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Big Crystal Creek Campground

5 Ratings

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5 Reviews

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Leanne Koopman Gray
1 year ago

Awesome bush campground. Close to swimming holes. Fires pits and toilets.

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Janay
1 year ago
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Robert B.
1 year ago

i enjoyed big crystal, swimming,walks along creek. relax chilling with family couple days. 👍😁

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nq adventure junkie
1 year ago

Nice quiet and relaxing, cold shower tho

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Emma R.
2 years ago

Absolutely loved our stay at Big Crystal Creek. Adjacent to Paradise Waterhole, a beautiful clear swimming area, BCC is a series of small sites in a secluded bush area. Showers and toilets available.... Read more


Top Questions

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Luisa 2 years ago
Question:

Do you have to pay ?

Answer:

Yes, via NSPR / Qld Parks. Reception is dicey there, so best to book ahead via their online portal. by Emma R.

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Location

Crystal Creek,
Paluma Range National Park,
Queensland

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Closest

BP Rollingstone

9.67 km

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