Set in 200 acres of spotted gum forest, Barambah Bush Caravan Park in Queensland's South Burnett region is a fair dinkum Kui bush camping experience to end the rate race blues.
Nearby Murgon is on the Bunya Highway 270 km north-west of the Queensland capital, Brisbane. Murgon attractions include winemaking, fishing on the nearby Bjelke-Petersen Dam and gem-fossicking. Industries include peanuts, dairy farming, beef and cattle production and wine. The Indigenous Australian settlement of Cherbourg is just south of Murgon. Aboriginal craft is available.
Murgon is also close to a famous fossil site. The Murgon fossil site is the only such site in Australia with a diverse vertebrate fauna dating to the early Eocene epoch, around 55 million years ago, only 10 million years after the extinction of the dinosaurs.
Whether you visit for a night or stay a while, the peace and tranquillity of the native forest park will soon have you relaxing and admiring some of the many birds to be found at Barambah Bush Caravan Park, without even leaving your site.Walk in the spotted gum forest or just relax and observe the variety of wildlife that calls the park home.
Bring a caravan or tent and camp on a shady sites, or take a break and stay in one of the air-conditioned cabins.
Light a campfire, and cook a proper bush dinner on the wood fired barbeque. Enjoy a quiet drink and watch the skies for the brilliance of the nightly star show.
Keep an eye out after dinner and look for a brushtail possum, or you may find a cute little glider possum enjoying some gum blossom for supper.
Barambah accommodation options include air-conditioned, fully equipped cabins, from $75 (Standard) to $105 (Ensuite) with all linen provided, powered sites $29, unpowered sites $24 and tent sites in lovely bush setting with lots of visible wildlife and birds.
Discounts are available for multiple nights and weekly stays.
Stay seven consecutive nights in Barambah’s cabins and get the 7th night free.
Disabled Facilities are available, please contact the park direct for exact facilities available.
Pets welcome. Must be on leads at all times and clean up after.
Barambah Bush Caravan Park offers:
Campfire and BBQ facilities.
Spotless amenities and laundry.
Air conditioned cabins.
Powered Sites among tall gums, shady tent sites.
Small groups welcome.
Peaceful, quiet, relaxing and friendly.
Abundant bird and wildlife.
Sunset checkout available, please ask.
GPS: South 26 deg. 14.53 East 151 deg. 58.45
Barambah and nearby attractions and things to see and do include:
Six Vineyards offering tasting and cellar door sales.
Goomeri - Antique Shops.
Agate fossicking area – Windera.
Boat Mountain Conservation Park.
Freshwater Fishing area at Bjelke Petersen Dam.
Enjoy coffee and cake at Dimities Cottage or Tickled Pink Cafe.
Heritage Museum or the Wondai Art Gallery.
Cheeseworld at Goomeri.
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