what happens at
Gidgees bush camp
Take a 2 km nature walk around the white hill and get to see an amazing variety of trees and shrubs that grow in the Warrego region. The walk is marked out with trees being named along the way. Star gazing in the big open sky's is a photographers delight. And there are always birds, sunsets and sculptures to take photo's of too
Enjoy a refreshing cup of tea or coffee in the
rustic smoko area, which we have called “Kill for A Cuppa”. The coffee and tea house is set up in the old slaughter houses on the property, which are filled with old pieces of memorabilia. You may also enjoy engaging in a game of chess, cards or read a book around the fire. Lots of room for the children to run around, or help feed the goats and chickens.
It is also open to the public week days.
You can also get a group of crafty friends together and arrange to do a workshop together right here at the bush camp.
We also operate a small plasma cutting business from the camp and if you are really lucky you might have an opportunity to observe the plasma machine in operation. Mick is the new boss at the rail hub and we are currently working on a plan to have tours to the faculties soon.