back to listingRainforest Gateway Caravan Park - Grady's Creek Via Kyogle
The Rainforest Gateway Caravan Park is located at the junction of Grady’s and Cedargetters Creek on the Lions Road in the Border rangers of Northern NSW with an abundance of unique bird species, large old growth trees and a strict policy for peace and quiet.
The Park features grassy powered sites, views, access to Grady’s Creek with hot showers, basins, flush toilets and laundry. Comfortable holiday units also available and a cottage. There are camp sites, (powered &unpowered) and an on site caravan. You will need to bring your own sheets & towels (though other bedding is supplied) and because of it’s remoteness, bring ALL you own food supplies.
NO EFTPOS available so please have cash for payments.
AS THE PARK IS OWNED/MANAGED BY A SEMI-RETIRED COUPLE, WHO TRAVEL ALOT THEMSELVES, IT IS RECOMMENDED TO PHONE BEFORE GOING TO MAKE SURE THEY ARE AROUND.
Places of interest such as the Brisbane - Sydney (Kyogle) railway line with it’s unique loop and tunnelling system, historic villages, craft centres and markets are within short drives.
World Heritage National Parks containing some of the worlds best remaining rainforest, mountain walks, lookouts with breathtaking views, Flora and Fauna and so the list goes on, are only minutes from the park.
The McPherson ranges have long been recognised world wide as an outstanding area of natural beauty, fortunately by the declaration of many National Parks we can still enjoy this heritage which in many places on our planet is disappearing with each day.
The Rainforest Gateway makes it possible to explore these beauty spots at leisure, having available environment friendly comforts at the end of each interesting day. The park is pet friendly.
Set along the banks of Grady’s Creek makes a relaxed base camp to explore the natural wonders of the World Heritage National Parks close by. Discover the cultural, historical and scenic attractions of the area while enjoying the rural ambiance.
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IMPORTANT NOTE; DEC 2016 CONTACT PARK OWNERS FOR FURTHER DETAILS RE THE FOLLOWING’;
Kyogle Council is about to embark on a major project of replacing six wooden bridges along the Grady’s Creek and Lions Road, through the Australian Government Bridge Renewal Program.
Construction will take place over 3 stages with works beginning in early January 2017 AND LASTING UP TO 6 MONTHS. This will result in changed traffic conditions, detours and longer travel times around some of these sites for local residents, and will therefore be closed from all entrances to tourist traffic.
TOURISM TRAFFIC CLOSURE WILL TAKE EFFECT FROM DECEMBER 19TH 2016.
Murrays Bridge (10.5km on Grady’s creek Rd from Summerland way) will be the first bridge to be demolished and replaced and will be CLOSED to all traffic during stage one. Council hopes to remove this bridge on 19 December ‘16 subject to the end of school term to all for pile installation early in January.
Council apologies for any inconvenience but in the long run there will be improved safer access for residents and motorists, safer routes for school buses, improved access for emergency, essential services and less maintenance in the future for council staff. Also with the new, more sturdy bridges, load limits will be removed along the route making it easier for heavy vehicles but keeping in mind that the road structure and curves do not allow caravans and/or mobile homes to travel along this road.
Contact either council on 66321611 or Kyogle Visitors Information Centre on 66322700 for further information.
|Location||Grady's Creek Mt. Lion|
|Contact||02 6636 6114|
|Price Range||unpowered sites $28 family; powered $30 family; 1 x onsite caravan $35 per family; Units (sleeps 5) $60; Cottage (sleeps 5) $70;|