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Boyne Burnett Inland Rail Trail

· Monto, Queensland
20 acres hosted by Bbirt T.
41 Vehicle/Tent sites
Boyne Burnett Inland Rail Trail is an incorporated association aiming to facilitate a proposed development of the rail corridor from Taragoola (near Gladstone, Central Queensland), through the Boyne Valley, on to Monto, Eidsvold, Mundubbera and south through Gayndah. The corridor is an inland link between Gladstone and Gayndah, which has great potential to attract tourists in numbers. In time, our website will showcase all the attractions along the trail.
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25 Ratings · 21 reviews
Colin S.recommends
April 8, 2024
Builyan Siding
Thank You Builyan.
We had a beautiful stay, the camping area is extremely well kept considering it is up kept by volunteers. Thanks to the the local community for a great camping spot.
Scott M.recommends
February 25, 2024
Rail Trail Tunnels Golembil
This campsite is awesome, heaps of room and an amazing backdrop with a view of the range. We had a heap of rain the night we stayed here and there wasn't any puddles, bogging or flooding of the campsites which was great. Also a great spot to explore the rail trail and tunnels. Highly recommend.
Deb F.recommends
January 30, 2024
Rail Trail Tunnels Golembil
Camping and Riding
This Rail Trail campground is fairly new, directions are non existent from the dirt road turnoff but it’s only a few hundred metres over the hill follow the road. Note if using WikiCamps the location dot is marking the turnoff, this is a better indication of the camp spot 24°36.096'S 151°18.878'E. Run by the Boyne Burnett Inland Rail Trail and thanks to all the hard work and time put in by this dedicated group of volunteers getting this attraction off the ground. The location is very picturesque with wooded hills all around the site and the rail trail going through the middle of the camp. From camp it’s 11km south to the Barrimoon Siding mostly up hill (suitable for fairly low level fitness) to the 6 tunnels, and then on to Kalpowar. The small section we rode is a good surface, well packed gravel, but the bridge is not safe to ride of walk.. As the rock cuttings get larger towards the top look out for fallen rocks and timber. The ride is spectacular, see the pictures. There is even 600m of wheelchair access from Barrimoon siding to the first tunnel, access through Kalpowar. Going north it’s about 15km to Builyan via the trail. Back at Camp it is very peaceful, probably the quietest spot we have camped, bring everything and take everything back with you.
Greg K.recommends
October 3, 2023
Mt Debateable
The camp was excellent for what we had planned. You’re right on the rail trail making cycling very convenient. The Burnett River is just a few minutes drive with great vehicle access on the south side via a track just up from the bridge. The area is quiet and flat. Whether riding on the rail trail or paddling the river the area is beautiful.
Abigail S.recommends
July 13, 2023
Rail Trail Tunnels Golembil
Loved the camp, it’s was clean and maintained and would definitely stay there again.
Judy M.doesn't recommend
June 25, 2023
Builyan Siding
We tried to book mt debateable on the rail trail but it would only take us to Builyan siding - so we booked that. However we stayed at my debateable. When is Hipcamp going to set up a link to camp at Mt Debatable?
Monto, Queensland, AustraliaTraditional, ancestral territory of Gureng Gureng First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Bbirt T.Joined in December 2021
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