About

Kerry Valley secret

Your hosts, Sally and Michael Undery.
Your hosts, Sally and Michael Undery.

Welcome to Kerry Valley Secret. We love where we live and hope that you do too.

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Meet the locals..
Meet the locals..

If you are very quiet you may get to meet our resident Red Neck Wallaby. He usually comes to check out the campers in the evening.

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Relax by your own private fire
Relax by your own private fire

Firewood is supplied as part of the booking at Kerry Valley Secret.

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Eat Local - Tommerup's Dairy Farm and Blue Tree Honey
Eat Local - Tommerup's Dairy Farm and Blue Tree Honey

You won't find a more delicious breakfast. Why not place an order and pick up a hamper from Tommerup's Dairy Farm on the way to Kerry Valley Secret - you will drive straight past their door if you come via Beaudesert.

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Eat Local - Scenic Rim Brewery
Eat Local - Scenic Rim Brewery

Why not take the scenic route to Kerry Valley Secret and pick up supplies at Scenic Rim Brewery on the way.

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Eat Local - O'Reilly's Canungra Valley Vineyard, Towri Cheese and Scenic Rim Brewery
Eat Local - O'Reilly's Canungra Valley Vineyard, Towri Cheese and Scenic Rim Brewery

O'Reilly's wine is perfect compliment t Towri Cheese Eweghurt.

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Stinson Rescue history
Stinson Rescue history

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.

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Historical Robbie Francis Gravesite
Historical Robbie Francis Gravesite

The history of the first selectors can be found by exploring the tracks around Kerry Valley Secret

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The Albert River
The Albert River

Stockyard Creek runs into the Albert River where we have our swimming hole. Did you know that the Albert River is one of the fastest flowing rivers on the eastern seaboard.

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Bushwalks lead off from the Stockyard Creek Campsite
Bushwalks lead off from the Stockyard Creek Campsite

Explore our inbuilt forest tracks.........

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Walk to Westray's Grave
Walk to Westray's Grave

Lamington National Park wilderness is close. Westray's Grave is a 30min drive away in the wilderness end of Lamington National Park. It is not a formed track so the path is fairly rough but achievable for active walkers in 3-6 hours.

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Kayaking on Wyaralong Dam
Kayaking on Wyaralong Dam

Nearby Wyaralong Dam is a great place for mountain biking, fishing and paddling.

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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.

FACILITIES
Private BBQ Area
& Fire Pit
2 Portaloo Toilets
Swimming Hole

“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”