Nindigully Hotel Camping Area

Free Camping - Queensland


Please note, this site will be closed to the public on November 12 for an event. 

Nindigully Pub ‘The Gully’ is Queensland’s oldest hotel located in its original condition and position on the banks of the Moonie River. The Gully attracts thousands of locals and travellers every year for a cold beer and a chef fresh prepared meal – the kilogram T-bones are legendary. The Nindigully Pub license was issued in 1864 after operating as shearer’s accommodation for the Nindigully Station. From the late 1800s the Nindigilly Pub was a Cobb and Co coach change over station. Home of the famous big ‘Road Train’ burgers. Feeds minimum of four people and please book in advance.

Nindigully Pub is a great place to escape and experience the true Outback Australia, while spending a night or two in a comfy bed in one of the rooms in Queensland’s Oldest Pub.

Spotlessly clean with modern fittings and fixtures, modern bathroom amenities and quality furnishings, there are a range of rooms catering for singles, couples and families.

Bookings should be made in advance.

Caravans and campers are welcome to set up in front of the pub alongside the banks of the Moonie River and use the public showers and toilets for free. 

Rooms are available and popular in the 1864 end of the pub (no ensuite) and swags welcome on verandahs.

While it is free of charge, it is not free of responsibility, so please ensure you leave your camping area and Nindigully clean, for those who come afterwards.

This country pub is famous for its monster burgers and the atmosphere is not bad either. With a population of 9 this tiny town 44 klms from St George South East Queensland is most famous for its Pub and the quirky events that go along with the Pub. Located on the Moonie River (where is sometimes floods) where camping is free and the fishing is great.

Had a great night at Nindigully Pub, awesome place, gold coin donation goes to RFDS for hot showers, overnight is free, very large spacious grounds,

Had heard so much about this place, maybe we were expecting more. It had rained the night before and the site was a quagmire with mud everywhere. We didn’t stay but expect when it dried out it would be a dust bowl. The pub is an icon but doubt I would go out of my way to camp there.

Stopped here for a drink in December 2019. Previous reviews report bad bar staff attitudes. There must be new staff now as our experience was quite the opposite, we were greeted by a smiling face and pleasant serving staff. I have camped here several times in the past but never have I seen the Moonie River so low. Pub appears to have been cleaned up and The Gully river walk has been cleaned of dirt and debris since my last visit. Still a good place to camp.

A little disappointed with this one, but ok. Camp ground is good but only dirt and could be a little boggy in the rain. New toilets are well placed on the high ground near the pub. The pub has heaps of character but the staff really lets the show down.

This is a must see free camp there are showers toilets & rubbish bins. Caution if it wet make sure you camp on the high ground as it gets very slippery when wet. We will return to this location the pub serves meals & at times has live music.

Great food and hospitality plenty of room to park,big renovations happening still trading. Great stopover.

I got a nice spot by the river. Very quiet. Toilets were clean. Showers donation to RFDS. You're not obliged to eat at the pub. I would definitely camp there again.

Always a great place for a few days. The Hotel is the main attraction here where the "pub" food is always good. Famous for the Pig Races last weekend in November. A word of advice, try to arrive by lunch time as the free camping area gets crowded during busy times. We counted over 60 RVs each night.
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