Guests love our cool waterhole in the Albert River, shallow water playing in Stockyard Creek and relaxing on the creek banks.
Stockyard Creek and the Albert River are features in our campsite. Many hours can be spent discovering the secrets they keep.
Be still for a while and watch in sheer delight as the birds gather around you and the wallabies just laze about in the grass.
There is nothing more delicious than a campfire stew!
Don't forget the marshmallows to roast on the fire at night (firewood provided).
Damper making competitions are always a fire favourite too!
Lost World Coffee - operating from Darlington Park
Tommerup's Dairy Farm - we particulary recommend Tommerup's ice creams. They are open by appointment only but sometimes have their open signs out on weekends to indicate they are available for drop ins.
Christmas Creek Café
Binoculars and boots are a must for bird watching and exploring our on property forest tracks through the foothills of Mt Alexander. Keep an eye out for the endangered Glossy Black Cockatoos as you wander through forest and visit the historical grave of Robbie Francis.
The Lamington National Park wilderness end is very close by. From here you have a short drive and rock hop to "The Lost World" swimming pool. A half hour drive to the start of Westray's Grave half day walk or the full day off track Stinson Plane Crash walk if you are and experienced off track walker and know where you are going.
From your campsite you have views up to Ding Bing Falls and Lukes Bluff in the Lamington National Park.
For those on a longer stay at Kerry Valley Secret it is well worth the day trip up to the graded bushwalking tracks in the Binna Burra and Green Mountains (O'Reilly's) sections of Lamington National Park.
If you are looking for guided Scenic Rim walks to do while you stay at Kerry Valley Secret we strongly recomend you check out the Horizon Guides walking calendar.
Horizon Guides has been sharing the Scenic Rim with walkers since 2008 – we love our back yard! Our walks are all about enjoying being outside – observing the worlds about us, learning about the life we encounter, enjoying the views, breathing deeply and carrying some of that peace back home. They are also about learning how to bushwalk safely and managing ourselves in different conditions with small groups of like-minded souls. By hiking regularly, over time, you’ll develop a great repertoire of skills and grow in confidence for future adventures. The Scenic Rim offers a tremendous variety of bushwalking challenges and is an excellent place to truly become a ‘bushwalker’!
BUSHWALKING, KAYAKING & MOUNTAIN BIKING
Nearby Wyaralong Dam also has some great tracks for bushwalking and mountain biking.
Wyaralong is also a perfect place for kayaking.
If you would like to explore our area further afield you may find some ideas on