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

Campers and Day Visitors

We require that all guests register with us and pay fees on arrival. In the interests of health, safety and security it is important for us to know who is on the property at all times. Any person on our property who does not register their name with us upon arrival could be considered to be trespassing and therefore may be asked to leave. Whether you are camping with a group or on your own, no other person may register for you.

Check In/Out

CHECK IN: Between 8.00am and 7.00pm (please note: the gate will be closed for the consideration of other campers).
CHECK OUT: Before Sunset.
Office hours: 8am – 6pm.

(Peak times - check in and check out may be different, please ask about it when booking)

Driving and Cars

Speed limits within the property is walking pace (5 km per hour). If it feels ridiculously slow you are doing it right! Be aware of children playing and riding bicycles. Normal road rules apply in the park. Help us to conserve the grass by avoiding any unnecessary driving, all facilities, showers & bbq’s are within easy walking distance and a trolley is provided for firewood. We allow for one vehicle per site, extra vehicles are to be parked in area in front of workshop.

Setting Up

Campers must set up on sites allocated to them by management. PLEASE take a moment to think about where to set up. Please avoid using tarpaulins as ground sheets, use only shade cloth or enviro 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. There is plenty of firewood available.
Do not dig trenches or holes. We work hard for you to be able to enjoy grassy campsites.
PLEASE DO NOT TIP FAT, HOT WATER OR ASH ONTO THE GRASS! (you can use the base of a tree)
PLEASE DO NOT PUT HOT CAMP OVENS ON THE GRASS – please use the concrete around the fireplace


Guests are welcome to ride their bikes but not on cement paths around the amenities, bunkhouse and undercover eating areas. Helmets must be worn by all at all times. Please avoid doing “skids” and please put bikes away after dark.

Fires and Firewood

Modest fires are allowed in designated fireplaces only. You may bring your own wood but it must be pre-cut into lenghts approx 12 inches or so as to fit in the fireplace.
Do not burn wood or place coals on the bbq plates of your fireplace.
Due to problems with council and neighbours ABSOLUTLEY NO bush wood is to be collected from our grounds OR FROM ANYWHERE IN THE VALLEY. IF YOU HAVE NOT BROUGHT WOOD WITH YOU FROM HOME IT CAN BE PURCHASED FROM THE OFFICE or from the shop up the road. Any one found to have contravened this rule will be evicted immediately.
Don’t throw cans or bottles into fires and please do not leave fires unattended. All fires to be extinguished before departure.
Do not overload fireplaces and do not put ash on the ground. If your fireplace needs to be emptied please see management.
If you need to use coals outside the fire please use the concrete around the fireplace – not the ground or the bbq plate! The grass will burn and we would end up with no grass at all!
Do not burn the stumps around fireplaces.
Braziers and oz pigs may be used but only on the cement rings around fireplaces.


Children are to be under parental control at all times. Do not let children play in the eating area or on the stage. Please don’t leave children alone at fires. Because of an endangered species of frog we no longer allow yabby traps, however a bit of meat tied to string will occupy children for hours! Please do not throw foodstuffs into the creek as rotting food is not pleasant.


Most people come here to relax and enjoy the peaceful bush surrounds, let them do this by:
Considering other campers when playing music. Please keep music levels within your own campsite. (not everyone has the same taste).
Please turn music off at 10pm.
All forms of noise are to be kept to a reasonable level at all times, but to an absolute minimum after 10pm.
Offensive / foul language will not be tolerated at any time.


All water is drinkable unless otherwise stated. Bore water is steralised and the rain water is filtered. There are no water connections for vans but you may top up your tanks if needed. Showers are included in fees (no tokens or money needed) but please be aware of water restrictions and use water carefully and limit showers to one a day. Please note that because of certain chemicals we do not allow shower tents or portable toilets on your site. There are enough showers/toilets for everyone to use.


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 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/credit for early departure, 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.

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, Andy and Deb.