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Capricorn Caves Tourist Park

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Our Camp grounds are closed during the school term, and reopen during the school holidays. Our tours still run daily, bookings are required www.capricorncaves.com.au


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Jordan Wheeler, campsite manager, Aircamper since August 2020

This listing has been verified by the campsite manager and was last updated August 2021.


1 Review

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Rizwan n.
1 year ago

Nice calm little site. The showers/toilets are clean. Fire pits are available. The place was not busy.

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Jordan W.
Campsite Manager
9 months ago

Thank you Rizwan, it's great to hear you enjoyed your stay with us.



Location

30 Olsens Caves Rd,
The Caves,
4702,
Queensland

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Caravan Park
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Cabins Available
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11.53 km

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