Bells N Whistles Accommodation Park - Bell QLD
The Bells N Whistles Accommodation Park is located at 40 Cedarvale Road, Bell. Bell is a delightful country village nestled in the foothills of the Bunya Mountains in Southeast Queenland. The town is between Kingaroy and Dalby. The pictures of the caravan park were kindly provided to me by Peter & Helen Lambley who own and manage the park. Bell is a wonderful place to visit if you want to experience the history and beauty of a quaint, quiet, clean Caravan Park set in beautiful rural surrounds that promise great sunsets. I'll certainly be adding this one to my list.
Bell is the Gateway to the Bunya Mountains National Park. Local tourist attractions include Jimbour House Historic Homestead, Wineries and Bird Trails. The town has a Tourist Informaton Centre, Post Office/Shop, Cowbells Coffee Shop/Patchwork, Hotel and Clubs. Supervised pets are welcome in the park. Bookings can be made by telephoning the park
and please tell the park that you have seen their photos on Caravan Park Photos.
Photos on this page were supplied by the Caravan Park in August 2008.
REGION: > QLD > Western > South Western > Bell
We have just spent the night at this park and were very happy. It was clean and tidy and although the area is very short of water the grass was nice and green. The showers were hot and clean. It was very peaceful and an ideal stopover. A recent article in the Courier Mail suggesting the water was unusable was obviously wrong and should be ignored. The management was very friendly and partial to a chat! Recommended.
Had a very bad experience with this park. Booked a cabin nearly 2 months prior to our arrival date. It was for 3 adults and 2 dogs. All good
We were moving from Adelaide SA to Cairns QLD. At 3:30 the day before we were due to arrive a lady from the park rang to inform us that they could not honour our booking because some miners had decided to stay an extra day. I explained that we were moving from SA to QLD and we needed to stay there and she said that there was nothing she could do. She couldn't even help out with somewhere else to stay.
We were staying in Dubbo that night and with no internet and only an hour before everything closed up we failed to find any other acommodation available and were forced to do a 1225km drive the next day. Very dangerous and in terrible weather conditions.
I recommend that people choose to stay elsewhere and by-pass Bell as even if you have a booking you will not know whether they will cancel on you and it is very hard to find acommodation last minute because of all the minning in the area.