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Muluerindie Warrabah National Park

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Getting there

From Uralla on the New England Highway: 

  • (0km) New England Highway, Uralla – turn west onto East St at the fuel roadhouse (Matilda) and Kingstown sign, towards Retreat Rd 
  • (19.1km) Head straight on Retreat Rd – do not take the right turn to Kingstown • (27.0km) End of bitumen road at Roumalla Creek, continue on gravel road 
  • (40.5km) Continue straight over the Retreat Bridge (Macdonald River) – do not take the right turn to Kingstown 
  • (41.2km) Turn right onto Pringle Rd (gravel) – also has Manilla and Glen Barra signs and rapids. 
  • (42.3km) Continue straight ahead – Do not take Comara Rd on right 
  • (46.3km) Turn right onto Stone Hut Rd – also has Orrabah and Athlone signs 
  • (47.5km) Arrive at Athlone gate – Please shut the gate 
  • (51.8km) Arrive at Boggaweela gate – Please shut the gate 
  • (54.0km) Arrive at locked Stone Hut gate – use your pin code to open the security box for the key to access the gate and property – Please shut the gate and re-lock 
  • 100m past Stone Hut gate turn right along farm track (sign-posted Muluerindie) 
  • (56.4km) Arrive at locked Muluerindie gate – Warrabah National Park – Please shut the gate and re-lock 
  • (58.3km) You have arrived at Muluerindie – Welcome

 

You can also approach from: 

  • Manilla (in the west) via the Halls Creek Rd then onto Stone Hut Rd 
  • Inverell (in the north) through Kingstown via the Kingstown Rd 
  • Bendemeer (in the south) via Retreat Rd

Facilities

The cabin is open plan with no interior walls, fully furnished and has a large timber deck with outdoor seating and gas barbecue overlooking the Namoi river. 

There is lounge seating, a dining table, breakfast bench and fully functional kitchen. 

An indoor slow combustion fireplace (firewood supplied) sits in the centre of the cabin. The kitchen is equipped with 

  • gas stove and oven
  •  ¾ size fridge
  • Kettle
  • all cooking utensils
  • Pots
  • Cutlery
  • glassware and crockery. 
  • The toilet (flush) and shower (hot) amenities are housed in separate structures adjacent to the cabin. 
  • There is no television, phone or stereo at the cabin. 
  • There is a clothesline. 
  • Mosquito coils and coil holders are also provided. 
  • Please ensure you use the holder as the coils can burn the timber deck and bench tops. 
  • This is a remote property, so please make sure you arrive well-prepared.

What to Bring?

  • No bed linen or bedding is provided. 
  • You’llneed to bring your own pillows, blankets, doonas, sheets, pillow cases, towels and tea towels.
  • PVC covered mattresses are provided. It is recommended guests bring a soft underlay if you do not like a firm mattress.
  • Some rainwater is available at the property but you’ll need to treat or boil it before drinking. 
  • The supply is limited, so please use it wisely. 
  • Shower, basin and toilet flush water is pumped from the river.
  • All Food will need to be brought in

Please Note

  • Number of guests the property must only be occupied by the number of customers and guests specified and paid for in the reservation confirmation.
  • Maximum number of guests: 6 guests
  • Bedding Configuration: The cabin is open plan, there are no separate bedrooms.
  • 2 x queen with 2 x single trundle beds,1 x sing
  • Mobile service: There is mobile phone service or telephone. Service can be gained at high points on Stone Hut Road to Muluerindie before the locked gates. It is recommended that you check service while driving to the cabin.
  • Fires:Fires are permitted in designated areas only.
  • Firewood: Some firewood is provided near where you park, as is a wood chopping block and axe to cut kindling
  • Pets: Pets and domestic animals (other than certified assistance animals) are not permitted.

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