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Gum Tree Lodge and Bush Camp

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Debbie Brown, campsite manager, Aircamper since April 2020

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


2 Reviews

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Elmarie Van Der Merwe
9 months ago

Beautiful, quiet setting. Lovely owner very accommodating.

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Sars
9 months ago

Top Questions

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Wendy C. 9 months ago
Question:

Why is it ‘ADULTS ONLY’ is a swingers or nudist camp type of place?

Answer:

We have changed the listing from Adults only to over 50's! We hope that clarifies things. by Debbie B.

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Location

159 Howard Heights Rd,
Howard,
Queensland

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Listing type
Campsite
No. of sites
40
Caravans
Yes
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Closest

Independent Torbanlea

3.97 km

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