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Nundubbermere Falls, Sundown NP, Stanthorpe Region

Nundubbermere Falls, Sundown National Park is a remote basic camp pearched high above a gorge and rock pools about 40km drive south west of Stanthorpe, Qld.

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Nundubbermere Falls, Sundown Nation, is a remote basic camp pearched high above a gorge. Below in the gorge are massive cool rock pools along the Severn River to cool off in or do a spot of fishing. But its quite the hike back up to the camp ground. You'll need to bring everything with you including drinking water, fire wood and toilet facilities.

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Cost: $5.75 per person PN |  $23.00 per family PN which includes 2 Adults and up to 5 Children. For further information and Booking visit www.nprsr.qld.gov.au



Getting there: From Stanthorpe take Stanthorpe-Texas Rd about 20km. Turn left onto Springvale Rd and follow this about 10km out to Nundubbermere Rd. Follow this out to Falls Rd and follow this out to campsite. Note: It's recommended you reach this site by 4X4.



                                   
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