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(@jason)
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Hi Guys
Bec and I did a Camp weekend at Sandy Creek up near Kilcoy.

Website: http://www.sandycreekcampin.com.au/sandy-creek-camping.php

Costs: $65.00 for the weekend, arrived 7.30pm Friday night.

Facilities: Easy 2 Wheel drive access to the campgrounds, Pets welcome but must be leashed at all times, Campfires permitted, Numerous walking tracks available to enjoy the local wildlife, Campers can also take advantage of the 4 wheel driving tracks, flushing toilets as well as hot and cold showers.

Where: Head towards Kilcoy and take the Mary Smokes Creek Road, and follow this road for around 16Km's, you will go over road, dirt, road and a bit more dirt before hitting the turn off for sandy creek.

About: Sandy Creek is a relaxing weekend, booking are essential, camp fires allowed no chopping of trees, I'm not sure about taking wood in with you, but he has 2 options, option A $35 for half a trailer load, Option B $10 for plastic bags, was good to just get away listen to the creek flow over the rocks,

Any 4wding? Yes, but closed at the present due to floods, i spoke to him about this and he informed me he has landslides and 10Feet Washouts  :shocked:.

Fires allowed? Yes fire pits Provided, 1/4 cut down 44 Gallon Drum, but as stated above no cutting of trees.

Pets allowed? Yes But have to be on leads.

 
Posted : 22/08/2011 7:35 pm
(@zookdevil)
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Oooooh - like the look of this place.  Thanks for review - I'm always on the look out for dog friendly getaways.

(): )

 
Posted : 23/08/2011 4:30 am
(@bruce)
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Yep I think our family might go there sooner rather than later. Does not matter about 4x4ing really. Just a relaxing weekend away is needed away from forums.  :peaceout:

 
Posted : 23/08/2011 4:36 am
 RobM
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Went to check this place yesterday for a possible place to take the family. Mainly wanted to know if I can get the van in there.... Figtree campsite would be easy for the van, but the other one would be interesting, especially if someone was coming down the other way....
The place wasn't too crowded which was good. You would be in trouble if u got caught there in a heavy down pour but I reckon the flood waters would drop fairly quickly though.....
Good time to go as theres at least a good bit of water in the creek too for the kids to play in.....

 
Posted : 17/02/2013 7:37 pm
(@scrawnc)
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Just got back from Sandy Creek. Campsite was nice and 4wd tracks were a bit of fun but the attitude of the hosts have completely turned me off from ever returning, unfortunate but that's life.

 
Posted : 30/09/2013 1:42 am
 RobM
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Just got back from Sandy Creek. Campsite was nice and 4wd tracks were a bit of fun but the attitude of the hosts have completely turned me off from ever returning, unfortunate but that's life.

I'm not surprised by that.... they didn't give us a warm welcome when we wanted to have a little bit of a look around....

 
Posted : 30/09/2013 2:52 am
(@varinsaz)
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The above statement, this is a great value for me and many people here.

 
Posted : 27/06/2014 6:10 am
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