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Spring Gully Stays

11 Ratings

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11 Reviews

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Rebecca w.
5 months ago

Beautiful place to stay, owners are friendly and helpful.

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Chloe M.
10 months ago
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E N Kt Street
2 years ago

Love this place! One side of the creek has a shower block the other side (bush camping) has only porta loos. Creek was so fun to paddle down with the kids and there’s a water hole for swimming. Very p... Read more

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Ketlin J.
2 years ago

Absolutely fantastic piece of serenity!

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Nigel
3 years ago

Top Questions

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Anycamper 2 years ago
Question:

Do you provide fire wood?

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Kirsten R. 3 years ago
Question:

Are you able to get caravan sites beside the creek ?

Answer:

Yes. Spots next to the river are classed as Bush camping. There was a portable toilet the last time I went. by Johanne B.

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Katherine L. 5 years ago
Question:

Does this campground have hot showers?

Answer:

Yes it does by Johanne B.

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Location

334 Sarabah Road,
Sarabah,
Queensland

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Caravans
Yes
Cabins Available
Yes
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Average temperature

January
L 20°C
H 30°C
February
L 20°C
H 29°C
March
L 19°C
H 28°C
April
L 16°C
H 26°C
May
L 13°C
H 24°C
June
L 10°C
H 21°C
July
L 9°C
H 21°C
August
L 9°C
H 23°C
September
L 12°C
H 25°C
October
L 15°C
H 27°C
November
L 17°C
H 28°C
December
L 19°C
H 29°C
Source: Meteostat

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56.52 km

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