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Prosperpine QLD 4800

Local Attractions

There are a host of activities for school groups and social groups to engage in within the local area during your stay at Camp Kanga.

Bushwalking

There are many walks in the area to suit all levels of ability.

Proserpine Historical Museum

Why not pay a visit to the Museum and check out the wealth of local history on display.

Peter Faust Dam

Peter Faust Dam1.5kms will bring you to Peter Faust Dam also known as Lake Proserpine. An ideal spot for watersports and freshwater fishing. Peter Faust Dam is renowned as home to more 1m plus barramundi than any other impoundment in Australia! A combination of tropical climate with long summers and mild winters, the dam has no closed barra season so can be fished all year round and is annually restocked with over 20,000 barramundi fingerlings. The submerged branches and structure surrounding the lake make it the ideal spot for other species like sooty grunter, sleepy cod and saratoga. Local fishing tackle stores and guided trips are available all year round.

The Coffee Plantation

Award Winning, Australian Grown Coffee!

Plantation style Coffee Shop and Roastery!

Be entertained and educated on the Plantation Tour.

The Great Barrier Reef

Gone FishingThe Whitsundays region benefits from being located as the closest point off the Queensland coast to the Great Barrier Reef, which ensures it is the ideal hub from which to explore this aquatic wonderland.A number of tours are available.

Whitsunday Crocodile Safari

Nowhere else on the Queensland coast can you experience so much in one location. In Proserpine, you can cruise around in pristine crocodile country as well as tour through freshwater wetland habitat, melaleuca forest and a mangrove ecosystem.

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