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Explore Apex Park Fishing and Camping Area

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We are spending a bit of time in a place you probably normally rush through to get to somewhere else. This amazing place has all you would ever need for an extended camping or touring holiday and none of the crowds. As river camps go this one is a beauty! Apex Park sits on a part of the Dawson that thrives with Yellow Belly and other native species thanks to the good work of the local fish stocking association.

Apex Park has all you would ever need for an extended camping or touring holiday

The Banana Shire has really opened its doors to tourists and travellers looking for a natural back to basics type adventure holiday. At the crossroads of the Dawson and Leichhardt Highway stands this big fellow. The town that bears the shires name offers free sites to weary travellers.

Apex Park sits on a section of the Dawson that thrives with Yellow Belly

Just down the road in Moura, the council has gazetted the use of this park for caravanners and travellers for stopovers to encourage people to stay a few days and have a look around.

For more information check out the OQTA website: https://www.outbackqueensland.com.au. The Sandstone Wonders website is also worth a look for detailed information on the region: https://sandstonewonders.com/discover/camping-apex-park/

Don’t forget to check out Episode 37 of the Campr series for our guide to Apex Park and the Sandstone Wonders region.

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Dean Miller - Campr Dean has been a trailblazer in the adventure television space for more than 15 years. For a passion for fishing, forged as a young fella growing up on Groote Eylandt NT. The only thing he loves more than boating, camping and touring is sharing a yarn.