What we Supply
We are located just 1.5km just off the Warrego Highway, which means you do not have too go to far to find us. Stage one of our camping park project is providing a quiet and safe bush camping area in a rural environment. Campers must come self-contained. You must have your own shower, however there is a drop toilet that can be used by guests. We have wash up water and drinking water in the camp kitchen, however van fill up will need to be done at the local dump station. Grey water can be used on some of the gardens. There are no powered sites at this stage. The camp grounds are on 180 acres of freehold land and stage 1 of our project is set on 10 acres. We run stud goats and sheep on our property. We also have horses, working dogs, chooks, and usually a poddy calf, lamb & goat or two. We have an additional grazing property that is not attached to the camping grounds. We have a morning meeting area filled with rustic memorabilia complete with a retro coffee trailer called Kill for a Cuppa. It is open to the public between 9am to 4.30 Monday, Wednesday & Friday, and Tuesday & Thursday from 1.30 to 4.30pm from April to September. If you are camping with us we also open the coffee shop from 8am to 9 am on request most week ends. A Bush kitchen is available all day complete with sink, barbeque, wood stove and 2 separate fire rings for evening gatherings.