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Gootchie Creek

Escape

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WELCOME TO GOOTCHIE CREEK ESCAPE

If you are travelling or just wanting a weekend away with family and friends,  enter Gootchie Creek Escape where serenity, nature and complete relaxation meet you on arrival.

Our commitment to service is incomparable and we want to share this beautiful 600 acre working cattle property with you.

Take a look at our site to find out more about our campsites, and special events, or check out the services that we offer. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Give us a call!

 

When driving to Gootchie Creek Escape - we require all Campers to enter and exit via the Gootchie Road and Bruce Hwy intersection end of Gootchie Road. To get to Gootchie Creek Escape you will need to travel on approx 1km of dirt road.

We request ALL campers to please respect the surrounding neighbours by driving under 50kms per hour to reduce the dust and to protect any wildlife that may be on the road. 

Thanking you all very much 

GOOTCHIE CREEK CAMPING
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 Come and enjoy the peace and quiet of the bush while sitting beside the large spring fed Billabongs and along the Gootchie creek. Plenty of bird life to watch too! 

EXPLORE THE AREA
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Dickabram Bridge is a heritage-listed road-and-rail bridge over the Mary River between Miva and Theebine, both in the Gympie RegionQueensland, Australia. It was the major bridge on the Kingaroy railway line. It was designed by Henry Charles Stanley and built from 1885 to 1886 by Owen McDermott & Co. It is also known as Mary River Bridge (Miva). The bridge was registered on the former Register of the National Estate in 1988. It was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 21 October 1992.[1]

The bridge is one of only two remaining road-and-rail bridges in Australia[2] and the only one in Queensland. It is the oldest remaining large steel truss bridge constructed in Queensland