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Nindigully Pub Campsite, Nindigully
1km S of the junction of the Barwon and Carnarvon Hwys, approx halfway between St George and Thallon. Ph: 07 4625 9637. Pets allowed. Pets need to be leashed when near pub as the manager has native pets.

Report By: Glenn & Jenny(221)
Date of Stay: July 2023 Rating: 3
Basic camping facilities with flushing toilets and gold coin donation for hot showers at the pub.No charge to stay but most campers have a drink or meal. Meals very good plenty of room but get in early as no bookings.

Report By: Greg & Sue(120)
Date of Stay: May 2023 Rating: 3
No charge for camping/overnight vans. No powered sites. Showers available at pub No water to any sites
Average staff friendliness, no complaints. Unpowered. Amenities are close to only some sites, cleanliness was average, condition is good. Sites will accommodate large motorhomes and 5th wheelers, no sites with annex slabs, shade to some sites, drive-through sites, adequate sullage close by. No camp kitchen, no wireless internet available.. Quiet, adequate shade, no permanent/annual vans. No BBQs. No playground. No pool. Suitable for few days.
Liked:- History of the area is displayed on pub walls. Collection of old and well worn hats displayed on walls of the pub bar. Outside beer garden seems very popular
Disliked:- Cost of a meal at the pub is a bit expensive for what you get. The famous hog burger, and other large (massive) burger etc are no longer offered.
Parking:- Drive in and find a site no water or power to sites
Added Touches:- Some sites used fires for cooking. BYO wood Use of fires depends on any fire bans etc. Fishing available in the river depending on river height
Road Conditions:- Good roads to hotel property but once on hotel grounds area turns very muddy/boggy if rain has fallen.

Report By: Badger(255)
Date of Stay: December 2020 Rating: 3.5
Various free campsites along the river just past the pub, or in the parking area near to the camping area toilet block closer to the pub. Besides the toilet block and the pub and its facilities, no water or power, although you can shower at the pub's facilities. Beware if it might rain as we were warned by travellers before arriving and by the barmaid that vans etc can get bogged in the lower campsites when it rains as the clay turns to glue. Evidently, good meals at the pub, and I can vouch that the beer is cold! We found the information boards along the riverside walk informative.