Information & Rules

Welcome to Goomburra Valley Campground. It is our pleasure to have you as guests on our property. To enhance your safety, ensure you have an enjoyable experience and to avoid any embarrassing situations, please read the following.


All campers and day visitors must register at the office

Driving and Cars

  • We allow for one vehicle per site, any extra vehicles are to be parked in the area in front of workshop.

  • Normal road rules apply in the park.

Setting Up

  • Campers are required to set up on sites allocated to them by Management sites have boundary markers to ensure space between each booking.

  • Campers are not allowed to camp on our "Common Area" directly adjacent to the creek - this protects our beautiful creek.

  • Shade cloths or enviro-mats are our preferred ground sheets. We DO NOT allow tarps or recycled mats.

  • Whilst every effort is made to ensure that any dead/dying or dangerous limbs are removed from the trees in the campsites, care must be exercised by guests when setting up camp. (look up before you set up!)

  • Please do not damage or destroy flora and fauna.

To preserve our grass:

  • If you need to tip fat or hot water out, you can use the base of a tree.

  • We have provided concrete around the fireplace to put your hot camp ovens.

  • Do not dig trenches or holes.


  • Guests are welcome to ride their bikes and helmets must be worn at all times. Helmets are available for loan if you forgot yours.

Fires and Firewood

  • Due to historical issues with council and neighbours, ABSOLUTLEY NO bush wood is to be collected from anywhere in the Valley.

  • You may bring your own wood but it must be pre-cut into lengths approx 12 inches or so as to fit in the fireplace.

  • Modest fires are allowed in designated fireplaces only and do not leave unattended.

  • If your fireplace needs to be emptied please see management.


  • If you need to use coals outside the fire, or braziers, please use the concrete around the fireplace – not the grass.

  • The stumps around your fireplace are provided for splitting your firewood.



  • Children are to be under parental supervision at all times.

  • Please don’t leave children alone at fires.

  • We are happy for children to tie a bit of meat to string to catch yabbies in the creek, but to protect an endangered species of frog, we no longer allow yabby traps.


  • Please keep music levels within your own campsite.

  • All forms of noise are to be kept to a reasonable level at all times, we require all music to be turned off from 10.00pm - 7.00am.

  • Offensive / foul language will not be tolerated at any time.


  • All water is drinkable unless otherwise stated. Bore water is sterilised and the rain water is filtered. There are no water connections for vans but you may top up with jerry cans or buckets if needed.

  • Showers are included in fees (no tokens or money needed) but please be aware of water restrictions and use water carefully by limiting showers.


  • Please use the clothes line provided; stringing lines between trees could cause an injury. Please leave camp areas clean and tidy for the next person to enjoy and please use the rubbish bins provided.

  • Please remember you are in a natural bush setting so shoes should be worn at all times.

  • Trail bikes, chainsaws, drones and generators are strictly prohibited

  • Please do not empty caravan canisters or portable toilets into our systems. The nearest dump point is in Allora.


Please note: No refund/or credit for early departure or late arrival or inclement weather.


Failure to comply with these rules may result in your being requested to leave the property and liable for any damages incurred.


Please report any problems or disturbances to Management. Come to the office and ring the bell, or if it’s at night and our light is on - we are available.

If you have any questions or queries, please do not hesitate to come and have a chat with us.  Rest, relax and enjoy your stay.


Thank you,

Brad & Teresa