Shane 'Buttsy' Butler from Woongoolba, south of Brisbane, works up a thirst at the Muster mowing his neighbours' campsite.
Shane 'Buttsy' Butler from Woongoolba, south of Brisbane, works up a thirst at the Muster mowing his neighbours' campsite. Craig Warhurst

Muster campsites spruced up

SHANE “Buttsy” Butler finished mowing his campsite in Slim Dusty Drive this week and decided he would keep going.

When The Gympie Times arrived at Slim Dusty Drive, Buttsy was mowing his Muster neighbour's lawn.

It's why long-time Muster goers say they keep coming back to the Muster because everyone is so friendly and go out of their way to help each other.

"We have to have the campsite looking neat and tidy," Buttsy said. "I have to have a job to do so I feel like a drink at the end of the day.

Gympie Times


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