How to get to Peace Valley and Bindarrabi
Please always let us know in advance that you are visiting to avoid disappointment should we be out when you arrive!
As there is no public transport to Peace Valley we offer the service of collecting you from Warwick, Ipswich, Kyogle or Lismore. Also one of the Bindarrabi Community members commutes into Brisbane on a weekly basis so can collect visitors from Brisbane generally on Thursdays and return them on Sundays. Otherwise if you have your own transport please feel free to follow the instructions below. The road is accessible to normal cars, although it is gravel in part it doesn't require 4x4 function. If you are still unsure or have questions please just email firstname.lastname@example.org or send in a contact form.
Here’s the internet link to the Bindarrabi Website with instructions on how to get here:
..and two Google Maps links for Trough Creek Road, which is the name of the road you turn into at the National Park camping area:
Coming from Brisbane
Coming from Byron
Go through two gates. The first one is a heavy metal gate at the back of the Nat. Park camping area. The next is the entry to Bindarrabi. Once inside after the second gate you just drive straight ahead (about 800 meters or so in total) over a little wooden bridge, past a few white painted stones on the left of the road then keep a lookout for a white tarp set back behind some trees on the left. The turn in is the next on the left and then you’ll see the entry to Peace Valley.