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Foxbar Falls Campground

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by Meg Forbes (subscribe)
Meg Forbes is a mum, freelance writer, and photographer living in the Redlands, South of Brisbane. https://www.instagram.com/megforbesphotography/
Published March 1st 2020
The drought has broken - come and stay at Foxbar Falls
Foxbar Falls is a new campground in Queensland's Granite Belt near Stanthorpe, less than a three hour drive from Brisbane.

Foxbar Falls at sunset
Foxbar Falls at sunset


Foxbar Falls offers a number of camping options including lakeside, bushland, powered and unpowered campsites, campsites that allow dogs, and campsites with no dogs allowed.

Dog camping at foxbar falls
Dogs are welcome family members at Foxbar Falls


Foxbar Falls also offers single travellers a discount of $8 per night. Although Foxbar Falls is fairly remote, roads to the property are sealed and the unsealed roads on the property are well maintained.

Foxbar Falls secluded bush campsite
Secluded bush campsites at Foxbar Falls


Until recently, the Granite Belt was suffering from a significant drought. Even in these conditions, the campsites were stunning with an abundance of birds and wildlife.

Foxbar Falls at sunset
Foxbar Falls before the drought broke


More recently, however, the drought has broken filling each of the dams on the property.

Foxbar falls after the rain
Foxbar Falls dams are full after recent rain (image courtesy of Foxbar Falls)


Activities at Foxbar Falls include swimming in the dams, kayaking or canoeing with your own watercraft, fishing, bushwalking, and bird and wildlife spotting and photography. The campground's hot showers provide the perfect end to days full of outdoor activities.

Foxbar Falls bushwalking
Bushwalking on Mt Ferguson at Foxbar Falls


Fire pits are provided at each campsite, and firewood is sold for $8 per 20Kg bag, $20 for 3 20kg bags or BYO is welcome.

foxbar falls campfire
Enjoying the campfire at Foxbar Falls


Whether you are seeking a relaxing weekend in nature, or a series of mini-adventures, Foxbar Falls offers an excellent, friendly, and well thought out camping experience for the whole family.

Foxbar Falls
Natural beauty at Foxbar Falls


Regular updates on campsite conditions and weather are posted on their Facebook page here.

Foxbar Falls dam full
Stunning dams to explore at Foxbar Falls (image courtesy of Foxbar Falls)
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Why? Stunning new campground in Queensland's Granite Belt
When: Always
Phone: 0477369227
Where: 375 Goldfields Rd Amiens, QLD, 4380
Cost: From $25 standard unpowered - $33 per night for premium sites with power and water
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