6 Fantastic Free Campsites in St George Region

Welcome, fellow adventurers! If you’re on the lookout for affordable and fantastic camping spots in the St George Region, you’re in for a treat. We’ve rounded up six free campsites that will have you pitching your tent and soaking in the great outdoors without breaking the bank. Let’s dive into the details!

Waroo Bridge Campsite
Located just 52km from St George towards Surat along the serene Balonne River, Waroo Bridge Campsite is a hidden gem for nature lovers. This back-to-basics spot is perfect for those seeking tranquillity and a connection with nature. It’s like a little slice of camping heaven, minus the crowds and clichés.

Wallam Creek, Bollon
Get ready to immerse yourself in the tranquillity of Wallam Creek in Bollon. This shady campsite offers the ideal backdrop for a relaxing getaway. Take a leisurely 1.2km stroll along the walkway to access the town’s main street, and fear not, you won’t have to ‘rough it’ thanks to free showers and toilets.

Nindigully Tourist and Visitor Area
Park your van alongside the tree-lined Moonie River at the Nindigully Tourist and Visitor Area. This Silver Winner of the 2020 Best Grey Nomad Council Free Stay is located beside the famous Nindigully Pub. Enjoy your days strolling along The Gully Walk, lounging with a book, or heading up to the pub for happy hour. Showers and toilets are available for those who appreciate a touch of comfort.

McGeever Recreational Grounds, Thallon
Behold the awe-inspiring view of Thallon’s vibrant grain silos at the RV Friendly McGeever Recreational Grounds. With newly upgraded amenities such as a camp kitchen, free WiFi, toilets, and showers, this spot is perfect for those who want a comfortable stay. The silos even light up after dark, providing a unique and enchanting experience. Plus, there’s a convenient dump point on-site.

Balonne Minor Campsite, Dirranbandi
Self-sufficient campers, this one’s for you! Located 3km west of Dirranbandi on Dirranbandi-Bollon Rd, the Balonne Minor Campsite offers a minimalist camping experience. Just remember to bring your own drinking water, as this spot is all about embracing that back to nature feeling.

Barwon River Campsite, Mungindi
Last but certainly not least, the Barwon River Campsite in Mungindi promises a riverside retreat like no other. With views of the Barwon River, fishing, bird watching, and hot showers available, this RV Friendly campsite is the perfect place to relax. And yes, you can bring your furry friends along for the adventure!

So, pack your bags, grab your camping gear, and embark on an unforgettable adventure in the St George Region. These free campsites are waiting to be explored, offering a perfect blend of nature, comfort, and a touch of serenity.

For those who want comfort, amenities and camaraderie, the St George Region is also home to number of centrally located, well-maintained caravan parks.

Happy camping!

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