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    Here is the other site:

    http://www.gordoncountry.com.au

    They are very good and the campsites are immaculate. They have some rules but talking to the people who were camping ther, they said it was a great place to stay. 4wd tracks throughout the 4000 acres and wake up to cattle browsing through your campsite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CPOCSM View Post
    Here is the other site:

    http://www.gordoncountry.com.au

    They are very good and the campsites are immaculate. They have some rules but talking to the people who were camping ther, they said it was a great place to stay. 4wd tracks throughout the 4000 acres and wake up to cattle browsing through your campsite.

    Hooroo
    Champion, thats the best by far.. Thanks for the link!

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    Have a look on the obi obi rd just out from Kenilworth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tiny View Post
    Champion, thats the best by far.. Thanks for the link!
    Might be a good hook up for the forum one week end. There is also a 4wd park the Warwick side of goomburra and looked pretty good also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CPOCSM View Post
    Might be a good hook up for the forum one week end. There is also a 4wd park the Warwick side of goomburra and looked pretty good also.
    Yeah its an extra hour and twenty but by far the best for dog friendly, camping and heaps of good tracks!!!
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    Thanks once again mate..

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    Most welcome tiny. We will be doing a bit up there now we found it.

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    We went there two weeks ago. Great campgrounds, dog friendly nice creek, plenty of space and some tracks, nothing special by any means (that we found anyway) Good for a relax and good for kids.
    Quote Originally Posted by CPOCSM View Post
    Here is the other site:

    http://www.gordoncountry.com.au

    They are very good and the campsites are immaculate. They have some rules but talking to the people who were camping ther, they said it was a great place to stay. 4wd tracks throughout the 4000 acres and wake up to cattle browsing through your campsite.

    Hooroo
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    Quote Originally Posted by 89gqpatrol4x4 View Post
    We went there two weeks ago. Great campgrounds, dog friendly nice creek, plenty of space and some tracks, nothing special by any means (that we found anyway) Good for a relax and good for kids.
    They were challenging for a novice like myself...lol. Good starting point I say but the whole point is getting out of toowoomba and enjoying a weekend away. The two dachshunds can run amock as much as they please too.

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    Mate I've been to Scenic Rim Adventure Park http://www.scenicrimadventurepark.com.au/contact.html. They allow dogs no worries as long as they are kept under control, open camp fires and you can retrieve wood from the nearby bushland (good quality and heaps of it). It will take 2:37 minutes from the Sunny Coast according to google maps.

    I went there this year in September and it was quiet as a mouse, no one else there on the weekend!

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