QLD – Andrew Drynan Park

Andrew Drynan Park is situated on Running Creek, 47 km south of Beaudesert and 19 km from Rathdowney on the Lions Road. The drive from Brisbane will take a couple of hours. It has an impressive backdrop formed by Mt Chinghee.  The park is divided by The Lions Road and care should be taken with children. Running Creek is a lovely flowing creek which is very inviting in summer and the park offers a great bush camp among the tall trees. As some of the pools are deep, children should be supervised.

Toilets, BBQs, picnic tables and swimming. BYO drinking water. Pets to be restrained. No showers—a dip in the creek will keep you clean but please don’t use soap or detergent.
Directions: At Rathdowney, turn left into Running Creek Rd and travel approximately 17km south east.

The Camping area has a local park Manager; Barry Moran. contact 0755441281, who collects the fees.

Price Range

$10 adults, $5 children Under 5 yo free, $30 family (2xAdults & 4 children) .

Public Holidays: $12 adult; $6 child; $35 family

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Andrew Drynan Park is situated on Running Creek, 47 km south of Beaudesert and 19 km from Rathdowney on the Lions Road. The drive from Brisbane will take a couple of hours. It has an impressive backdrop formed by Mt Chinghee.  The park is divided by The Lions Road and care should be taken with children. Running Creek is a lovely flowing creek which is very inviting in summer and the park offers a great bush camp among the tall trees. As some of the pools are deep, children should be supervised.

Toilets, BBQs, picnic tables and swimming. BYO drinking water. Pets to be restrained. No showers—a dip in the creek will keep you clean but please don’t use soap or detergent.
Directions: At Rathdowney, turn left into Running Creek Rd and travel approximately 17km south east.

The Camping area has a local park Manager; Barry Moran. contact 0755441281, who collects the fees.

Price Range

$10 adults, $5 children Under 5 yo free, $30 family (2xAdults & 4 children) .

Public Holidays  $12 adults, $6 child, $35 family

Rainforest Gateway Caravan Park & Campground.

The Rainforest Gateway Caravan Park and Campground is a family-owned park. Set on five acres of waterfront camping. Located on Grady’s Creek Rd,  Grady’s Creek, north of Kyogle, on the popular scenic tourist route, The Lions Road, in the Border Ranges Ranges of Northern NSW.

NOTE: Also just a reminder, that even though the Lions Road is closed at the Qld border, Grady’s Creek rd is open up to the border, so Caravans etc are still able to access the Rainforest Gateway Caravan & Camping Ground. The Park is  located only 9klms along Grady’s Creek rd from the turnoff intersection at Summerland Way.

The park features grassy powered sites and unpowered sites with on-site amenities such as hot showers, flush toilets, laundry and camp kitchen. Plus 1 bedroom units.

It is a  dog-friendly park so the whole family is welcome. Dogs need to be restrained at all times. Any disturbances such as barking  must be kept to an absolute minimum to ensure that other guests are not inconvenienced.

Relax and unwind by the creek or sit back enjoy a drink around the campfire at night, with our family atmosphere. With great views, tranquil bushland, abundant wildlife there is always something to do. Campfires permitted in designated areas only. Some firewood provided, but please check before coming.

No WI-FI (yay!). Good Telstra reception.

Contact 0400191341 for enquiries or make a booking.

 

DAY VISITORS $5 each *8am-6pm

UNPOWERED SITES :

15 available  Large 25x15m sites.

Adult $15 each

Child 4-14yrs $10 each

POWERED SITES

5 available

Adult  $18 each

Child 4-14yrs $10 per child

UNITS

2 x 1 bedroom unit, sleeping up to 3 people (or 4 with sofa bed/fold up bed)

Beds have linen and fridge, microwave, jug and toaster are supplied

$75 (2 persons) & $95 (3 persons), Extra person $20 pp pn

Shared toilets & showers at rear of building.

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Children must be supervised at all times and parent/guardians are responsible for their behaviour.