Cyclone Debbie Recovery – Flame Tree Tourist Village

Cyclone Debbie Recovery – Flame Tree Tourist Village

As you know, Cyclone Debbie hit the Queensland Coast a few weeks ago causing devastation throughout the region. Flame Tree Tourist Village were badly impacted by the storm, with numerous trees and debris scattered across the park. We are now on our was to recovery after experiencing the full impact of the storm!

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The pool and barbeque area was the hardest hit, as our main bridge became damaged and foot paths inaccessible.

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Fortunately we had the help of family, friends and volunteers, who came to our rescue and are helping us restore the park to its previous beauty. We have managed to rebuild the bridge, giving it the name “Debbie” and have cleared a large amount of trees from the ground. We were also lucky enough to be donated an excavator and positrack that allowed us to get the heavy lifting done, without too much trouble.

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We would like to give a special thankyou for help and generosity of family, friends and volunteers, and their effort to make the tourist park beautiful again!

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We are hoping to reopen the park again early May, however with the cleanup process being extensive, it is difficult to know an exact date. Don’t forget to check our Facebook Page to keep up to date with our clean up process!

Although the park is not yet fully functional, be sure to give our friendly team a call today to discuss how we can accommodate you and your family!






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New Measures Implemented - COVID-19 Update

For all of us effected by this very tragic event we are thinking of you.

Following the latest advice on 24th March from the Prime Minister we have implemented the following measures:

“Where people live permanently in our park, or are staying as an interim abode where their primary residence is not available, they may continue to do so.”

Our doors remain open for interim travellers, however we will require health questionnaires to be completed prior to stay. Our self-contained accommodation is to house people and families in need.

We have implemented additional cleaning and sanitising procedures.

Due to social distancing measures we have limited communal facilities in the park.

Our office is manned by intercom only or you can reach us via phone or email.

Please stay safe and self-isolate to keep all of us safe, so we can look forward to your return.