Kerry Valley secret
If only it could talk! Our heritage picnic table from the old Railway Hotel is easy to move to the perfect spot for you.
Spotlighting after rain is always rewarding at Stockyard Creek.
Visit in spring to soak up the vibrant Silk Oaks flowering along the river.
Watercress is a perfect peppery addition to salads and fritters.
Michael's grandfather Barney is in this photo of the Stinson rescuers return. If you love history we have an historical grave onsite as well as the wilderness walks to Westrays Grave and the Stinson Crash in nearby Lamington National Park.
The Lost World pool can be found a short drive from the Stockyard Creek campsite. It is a short but rough track into the pool.
Have you ever wished you could find a secret spot to go camping with your friends and family but not have to deal with crowds of others?
We are opening up our farm Glenaulin and sharing "our bit of bush" with private groups. We recognise that when you escape from everyday life to catch up with friends and family you also like be in the bush, soak up all the peace and quiet and have it ALL to yourself.
We love where we live and we know you will too - whether you like to just chill out in the creek, watch the birds and wallabies laze about, explore our rich history or access our wonderful Lamington National Park backyard.
Our campsites are tidy bush sites that we will develop as time goes on but in the mean time if you would like to take advantage of our opening prices we look forward to meeting you.
Sally and Michael Undery.
Private BBQ Area
& Fire Pit
2 Portaloo Toilets
“Absolutely loved camping here! Nothing like having your own private campground and swimming hole.”
“I think the shadiness of your campsite is a real selling point.”
“Away from the crowds”