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Cania Gorge Tourist Retreat

7 Ratings



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7 Reviews

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Amanda G.
1 month ago

Crowded during school holidays. Amenities block needs a thorough, professional clean as there are cobwebs and dirty walls and floors. Non powered camping area is reasonably spacious. One visit was enough.

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Guest A.
1 year ago
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Callum C.
2 years ago

Amazing caves and lovely staff Make sure to go to the bird feeding at 4pm In particular, one bird is not shy and loves attention a cute red king parrot

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2 years ago

Lovely spot, camped for 2 nights unpowered site, nice grassy campsite. Clean amenities, very quiet, great bush walks. Will definitely visit again.


1253 Cania Rd,

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Caravan Park
Cabins Available
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BP Thangool

31.11 km

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