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Innisfree

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· Maryvale, Queensland
500 acres hosted by Phoenix T.
1 Vehicle/Tent site
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All to yourself
97% of recent Hipcampers say this Hipcamp felt private.
Family-friendly
Recent Hipcampers say this Hipcamp is great for families and kids.
Primitive camping
Best for self-contained campers. There are no toilets, showers, or potable water at this Hipcamp.
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"The Isle Innisfree" is an Irish poem, about a safe haven. It is a place to escape, to find peace and solitude from the busy ways of modern life. Our property Innisfree is just that to us, a beautiful peaceful haven. We are delighted to share the natural beauty of Innisfree with you and your family, and hope it will be as magical for you as it is to us. Céad Míle Fáilte A Hundred Thousand Welcomes Innisfree offers a spacious and private campsite, nestled beside the beautiful rocky Millar Vale Creek. Relax and unwind by the fire pit, or venture down the creek and explore the twists and turns of the crystal clear water. Located just over 1.5 hours from Brisbane, we are within easy reach for a perfect little getaway. We only have one site available so you will have this great little spot all to yourselves. We are within easy reach of Main Range National Park, Mount Cordeaux, and Mount Mitchell, as well as the Historic Maryvale Crown Hotel and Spicers Resort. Warwick is half an hour away. Pets are welcome but must be kept on leash/restrained at night. Pets must not disturb any of the livestock or native animals in the area. If you a lucky you may even spot platypus, there is abundant birdlife, bandicoots and bettongs if you are a nature lover. Horses/cattle live here so animal droppings are to be expected and cattle may bellow from time to time, it is a working farm after all. Please do not feed the horses or cattle. Campers must be fully self sufficient with their own camping toilet and must take all rubbish and waste with them on departure, as per the 'leave no trace' policy. BYO firewood.PLEASE READ ALL INFO TO AVOID CONFUSION AND DISAPPOINTMENT. Campfires are allowed but please ensure there are no restrictions in place before starting a fire. Ensure campfires are always supervised and fully extinguished before leaving the site. BYO firewood. A peaceful secluded spot that you have all to yourself. You are welcome to meander down the creek as far as next boundary if you so wish. Pets are welcome but must be kept on leash/restrained at night. Pets must not disturb any of the livestock or native animals in the area. Horses/cattle live here so animal droppings are to be expected and cattle may bellow from time to time. Due to Bio Security laws please DO NOT feed the horses or cattle. Campers must be fully self sufficient with their own camping toilet and must take all waste with them on departure. Some times the creek may be low if there has been a dry spell but we have no control over what mother nature provides. Owner may drop by, we conduct regular site and fence inspections.
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114 Ratings · 89 reviews
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Kevin L.recommends
March 9, 2024
Millar Vale Creek Camping
2nd stay here. Peace, quiet and tranquility. Only 2 nights this time, didn’t see another person. Maryvale pub is close by, good meals. I’ll be back for sure.
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Matt G.recommends
February 12, 2024
Millar Vale Creek Camping
Lovely spot for some star gazing. Great little creek and some friendly cows :)
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Carolyn C.recommends
January 4, 2024
Millar Vale Creek Camping
Great spot for a large group
So peaceful and quiet we had a lovely week at Millar Vale Creek. It was a great place to camp with just the one spot we had plenty of room for our large group. I am sure we will be back again one day.
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Emma M.recommends
January 4, 2024
Millar Vale Creek Camping
Great site close to the creek, beautiful site, well kept and peaceful. Thank you for a wonderful stay!
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Mark R.
December 25, 2023
Millar Vale Creek Camping
The track down to the creek camp is impossible to get back up after some rain, particularly if you are towing, (I've got a light trailer) I'd say 2wd to top camps only, for this very reason. Turned up to cows flooding the campsite, they wouldn't move for a very long time and coated the whole campsite in dung, the creek was very still and full of slime, so i didn't let my dog play in there like i thought i could, I'm sure if your timing is good, this place would be really great.
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Emma K.recommends
December 18, 2023
Millar Vale Creek Camping
Such a quiet spot. You can see the road from the camp spot but maybe 2 or 3 cars a day so not an issue at all. There was enough water in the creek to cool down which was such a bonus.
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Maryvale, Queensland, AustraliaTraditional, ancestral territory of Bundjalung First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
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Hosted by Phoenix T.Joined in May 2021
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