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Mt Nimmel Lodge Campground

16 Ratings

Hope all past and future Campers have a Happy and Safe New Year, hope 2021 for you has many holidays for you. Regards Mt Nimmel Lodge Campgrounds.


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Milton & Levella Watkins, campsite manager, Aircamper since September 2018

This listing has been verified by the campsite manager and was last updated April 2022.


16 Reviews

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Elouise T.
1 month ago

Amazing campsite, my mum was over from England and absolutely loved this place. The people where so kind and welcoming and the space was idyllic. In the trees waking up to the noises of beautiful birds. Extremely well priced for location in comparison to competitors at beaches nearby etc. has all the facilities you need. Camp kitchen inside with an oven etc, lots of dining tables outside. Clean good showers and toilets. Not overcrowded or commercialised. So you have space from other campers. Lovely little green spots to walk around in at the camp and a beautiful waterhole nearby. Just beautiful.

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S&RGiles
11 months ago

Great quite spot, hosts were awesome. Beautiful area to explore.

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Nike S.
1 year ago

Helpful hosts. Lovely site with beautiful bush surrounds.

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Roby B.
1 year ago

We stayed for 2 fortnight stints between end of March and beginning of May. Great spot, good amenities, well equipped camp kitchen , free use of washing machine. Owner and managers are great to deal w... Read more

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Brenton G.
2 years ago

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Tom B. 1 year ago
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Is there any swimming ?

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Anne M. 1 year ago
Question:

Hi Milton, am I best to ask about availablility on here ?

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Best calling them, cash only no eftpos by Roby B.

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Or email [email protected] by Virginia M.

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Great, thank you 😊 👍 by Anne M.

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Simply hit the blue button at the bottom. That will go to them. by Mike W.

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Katrina W. 3 years ago
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Does anyone know how much it costs for one night in a camper van?

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Your best bet is to use the blue button at the bottom. by Mike W.

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Yeah I’ve done that but they don’t respond quickly so I was seeing if anyone else did by Katrina W.

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$25 for unpowered by Jalen A.

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Sorry for the delay in getting questions answered on the 1st of July a new owner took over, my name is Milton and I help the owner manage Mt Nimmel Lodge Campground, we only just recently came across this app by the previous owners, so yesterday I started to make changes and new pics and recent info, today I also downloaded the App so I can answer questions by Milton W.

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$15 per person per night for general unpowered camping $20 for Peak Season by Milton W.

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Location

271 Austinville Rd,
Austinville,
Queensland

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Listing type
Campsite
No. of sites
23
Next to car
Yes
Caravans
Yes
Cabins Available
Yes
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Closest

BP Mudgeeraba

4.91 km

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