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Craigieburn Tourist Park, Glen Innes

Heritage listed Craigieburn Tourist Park provides travellers with a taste of rural serenity situated just 1.5km south of the Glen Innes Visitor Information Centre. Off highway location assures you will have a quiet, relaxing stay.

Cabins, Villas, powered sites and camp sites are set amongst award winning gardens. Enjoy stream walks amongst spectacular granite formations. See a miriad of native birds and wildlife, or feed the farm animals. Fully enclosed camp kitchen, gas & wood fired bar-b-q’s,central dump point.

Craigieburn is the longest established Tourist Park in New England and prides itself on over 50 years of dedicated sevice to the travelling public. Use Craigieburn as a base to visit 12 National Parks and Reserves. Have fun fossicking for sapphire, crystal, ruby, garnet and other precious gems in the surrounding district, or enjoy seeing living Australian History in our Heritage listed town buildings and Beardies Museum.

Accommodation Options

Park Cabin

Self contained cabin without private bathroom.

Lodge Cabin

Fully self contained. Purpose built free standing cedar cottages. Full insulation, heating,kitchen,bathroom,dining,TV, microwave,stove,all crockery,cutlery,appliances.


Freestanding,family size cottages. Fully self contained, some with Queen size beds.

Tent Site

Tent Site. Grassed,private and secluded sites inarea separate from caravans. Close to ammenities.Fireplaces, camp kitchen, bar-b-q’s.

Powered Site

Powered Site for caravans, motor homes or tents. All grassed. All drive through. Large vehicles catered for



  • Caravan and Camping

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  • Cycling
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