2pm

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Straddie Camping has enacted its Emergency Plan due to the current & forecasted extreme rain, wind and tidal conditions. Flinders and Main Beach are high-risk areas and we strongly recommend campers relocate. Our Rangers will visit and advise all campers of the situation and emergency procedures.

Another update will be posted at 9am tomorrow or earlier if conditions deteriorate. 

In the meantime, we recommend our customers to regularly check the Bureau of Meteorology (www.bom.gov.au), Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (www.qfes.qld.gov.au) and Department of National Parks, Sport and Racing (www.npsr.qld.gov.au/park-alerts) websites for updates.

For further information please call Hugo Johnston on 0418725726

Fire Ban Lifted

wet-weather_webAfter a few days of glorious rain and with the promise of more to come this week the fire ban has been lifted. So it’s back to normal for solid fuel cooking fires. Not often we get this excited about getting wet.