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Cameron Corner

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4 Reviews

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Richard H.
1 month ago

My stay wasn’t as pleasant As others at Cameron corner good place to look at but keep driving

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Trisha M.
2 years ago

Where the three states meet. Cameron Corner can only be described as an iconic must see location in the Australian outback. Everything you need is here. Motel accomodation, powered sites or bush camping. Showers, toilets, yummy food, cold beer, souvenirs, fuel (diesel, unleaded) and of course a happy face and the odd comedy act from the publicans! Make sure you check out the pub but don’t forget the corner post (Qld/NSW/SA) and the dingo fence. Popular times are between Easter and October however they are open everyday of the year. New Years is a popular outing and is celebrated 3 times in the 3 different time zones. Sandy and corrugated roads to enter Cameron corner from any state. Beware a few caravans have come unstuck! Drive safe 😁

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Matt w.
2 years ago

Great place to visit a nice pub with friendly hosts,great remote camping over the dunes and the borders of 3 states

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Louise B.
2 years ago

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Alicia D. 1 year ago

How much per night?


About $10 per night by Julian E.



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Caravan Park
Cabins Available


Independent Tibooburra

68.18 km

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