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Paradise Dam Recreational Park

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1 Review

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Michael D.
3 months ago

Nice clean and tidy place,bring own firewood,lots of room upper and lower.


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Matt D. 2 years ago
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Are dogs allowed in dam?

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Audrey B. 2 years ago
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Is it free?

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Location

353 Campbells Rd,
Coringa,
Queensland

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Biggenden Food & Fuel

13.43 km

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