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Six Mile Creek Rest Area

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Six Mile Creek Rest Area
Sat Nav Coordinate: S26.232117 E152.696913
Address: Bruce Hwy
Town: Glanmire
State or Territory: Queensland
Road Access: Asphalt
Drive through site: Yes
Big Rigs: Yes
Power Available: No
Toilets: Yes
Dump Point: Yes
Drinking Water: No
Showers: No
Shade: Yes
Picnic tables: A few scattered here and there
Fixed BBQ's: Coin Operated Electric
Pet Friendly: Unknown
Childrens Playground: No
Fishing: No
TV Reception: Yes
Mobile Phone Reception: Yes
Internet Access: Mobile
Handy Information: This has a Maximum stay of 20 hours, fines apply if you exceed it.
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Entrance to the Six Mile Creek Rest Area

Six Mile Creek Rest Area location map


Glanmire is a mostly industrial suburb of Gympie, Queensland, Australia 6 kilometres (4 mi) south-east of Gympie's central business district via Bruce Highway. It is bounded by the North Coast railway line to the northeast, Six Mile Creek to the east and southeast, Mary River to the south-west and Hall Road to the north-west. It was named after the town of Glanmire in Ireland.

It contains Gympie Industrial Estate, as well as the Six Mile Creek Rest Area, a grassed riverside reserve which contains barbecues and toilets allowing trucks to stop overnight, and Six Mile Oval which is host to the Gympie Cats, who play in the AFL Bundaberg-Wide Bay league.


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