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Post Info TOPIC: Tiaro Camp and Dickabram Bridge Miva


The Master

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Tiaro Camp and Dickabram Bridge Miva


Last night I stayed at the Tiaro camp. It is free again after an uproar from the shopkeepers. Very clean and well supported. The lady at Info Centre suggested I come back tonight if I gelt like it as it is not strictly monitored.

I ended up at Dickabram Bridge Miva which is now only a 20 hr stop over but that still equates to one overnight. There are a few here. Nice little spot, pity they cut it in half with the bollards. Daisy is loving the cows in the paddock next door.

Tomorrow night Munna? Hall on the Bauple - Woolooga Rd then back into Tiaro Wednesday Payday.



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The Master

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Found another good camp in between these to. Called Munna Hall. Huge grounds. Must be self contained as no amenities but oh so peaceful. Its up on the hill beside Blowers Road.
I'm not putting up a new thread as nobody has bothered to comment on this one, so don't see the point in wasting more space.

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Happywanderer wrote:

Found another good camp in between these to. Called Munna Hall. Huge grounds. Must be self contained as no amenities but oh so peaceful. Its up on the hill beside Blowers Road.
I'm not putting up a new thread as nobody has bothered to comment on this one, so don't see the point in wasting more space.


 Hi Happywanderer, 

Yes I read your post and filed it to be used in the near future. Thank you

Had a morning tea break at Munna Creek Hall about 2 years back, I thought at the time it would be handy for a overnighter.

We also visited a weir on Tinana Creek with a camp in the forest which looked interesting not that far from Bauple.



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