Napranum

Population 830

Nearby national parks

Eco-friendly activities around town

Aurukun Wetland Charters 76 km

Explore one of Australia’s largest wetland areas, the 11 000-square-kilometre Aurukun Wetlands on the west coast of the Peninsula, with guides from the proud Wik and Wik Way people. In a three-night tour, you will... Find out more


Campsites around town

Weipa Camping Ground 7 km

A 5.5 ha beachfront camping ground on Kerr Point Rd, this site has a pool, general supplies kiosk and laundry facilities. If upgrading, an accommodation block on site has 12 air-conditioned units. Weipa is at the... Find out more


Stoneys Crossing camping area (bush camping) 34 km

This basic campground for self-sufficient campers is 30 km east of Mapoon Rd and 58 km north-east of Weipa. Camping and vehicle permits can be obtained from the Weipa Camping Ground. This campsite is closed during the... Find out more


Pennefather River camping area 50 km

This basic campground for self-sufficient campers is 71 km north of Weipa, signposted off Mapoon Rd. Camping and vehicle permits can be obtained from the Weipa Camping Ground. This campsite is closed during the wet... Find out more


False Pera Head camping area 54 km

This campground for self-sufficient campers is north of the Aurukun Community, reached from Aurukun Rd, off the Peninsula Developmental Rd. Camping and vehicle permits are required and you need to bring all... Find out more


Janie Creek camping area 71 km

This campground for self-sufficient campers is 21 km from Mapoon near Weipa, with access via Mapoon Rd and Cullent Point. Weipa is at the northern end of the unsealed (4WDR only) Peninsula Developmental Rd, about 200 km... Find out more


Cullen Point camping area 81 km

Self-sufficient campers can stay at Cullen Point, 10 km north of Mapoon and 95 km north of Weipa, with access via Mapoon Rd. Note: alcohol restrictions are enforced in Mapoon Shire and heavy penalties apply; check... Find out more


Moreton Telegraph Station 85 km

Moreton Telegraph Station is an ideal stopover if you’re travelling to the tip of Cape York. It is just under 300 km south of the tip, about 130 km from the nearest town of Weipa. The 6 ha grounds are spacious and... Find out more


Bramwell Junction camping area 98 km

Refuel with hamburgers and beverages at the roadhouse, then set up camp at this site at the junction of the Telegraph Track and Bypass Rd, about 40 km north of Cape York’s Old Moreton Telegraph Station. Fireplaces... Find out more


Telegraph Track camping areas – Bramwell Junction to Eliot Falls (bush camping) 99 km

These small clearings are along the Telegraph Track, leading in a northerly direction towards the Jardine River from Bramwell Junction. Narrow and winding, there are 14 river crossings to negotiate before reaching the... Find out more


Bramwell Station Tourist Park 100 km

The most northerly cattle station in Australia, Bramwell Station is east of Cape York’s Peninsula Developmental Rd, signposted 12 km south of Bramwell Junction. The campground is grassy and shady, with several... Find out more


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