The Camp Kitchen is the hub of activity for many guests. It is primarily used by people staying in the bunkrooms which do not have their own kitchen facilities.
It is a delightful spot to sit and enjoy the sounds of dusk or dawn, filtering through from the Mogo State Forest or simply relax with a cup of coffee, a good book or the daily paper available in Mogo village just a short 200m stroll away. It is also a good vantage point at dawn and dusk for doing a spot of lazy birdwatching as the native birds leave or deah for their roosts in the surrounding Mogo State Forest.
The camp kitchen is fully functional with 2 large free of charge BBQs, fridges, jugs, toasters, cutlery and crockery. It is decorated with Aboriginal art by Rod Slockee, created during his dot painting lessons.
We do ask that guests who use the communal camp kitchen leave the area as they would like to find it.
We have a policy of no noise after 10pm in consideration of all visitors staying on the property.
Children must be under adult supervision at all time, the Gold Rush Colony has 3 large unfenced dams below the camp kitchen area.