BarraCrab Caravan Park In Clairview
There are lots of ways to enjoy a caravan adventure. Just getting away from it all and putting your feet up is enough for some. Then there are others who truly want to use their home away from home to deliver them life experiences they just can’t get living in suburbia. Now it has taken me a couple of cruisey days to get here stopping in Bundy on my way up which of course is the great joy of towing your home behind you..the F-word people…freedom. Freedom to go and do what you want to do. But I have finally arrived at my destination – The BarraCrab Caravan Park, with my Jayco Journey Outback a van which is perfectly designed for this type of trip.
BarraCrab Caravan park
I am dropping the pick at The Barra Crab Caravan Park in Clairview. About 100k’s south of the Sugarcane town of Mackay on the North Queensland coast. And as the name suggests, they like their seafood up this way. Julie is the park’s manager and she says BarraCrab is heaven on earth.
The Jayco Journey Outback
My Jayco Journey takes pride of place on a site only meters away from the ocean. The model comes complete with ensuite and shower. Making me completely self-sufficient with air-con, twin beds, designer kitchen and all the mod cons for easy living. The really eye-catching thing about this place is its proximity to water, I am snuggled up right next to the Coral Sea. Now with all this water and a name like BarraCrab you reckon there would be a local fisherman. Or crabber about who would be keen to show me around.
Tours Around BarraCrab
Enter Bill and his mate Showy, Showy by name and by nature. Showy is in the process of offering tours through the Barra Crab caravan park. Offering tours to people who might be keen to spend a bit of time with him having fun in the North Queensland sun. And it’s looking like some time spent with these guys might be a good investment. You can be sure we snared plenty of big legal bucks today. With a good bet this afternoon’s sunset will look and taste even better back at the park with a mud crab claw in one hand and a cold drink in the other.
Don’t forget to check out Episode 10 of the Campr series for the guide on things to do at BarraCrab Caravan Park. The BarraCrab Caravan Park is at Clairview on the Bruce Highway just past St Lawrence if you’re heading North. If you stay seven nights, you get an extra nights stay for free. When you’re booking your stay, book a tour with Showey for a fun and educational day out on the water.
And if you would like to see more of the Jayco Journey Outback or any of the other Vans in the Jayco range, head to the Brisbane Camperland website.