Just 45 kilometres south east of St George, Nindigully or "The Gully" as it's locally known, is pretty much four houses and a pub on a riverbank. But what a pub, what a view and what characters you'll find! Perched on the banks of the Moonie River, having been established in 1864, the rustic Nindigully Pub is the longest continually licensed pub in Queensland. Have you seen the film 'Paperback Hero'? It was filmed here and the café's boomerangs remain perched in place. You'll have no trouble unwinding on the verandah of the Pub as it hums with the chatter of travellers and locals alike, enjoying happy hour and live acoustic music.
Savour the company in the beer garden with a cold beer pulled from the keg. Pack your appetite as the challenge of the 'road train burger' awaits - a whopper five kilogram burger, big enough to feed you and 10 of your closest mates.
Park the van for a few days alongside the tree-lined Moonie River at the Nindigully Tourist and Visitor Area (free camping) located just below the Nindigully Pub. Fill your day by taking a stroll along The Gully Walk - a purpose built historical river walkway.
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