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The Billabong Kuranda

3 Ratings



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3 Reviews

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Nicole F.
6 months ago

Love this place and definitely will be booking RV sight here weekly when working up this way :) amazing staff amazing amenities and camp grounds.

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Jen M.
1 year ago
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Corporate to Caravan
1 year ago

Piece of paradise! Set on 160 acres of rainforest. So much space. Kids didn't want to leave. Dirt roads for BMX / Mountain Bikes, turtles to feed in the Billabong, camps fires allowed, pet friendly with stacks of walks to do. Resident Helmeted Guinea Fowl flock. Night Army truck drive through the rainforest (runs on property) half price if you're camping. Close to Kuranda Village, 5 mins drive. Facilities are rustic but clean.


186 Mount Haren Rd,

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BP Kuranda

2.22 km

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