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We hoped to visit Mt Warning but the road was still closed due to heavy rains some weeks back so we doubled back and called into this rainforest retreat. A charming cafe/restaurant with an enormous chalk board selection of food and beverages. It was a...More
Fantastic place to camp and kids had a ball. Unfortunately Mount Warning national park closed but as only there two nights was plenty to do with the river running right next to the campsite. Now the toilet blocks could be cleaned a bit more and...More
Very beautiful rainforest setting. Family friendly and peaceful. River running right next to the camp ground. We stayed in cabin 5B. The cabin interior is reasonably well-appointed with a few signs of aging. We however found these to be insignificant compared to the value and...More
What a beautiful park! We camped at the edge of the pristine running creek! Heavily treed with lush lawns, the park features adequate amenities which are old but well kept...no worries getting a hot shower here. On site managers are very friendly and there is...More
Stayed in a riverside cabin for 4 nights. Very old and tatty interior. Looks liks cupboard units hve been under water at some stage. First thing that greeted us was dead cockroaches on the floor. Ceiling fans are filthy and the whole place a bit...More
USD 99 - USD 131 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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