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Belyando Crossing Service Station

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4 Reviews

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peter h.
10 months ago

Nice stay $25 unpowerd for a remote campsite is fine for me, coral Bay unpowerd $68 fuel was 20 cent more if that's a problem fuel up so you don't have to fuel up there only thing was no shade it was hot

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11 months ago
Photo of Murri1
1 year ago

Nice quiet spot in middle of nowhere & great for leg stretch. Half way (sort of) between Clermont & Charters Towers for fuel, refreshments etc. stop and buy something not just to use the loo. Without these remote services there would be nothing. Oh and don’t be negative about infrastructure its costs $$ to run this remote business.

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Wayne Q.
3 years ago

Best to fuel up here as next stop is a long way down the road. Usual items from a fuel stop, so a bit of food and a stretch to top up energy.

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Monique C. 1 year ago

Can you still camp here?


I’m pretty sure you can but check first 4835269 by Murri1



Gregory Developmental Rd,

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Caltex Glenden

81.45 km

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