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Split Yard Creek

· Split Yard Creek, Queensland
3 acres hosted by Richard F.
1 Vehicle/Tent site
Nomadic camping
Best for self-contained campers. There are no toilets, showers, or potable water at this Hipcamp.
Mostly flat grassed and treed paddock, beside fresh running creek. Pizza oven and wood fired bbq available for guests. 10 mins from Fernvale, close to Wivenhoe Dam, 30 mins to Somerset Dam. Caravan, RV and boat access, no 4WD required. Enjoy the bird life as you wander the gardens. Fire pit available, own toilet and drinking water required. Non-potable water available. Property has unfenced creek access so unsuitable for small children. Two ensuite rooms also available on property, separate to main house.Full access to roadside paddock and creek, bbq area and garden walks. Off site activities, short drive to Wivenhoe Dam, Fernvale and Esk. 30 min drive to Somerset Dam or Mt Glorious.
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Kaisa K.recommends
July 12, 2024
Split Yard Creek
The owners are lovely and very helpful. There was plenty of fire wood and we had the whole site to ourselves.
Split Yard Creek, Queensland, AustraliaTraditional, ancestral territory of Yuggera First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking

Hosted by Richard F.

Joined in May 2024
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