One of the greatest reasons to live in property in Morningside is that there are so many destinations to visit – and the summer months are the ideal opportunity to do just that.
The Queensland state government is urging holidaymakers to see what the region has to offer this year by visiting the various national parks.
Anyone who is hoping to get closer to nature might want to think about making their campsite bookings sooner rather than later to avoid disappointment.
"A quarter of annual camping trips take place over the summer holidays and the Christmas and New Year period is our busiest time, so planning is a must," said national parks minister Steve Dickson.
Last summer, more than 113,942 people decided to camp in these areas between December and February, and this year is expected to be just as popular.
Fraser Island, Inskip and Cooloola were the most popular destinations, as they played host to 47 per cent of campers.
Mr Dickson explained that this is a fun and inexpensive way to explore Queensland's natural beauty as well as enjoy some quality time with family and friends.
"Camping is incredible value because all you'll pay for a site is $5.75 per person, or $23 per night for a family of two adults and up to six children," he added.