Capital Country, Ranger Nick and Fishing NT style.
Capital Country Holiday Park in the Spotlight
Capital Country Holiday Park, is an Australian Family Owned Business. It is built on 16.2 hectares (40 acres) at 47 Bidges Road, Sutton, NSW. The property is set back 500m from the Federal Highway and provides customers with a quiet country location, yet is only 15 minutes to the centre of Canberra, and all the tourist attractions.
An easy drive for guests from the holiday park as the Federal Highway becomes Northbourne Avenue, so it is one road in and out of Canberra with no roundabouts.
So no fear of getting lost or going “around and around” on one of Canberra’s many roundabouts, when you go to one of the famous attractions.
Camp in a relaxed rural environment, with modern affordable accommodation for families, groups and individuals, including your pets.
- Powered drive through sites
- Powered grass sites including ‘dog freedom sites’
- Large Unpowered grass campsite
- A wide range of self-contained cabins including ‘dog friendly cabins’.guests
Competition winner announced
Thanks to all the entrants from right around Australia, the judges have gone through all the entries and found a winner.
Congratulations to : Michelle Duiker, you are our winner!
We have contacted you via email, and your Shuttle Chef is on its way to you!
Iif you missed out this time stay tuned, early in 2020 we will run another competiton then.
Ranger Nick - Celebrity Bush Cook
Often referred to as the “Guru” of camp oven cooking, Ranger Nick is the master of keeping it simple and has been demonstrating camp oven and bush cooking skills professionally since 2010, travelling the country and abroad. Coming from a large family, he whips up a cracker of a meal with whatever is in the tuckerbox.
A previous environmental education support officer and Ranger Guide from outback Queensland, Ranger Nick is putting his bush skills to use wherever his travels take him. When he is not cooking up a storm in the camp oven, Ranger Nick passes on his knowledge to school groups and fellow adventurers, teaching them the art of bush survival, hunting and cooking.
Considered a dinky-di Aussie character who walks his talk with no dull moments, Ranger Nick’s colloquial language and unique sense of humour have earned him the reputation of the entertaining Bush Cook.