Girraween Camping (private prop)

Re: Girraween Camping (private prop)

Postby ben... » Tue Jan 20, 2009 1:05 pm

Troyk wrote:
gypsylady wrote:
ben... wrote:where would be an alternative place to stay around there, and would be suitable to see the sights?

There is also Sommerville Valley Campground at Stanthorpe

By the back roads it would be 20km away, alot more if you want to sick to the tarmac.

The big advantage of Bald Rock and Castle Rock, you start the walk from your tent.

Is is still the case that Blad Rock is better than Castle rock and more suited to a CT?
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Re: Girraween Camping (private prop)

Postby Troyk » Tue Jan 20, 2009 1:11 pm


Bald Rock is open, though you may have some problems finding the right spot depending on your CT configuration. A standard CT would be Ok.

The rangers were allowing people to access the slip rails and park their CT's in the camping area when we were there, but not cars.

In saying that we still had the tents back in those days.

perhaps one of the mods can move this discussion to the thread above rather than leaving it here. :grin:
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Re: Girraween Camping (private prop)

Postby Poodle Jewel » Tue Jan 20, 2009 2:43 pm

I loved that place pre dogs, we always camped down the road at Boonoo Boonoo a lot less people,spectacular water fall for swimming even if it was 4 degrees in winter.
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