Wallam Creek, Bollon
If you are looking for a quiet, outback and comfortable free camping spot with amenities, then Bollon's Wallam Creek will tick all the boxes. The designated free caravan and camping area in Bollon is the perfect spot to rest up for a few days. From there, take a stroll into Bollon along the 1.2km creek-side footpath to the showers and amenities which are flanked by aboriginal dreamtime artwork and exercise equipment.
Nindigully Tourist and Visitor Area
Just 45km south-east of St George, "The Gully" as it's locally known, has a picturesque camping area perched between the Moonie River and the famous Nindigully Pub. Here you will have access to toilets, showers, the Nindigully Pub, tables and chairs, and the river walkway. Fill your day by taking a stroll along The Gully Walk - a purpose-built historical river walkway, perching upon the tables and chairs with a book, or heading up to the Nindigully Pub for happy hour.
Thallon Recreational Grounds
Next to the giant grain silos, there is a quiet free camping area located at the Thallon Recreational Grounds which includes toilets and showers. For those who are accustomed to great comforts, there is power available by contacting Thallon's Town Officer on 0427 259 095.
For the fully self-contained traveller, then Warroo Bridge is the ideal location for you. Only 50km north of St George on the way to Surat, you will see the 'Wanganui/Warroo Bridge' sign. Travel a further 9km along the sealed road until you reach Warroo Bridge where you'll uncover the perfect spot to set up camp, and relax with a spot of fishing. Please note there are no amenities available.