COMPETITOR AREA

COMPETITOR CAMPING/PARKING

Competitor Camping & Parking is via George Street and is on the school grounds behind the Arena - so that animal movement is all in the one area and not accessible by the public.  This includes all Gooseneck, Horse float & Rodeo competitor vehicles.  You will need to be listed as a competitor to have your vehicle access this area.

  SPECTATOR PARKING 

MARY VALLEY STATE COLLEGE TOP OVAL - ACCESS VIA GEORGE STREET

Parking for all spectators is on the Mary Valley State College Top Oval.  Access is via George Street (turn left at the school - at the parking signs).  A gold coin donation for each car to the Imbil SES to assist with their fundraising.  500 + car parking capacity.  Marshalls will assist you in parking safely.  This is the closest parking to the event venue. $2 donation to the Mary Valley SES. There is no parking or camping available for the 30th April event on the Mary Valley Show Grounds.  Additionally there is limited on street parking in the surrounding streets & NO parking on the eastern side (house side) of George Street to ensure access into venue for all cars, goosenecks and trucks.

  SPECTATOR CAMPING 

IMBIL CAMPING RETREAT

This Campground is only 500m from the event site a short stroll away.  Situated on the beautiful Yabba Creek.  To book a camp site and find out more information check out their website - www.imbilcampingretreat.com.au

BORUMBA DEER PARK

A free shuttle bus will be running 15min past every hour from 2pm till Midnight.  To take spectators to and from venue.  
Camping, Cabins and Caravans.  Pet Friendly.  Situated on the beautiful Yabba Creek  15minutes from Imbil town centre.  To book and find out more information check out their website - www.borumbadeerpark.com or 07 5484 5196

LAKE BORUMBA CARAVAN & CAMPING GROUNDS

A free shuttle bus will be running on the hour every hour from 2pm till Midnight.  To take spectators to and from venue.  
Camping and Caravans.  No Pets.  Located on Yabba Creek and 800m from Borumba Dam.  20minutes from Imbil town centre.  To book and find out more information check out their website - www.campborumba.com.au or 07 5484 5196

EVENT CAMPING - Imbil Brooloo Road - turn down Diggins Road, past show grounds on the right - turn at the camping sign.

20 acres of spare land available for camping.  $20 / camp.  300m walk to the venue.  Toilet facilities provided only.  Only available for camping on event day.  No booking required.  Details recorded upon entry please bring correct cash as there is no eftpos facilities.

MARY VALLEY SHOW GROUNDS - No Camping Available

There is no camping available currently on the Mary Valley Show Grounds for the coming event on the 30th April 2022. 

 IMBIL 

IMBIL SERVICES

  • Imbil Medical Clinic - 07 5488 6868

  • Pharmacy - Open weekdays only

  • Fuel - Imbil Friendly Grocer & Imbil Mechanics

  • Groceries - Imbil Friendly Grocer

  • Hardware/Gas/Rural supplies - Mary Valley Traders 

  • Cafes / Food - Rattler Cafe, Yabba Creek Deli

  • Pub/ Meals / Drive thru Bottleshop - Railway Hotel

  • ATM Cash - Railway Hotel, Post Office, Venue ATMs

  • Bakery - Imbil Town & Country Bakery

  • Butcher - Imbil Colonial Butchery

  • Banking - Australia Post weekdays only

  • Laundromat - Open daily

  • Fishing / Outdoors - Borumba Fishing & Outdoors

  • Fresh local produce - Imbil Markets Sunday, Mary Valley Traders

  • Dump Point - Mary Valley Show Grounds just south of the toilet block

 MARY VALLEY COUNTRY

Mary Valley country is recognised as South East Qld's most untouched Natural Playground.  There is so much to explore and experience; National Parks & forests, creeks & the Mary River, The Mary Valley Rail Trail, Lake Borumba or the many little towns in the Mary Valley.  There is so much to do from camping to hiking, walking, 4WD'ing, water skiing, fishing, trail-bike riding, cycling, kayaking, horse riding and more.

MARY VALLEY COUNTRY PROVIDES THE PERFECT NATURAL PLAYGROUND... 

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TASTE

PLAY

TOP 10 ACTIVITIES

  1. Camp Under the Stars

  2. Fish Borumba Dam, Mary River or creeks

  3. Canoe or kayaking the waterways

  4. Horse ride in the forests

  5. Water ski on Borumba

  6. Festivals & Events

  7. Take a 4WD challenge

  8. Bush Walk

  9. Explore the Mary Valley

  10. Ride the Mary Valley Rattler Steam Train