Nindigully Pub - once a watering hole for shearer's and teamsters

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Comments (5)

acacia10 on February 22, 2009

I have just rung the pub,sounds like a great place for camping, any comments Ray

Ian Stehbens on February 22, 2009

I am sure you will enjoy the area. Hope you like fishing. Try the Weir River at your front door, or head into St George for some fishing in the Balonne. And if you are young and active there's ample opportunity to put power boat or canoe in the Balonne or quad biking on someone's cotton property. If you arrive via Hebel or leave by that route, enjoy nice food at the local restaurant opposite the Hebel Pub. Other wise take your camera, water colours or sketch book, or a library and a pillow. And enjoy a good yarn. And a run up to Surat will expose you to some history and culture!


Ian Stehbens on January 31, 2010

It is a bit late now, Ray, but the river in front of the pub is the Moonie River. Hope you enjoyed camping there.


Ian Stehbens on August 17, 2010

Great advice, balanced. I thought the recent super flood may have not only lifted the highway pavement but trucked in tonnes of debris that might keep a few campfires burning again??!!??

Hope you are all dried out a bit, now.


Ian Stehbens on August 18, 2010

Dear Balanced,

I trust a whole variety of people get to read your guide to the local area out there on the Balonne, Weir and Moonie. I have never camped here though I know the area well: there is a comfortable bed at my daughter's place in St George!!

I hope Ray (comment 1) gets to see your remarks. And I hope he enjoyed staying there.


Ian (currently in Tonga!)

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