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Darlington Park, Kerry Valley - Beaudesert Region

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Darlington Park, Kerry Valley is natures perfect bush camping back drop. Boarded by the Albert River, this well grassed camping ground set amongst majestic gums really has something for everyone.

Darlington Park, Kerry Valley is natures perfect bush camping back drop. Boarded by the Albert River, this well grassed camping ground set amongst tall gums really has something for everyone. From nature watching and active out door pursuits, to dropping a fishing line in or having a long dip in one of the many cool water holes.

A large field offers a great space for the kids to play or for an impromptu game of cricket. Quiet country roads offer cyclists the opportunity to explore the surrounding valleys. Or for the more adventurous, nearby Duck Creek Road offers a great  4x4 experience up to the O'Reilly's plateau.

Fire wood, ice and a few other creature comforts are available for purchase from the care takers kiosk. Sheltered electric BBQs are also available. Darlington park is a great bush camping experience for the whole family.

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Cost: Fees last updated Jan 2018.

Off Peak: Adult (16 and above)  $10.00 Per Night | Child Rate (5 to 15) $5.00 Per Night | Family (2 Adults up 4 children) $30.00 Per Night

Surcharge applies during peak periods

Bookings are essential at peak times. A bookings only policy applies for long weekends, Christmas and Easter holiday period.

Bookings - 07 5544 8120 | Payment can be made onsite to care taker.



Getting There: At the main intersection in Beaudesert, take the Kerry Rd and follow it about 25 km. The road runs straight to the campsite.



                                                                   
    

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