FAQ

Yes. Open campfires are permitted unless a complete fire ban is in place and campers will need to check the SDRC Council website for the most up to date information. Established fire pits are in various locations at all our campsites. Please use established fire pits only.

Yes. Gordon Country features a meandering creeks, with various deeper swimming holes and more shallow stream over stones and river beds. Drought conditions can affect the water levels but we do enjoy permanent water holes suitable for swimming.

Yes, fishing is permitted however we do have a throw back policy. Catfish are the main species. Yabbying is also available all year round.

Each member of your group can make their own individual booking and join up as a group on arrival. Please ensure everyone books under the same tariff e.g., Black Cockatoo, etc. For groups of 50 or more please send an email to admin@gordoncountry.com.au advising us of the group name and where you would like us to reserve an area for you.

Yes 90% of the sites are accessible by two wheel drive thanks to a sealed dirt road. There are a small number of secluded campsites that are only accessible by 4WD.

Yes, you can buy ice and firewood on arrival if the shop is open, although you can collect fallen timber for free if you prefer. Our onsite shop will have all your camping basics from drinks to ice creams, bread, milk, ice etc. The shop is open part time, with hours displayed on the whiteboard where you register at check in.

No. You only pay the car pass unless you are wanting to 4WD recreationally.

Children under 4yrs are free. Children are otherwise classified as 4yrs to 15yrs. Adolescents older than 15yrs will pay the adult tariff.

Credit will be provided where written notice has been received as specified in our Terms & Conditions.  All Bookings made with credit are subject to availability and cannot be used during Peak Holiday Periods.  Please refer to 3. Cancellations for full details under Terms & Conditions on our website.

There is Telstra network reception at the main office/registration area. Wi-Fi is not available, and you need a Telstra connection to have reception – Optus and other networks will not work.
Note: Covid QR codes now work for most services.

Noiseless or quiet generators are allowed but must be used respectfully and should not interfere with other campers.

Dogs are allowed at all the cabins/glampers but are NOT allowed inside or on the furniture – they must always remain on the decks. Penalty cleaning fees will apply ($250) if it becomes apparent dogs have been inside or on bedding and furniture. 

Campers can check-in after 9:00am and out by 6:00pm; however, if arriving outside of designated office hours, campers must return during office hours (noted on whiteboard at office area) to complete their registration. Cabins and Glampers guests can check in from 2pm (unless a special request is made) and will need to check out by 10:00am on the day of departure. Gordon Country will try to accommodate early check-ins pending incoming arrivals and cleaning schedules.

If you arrive after your friends, it would be wise for you to have a pre-arranged meeting time or place. In addition, all campers are required to write in our registration book where they are camping; the registration book can also be referenced when locating a specific group.

Gordon Country is like a National Park – what you bring in, you must take out. Anybody found dumping rubbish will be charged. The closest tip is located at Allora or Warwick. Please bring sufficient rubbish bags with you. 

There is one site near the office which provides for potable water and caravans and drinking water can be filled up here. There is also drinking water available to purchase in the shop.

Gordon Country has all septic toilets and gas hot water showers. All facilities are included in your camping fees meaning there are no coin operated showers.

You need a licence to use a chainsaw. Provided you have this and can provide it upon request, you are able to use a chainsaw but only to cut fallen timber. No felling of trees is permitted. If caught, you may be asked to leave the property.

We allow small childrens’ tents to be set up near the Heritage cabins but not larger caravan or complex tent sites. A single small tent is allowed near the Retreat Cottages but not larger setups. This is to keep these areas exclusive. Tents and caravans can however set up next to the glampers by booking a powered camping site.

Powered sites are a restricted area and to be in the powered sites, a powered site must be booked.

Gordon Country operates on a ‘first in, best dressed’ basis. For example, while booking at the Retreat will guarantee you a spot in the Retreat, it will not give you a specific area in the Retreat. Only groups over 50 will be reserved an area.

There are two camp kitchens – one on the powered sites and another smaller one at the retreat area. They are large undercover sheds with seating for up to 30 people. The camp kitchen located at the powered sites area is fitted out with a communal fridge, sink, microwave, fire pit, TV and some basic kitchen utensils. The Retreat camp kitchen only supplies tables and chairs and a BBQ, there is no washing up facilities available. These are for communal use except when booked exclusively for parties or events.

Enjoy the freedom

Gordon Country offers a private and secluded camping experience like no other. Spread out and choose your own space in massive campsites, set on over 4000 acres of pure country Australia.

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