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Offline rot8me

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Peel Island Camping
« on: Tue 5 Jun 08:22 2018 »
Hey Guys,

Im looking to head over and spend a night on peel island with some friends, any one have any words of advice for peel?

anything i should be aware of or must see/do

We will be going over on Saturday and fishing/crabbing till Sunday. just the one night.
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    Re: Peel Island Camping
    « Reply #1 on: Tue 5 Jun 08:47 2018 »
    Something to warm you up through the night rum, fire, the misses etc
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    Re: Peel Island Camping
    « Reply #2 on: Tue 5 Jun 11:04 2018 »
    Haha, i see it says no "open" fires anyone have more experience with the regulations and what you can get away with?
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    Offline Archer63

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    Re: Peel Island Camping
    « Reply #3 on: Tue 5 Jun 18:38 2018 »
    Definately no fires.
    Such a beautiful place....and yet you still find evidence of human dna from lazy mongrels who can't be bothered using the drop toilets.
    Watch where you step is my advice.
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    Re: Peel Island Camping
    « Reply #4 on: Wed 6 Jun 07:50 2018 »
    for a fire pit go to bunnings and get a head bead fire pit with the mesh lid, oh and a fry pan or jaffle iron so it can be classed as an enclosed cooking if push comes to shove, we were camped at green mountain over Christmas, some Africans next door complained about our setup to the ranger as they wanted a fire, Ranger came and had a look and said it was fine.. ranger had seen it used 3 days before they turned up,, he just said make sure your not tempted to put wood on it and stick to heat beads and that someone did burn a tent down by putting wood on.. so he did say they keep an eye on how people use them

    Idiots could-have just come and said G'day and sit around it with us ::) ::)

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    Re: Peel Island Camping
    « Reply #5 on: Tue 3 Jul 18:39 2018 »
    Haha, i see it says no "open" fires anyone have more experience with the regulations and what you can get away with?
    any fire pit would be enough!  it just has to be enclosed!  Enjoy!

     


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