56 Victoria Street
St George Queensland 4487

Your Hosts:
Brenda and Wade Cameron

Tel: 07 4625 3120
Email: info@kamarookatouristpark.com.au

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Accommodation in St George, Queensland.
Kamarooka Tourist Park
Kamarooka Tourist Park is centrally located in famous St George, Queensland.
St George township is spectacularly positioned along the landscaped south-eastern side of the Balonne River,
15 kms from the Beardmore Dam. In town, the river bank is landscaped and has excellent picnic settings and barbecue facilities.
The river is a popular summertime water playground for fishing and skiing.
Photos courtesy of Balonne Visitor Information Centre
Kamarooka Tourist Park ...
...is located one block from the centre of town, local eateries, cafes and the spectacular Balonne River.
...is just 15 kms from Beardmore Dam
...and 45 kms from Nindigully Pub
... and has excellent 3G-4G phone/data reception.
All sites are powered, level and grassy. The quality amenities are clean and well-maintained.
Driving to Kamarooka Tourist Park
St George is approximately 500kms west of Brisbane and the coastal holiday areas
and 118 kms north of the NSW-Queensland border town of Mungindi.
From the east
St George is accessible from the coast, through Toowoomba and Dalby via the Warrego and Moonie Highways.
From the north
Drive south along the Carnarvon Highway through Roma and Surat.
From the south, and to avoid NSW coastal traffic
The most direct route is the Carnarvon Highway which heads north-west from Moree
via the border crossing at Mungindi and past the famous Nindigully Pub.
From central west NSW and areas further south
It's a relatively smooth drive and mostly free of heavy traffic as you drive north from Dubbo and Gilgandra.
At Gilgandra, where most traffic will turn north-east to follow the New England Highway, it is better to drive straight ahead and turn right at the T-intersection to head through town and then north along the Castlereagh Highway through Coonamble and Walgett.
North of Walgett, the Castlereagh Highway takes you past turn-offs to the opal mining towns of Cumborah and Lightning Ridge
which you may wish to explore and perhaps haggle over prices for some great opal bargains.
The NSW-Queensland border crossing is a Hebel, about 75 kms north of the Lightning Ridge turn-off.
From Hebel, it's a smooth run to St George via Dirranbandi.
Bus and Air Flight Connections
Coach Queensland...

...operates a bus service from Toowoomba to Lightning Ridge, via Goondiwindi and St George,
on Mondays and Thursdays.
Departure from Toowoomba is at 10:20am, arriving in St George at 4:05pm.
The return trips from Lightning Ridge to Toowoomba, via St George and Goondiwindi, are on Tuesdays and Fridays.
Departure from St George is at 10:00am, arriving in Toowoomba at 3:30pm.
For more information and bookings, please view the Coach Queensland web site or call (07) 4633 1177.
Rex Regional Express...
...provides a twice-weekly (Wednesday and Sunday) Brisbane-Toowoomba-St George-Cunnamulla-Thargomindah service.
The flight departs Brisbane at 7:45 am and returns at 2:30pm.
For more information and bookings, please view the Rex web site or call 13 1713.

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