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Attractions Near Cullendore High Country

Just over the hill!

Cullendore High Country is located only 25 minutes south of Warwick at 248 Cullendore Creek Road. We are in the heart of the Cullendore district at the gateway to the New England, just over 2 hours drive from Brisbane. This puts us within easy reach of the high country national parks including Boonoo Boonoo NP, Basket Swamp NP, Bald Rock NP, Tooloom NP and Girraween NP. There are a number of waterfalls within an easy drive from the campground including Queen Mary Falls, Brown’s Falls, Dagg’s Falls, Tooloom Falls and Undercliffe Falls.


Queen Mary Falls, located 10km from Killarney, is part of Main Range National Park.

A kiosk is located on site and walking trails take you to the falls which spill over the basalt cliff and plummet 40m.

Undercliffe Falls is located 39km from us and descends 150m over a 30m wide rock face.


We are only a short drive from Stanthorpe with its various wineries, restaurants and coffee shops, gourmet food producers and interesting tourist attractions. If you are feeling adventurous you may like to drive to Stanthorpe via the Qld/NSW border through Maryland National Park (this is a 4x4 track).


You may also like to visit Killarney, a small country town half an hour’s drive east of our campground. You can enjoy the drive from Killarney into the Cambanoora Gorge, along the 14 river crossing track, past beautiful Carr’s Lookout. The return journey to Killarney takes you past Spring Creek Café and Queen Mary Falls.


Warwick is the major shopping centre servicing our area and is a 25 minute drive from our campground.

Tenterfield, a small New England country town is an hour’s drive south of us (bitumen all the way). On the road to Tenterfield you will pass Thunderbolt’s Hideout. Tenterfield is a lovely New England town with all the charm and history you would expect. It is known as the ‘Birthplace of our Nation’ due to the fact that Sir Henry Parkes delivered his famous Federation speech in the Tenterfield School of Arts on 24th October 1889. The Tenterfield Heritage Trail visits significant historical landmarks in the town.

Our district has many 4WD tracks that cater for all levels of enthusiasts.
Trails take visitors through creeks, gorges and valleys, past rivers and rocky outcrops, and over mountains.

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