Adels Grove is back on its feet and has begun construction for the much needed new buildings, according to owner-manager Michelle Low Mow.
"The new reception building started construction over the weekend and the demolishing crew were out here at the start of this week knocking down the burnt buildings," Ms Low Mow said.
"This week we also moved into our new temporary kitchen."
It's great news for tourism in the region after a fire gutted Adels Grove two months ago.
It was news that rocked the North West and was heard all over the nation when over 500 campers had to be evacuated from Adels Grove after a fire destroyed the main building at the popular tourist resort in the early hours of Tuesday July 9.
The fire destroyed the office, restaurant and communications set-up.
Ms Low Mow said since the fire tourist numbers were down.
"Business has been slower than what we would have liked but that is to be expected," she said.
"The attitude of of tourists have been really supportive and have understood the trouble we have been through. I think they are buying a few extra beers at the bar which has been helping out."
Ms Low Mow said she hoped to have the new main building finished by this time next year.
Adels Grove is also entering the Queensland tourism awards again this November after winning the Caravan park award last year.
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