Rosewood Showgrounds Camping Facility

Rosewood, Ipswich Area

Indicative Rate * AU$12 to AU$15

The Rosewood Showgrounds Camping Facility is located in the picturesque township of Rosewood, 20 minutes west of Ipswich and one hour from Brisbane.

Rosewood has been designated as an RV Friendly Town and the Showgrounds is a short drive or walk to a supermarket, chemist, doctors, post office, coffee shops, hotels, hairdressers, banks, churches, a newsagent and the electric train to Brisbane.

The Showground has 16 powered sites with access to water and sullage, and 40 to 50 additional unpowered sites. Other amenities include toilets, showers and free dump point and potable water.

Nearby attractions include the historic Rosewood township, Cobb & Co Tourist Drive and historic coach display, the heritage Rosewood Railway and museum, St Brigid's Catholic Church (the largest timber church in the southern hemisphere), Spicers Hidden Vale and the Hidden Vale Adventure Park with over 150 kilometres of mountain bike trails, The Workshops Rail Museum, Ipswich Art Gallery and Ipswich Nature Centre.

The Rosewood Showgrounds Camping Facility is the perfect place to set up camp while you explore South East Queensland.

1 Railway Street
Rosewood, Ipswich Area
Queensland
Australia

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