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Bollon

Bollon township sits on the banks of peaceful Wallam Creek. The free caravan and camping area complete with showers and toilets is the perfect spot to rest up for a few days. Take a stroll into Bollon along the new 1.2 kilometre creek-side walkway. Keep an eye out for koalas, echidnas and emus. Kangaroos laze in the backyard of the Post Office and sheep graze the paddocks adjoining the main street. If you do one thing in town make it the Nullawokka Aboriginal Tour run by Bill, which includes bush tucker morning tea like you'll experience nowhere else - wattle seed scones, lemon myrtle cakes and kangaroo pizza. Bill is a descendant of the Kooma People and everyone raves about the tour!

Spend the afternoon retracing Bollon's rural history at the Heritage Centre or browse around the historical display at Deb's Cafe.

For serious campers and four-wheel drive enthusiasts, Thrushton National Park is 60 kilometres north of Bollon via a dirt road.

Bollon, Balonne Area
Queensland
Australia

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Pelican Rest Tourist Park

St George, Balonne Area
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From AU$27.00 - 130.00
Steve and Lorraine McNamara invite you to inspect Pelican Rest Tourist Park to check out the quiet, peaceful surroundings, the landscaped grounds featuring native trees, shrubs, huge grassed sites, Free-Wifi, cabins and welcoming environment... in all, the perfect base to explore St George and surrounds. Enjoy the attractions of St George including The Unique Egg, Riversands Vineyards, Pilot's Memorial, River Walk, Murals, Beardmore Dam, Sandytown River Cruises, Nindigully Pub fishing in the Balonne River. Steve and Lorraine can provide advice for those seeking information about the St George district, events, people and history.

Nindigully Pub

Nindigully, Goondiwindi Area
From AU$50.00 - 50.00
Nindigilly Pub is Queensland's oldest hotel located in its original condition and position on the banks of the Moonie River. The license was issued in 1864 after operating as shearer's accommodation for the Nindigully Station. From the late 1800s the Nindigilly Pub was a Cobb and Co coach change over station. Despite its population of only nine people, The Gully attracts a regular flow of locals (nearest eight kilometres) and tourists from all over Australia for a cold beer and a chef fresh prepared meal - the kilogram T-bones are legendary or try the new two kilogram plus road train burger (feeds minimum of four people). Caravans and campers are welcome to set up in front of the pub alongside the banks of the Moonie River and use the public showers and toilets for free. Rooms are available and popular in the 1864 end of the pub (no ensuite). Swags welcome on verandahs. The Gully attracts thousands every year with its unique country events. The Nindigully Pig Races and Country Music Festival and fireworks are held annually on the last Saturday in November raising over AUD6,500 per annum for RFDS. Or make plans for Queensland's largest annual New Years Eve.
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