Cameron Corner

About Cameron Corner

Population: 2

Ever wanted to be in three states at once? Stand, sit, lay, sing, dance or play golf in the most south-wester corner of Queensland.

The original wooden boundary post was surveyed back in 1880 by John Cameron, the NSW Lands Department Surveyor and has been replaced with a commemorative post which marks all three states.

The Cameron Corner Store services travellers coming from the north, south, east and west through the famous Wild Dog Barrier Fence to enter into Queensland, New South Wales or South Australia. The store was built by late Sandy Nall, a weary Australian soldier and ex-Vietnam. As he camped out on the sand dune near the post for a few weeks, counting cars as they passed, he decided that he could start a business there, and he did.

Each year thousands pass through the iconic location and it is a favourite place to stop for travellers on their way to anywhere and everywhere.

The Cameron Corner Store is a popular and central meeting place to meet new friends or catch up with past travellers for a drink and a yarn. Here you will receive good old-fashioned hospitality, a cold drink, a hearty meal, a good laugh and a fix up for anything that is broken.