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Mushroom Valley Eco Camp

· Yalboroo, Queensland
60 acres hosted by Ben & Ash I.
18 Vehicle/Tent sites
Ben & Ash is a Star Host
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Recent Hipcampers say this Hipcamp is great for families and kids.
Best in Queensland: Finalist
Named one of the best Hipcamps to visit in 2023.
Everybody Welcome! Just bring a great attitude and enjoy a peaceful stay :) Located on the beautiful O'Connell River, this camp site is surrounded by gorgeous landscapes including a mountain range and the river. The property boasts many areas to go for walks, enjoy the wildlife and relax. You can enjoy spacious camping choices either along the river or on other selected areas throughout the property (we will show you where). We always ensure a limited number of campers so you get the space and tranquility you deserve on your camping trip. No side by side camping, always spacious and comfortable. There is access to a large number of compostable toilets, and composting and recycling facilities are available (we ask that you please take all general rubbish with you). Wildlife is in abundance throughout the property and includes grazing wallabies, ducks and birdlife which are an everyday occurrence. The property is also the home of our Festival - Mushroom Valley, throughout the site you will find different pieces of artwork, decor and permanent structures that bring artistic life to the site. We are a friendly and relaxed family who live on the site and we look forward to welcoming you to our little piece of paradise. Well behaved pets are welcome, please discuss with us upon booking :)
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Yalboroo, Queensland, AustraliaTraditional, ancestral territory of Giya First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Ben & Ash I.Joined in November 2020
719 Ratings · 491 reviews
Daniel B.recommends
February 8, 2024
Mushroom Valley River Camping
The whole experience was beautiful! Beautiful land to camp on, beautiful owners and a beautiful creek!! Definitely recommend
Lucy W.recommends
January 30, 2024
Day Visit - NO CAMPING
So great to be able to access the property for a day pass. Was awesome being able to show my BF around, felt super comfortable going for a swim in the creek and having a little picnic all to ourselves.
Jack B.recommends
January 22, 2024
Day Visit - NO CAMPING
We will be back
What a great spot! We loved it! Definitely be back again. Host was quick to respond to messages etc - Pack a picnic and go - Another Isacc Regions beauties - Thanks Janee
Jack B.recommends
January 21, 2024
Day Visit - NO CAMPING
A great day trip enjoyed and we will definitely be back ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️🍉
Deb, Eamon & Kirra T.recommends
January 15, 2024
Mushroom Valley River Camping
Thank you Ash and Ben for sharing your beautiful place. Great creek with deep swimming holes makes cooling off on a hot summers day a breeze. Got the firewood which was thoughtfully split with small and larger pieces making lighting the fire a snap. We will be back for future visits!
Roderick B.recommends
January 9, 2024
Mushroom Valley River Camping
Brilliant location
A great opportunity to relax in a beautiful place. Thank you to Ash for greeting us at the gate, and to all the staff for maintaining a pristine location.
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