Carnarvon Gorge camping area

Camper trailer Camping fee Disabled Drinking water Fire prohibited Gas/electric barbecue Hot showers Information No dogs/pets No rubbish disposal Picnic area Public phone Ranger Toilets Vehicle-based camping Hiking trails Walking trails

Camping is permitted here only during certain Qld school holidays: Easter, winter and spring. There are 35 numbered campsites, plenty of room for large groups, and good shade under gum trees and cabbage palms. Visitors should note that the site can be reached by conventional vehicle, but the last 20 km of the access road are unsealed and could be impassable in wet weather. The site is 45 km west of the Carnarvon Developmental Rd.


How to book: NPRSR 13 7468 Permits: camping permit required Camping fees: fees can be paid and permits acquired for Bunbuncundoo Springs and Nogoa River at the self-registration stations

This campsite is located in Carnarvon National Park

Tucked away in this vast, rambling park in Qld’s Central Highlands is the magnificent Carnarvon Gorge. Boasting towering white sandstone cliffs, breathtaking side gorges and some of the finest Aboriginal rock art in Australia, this 160-million-year-old natural wonder is the region’s most popular tourist attraction. The Mt Moffat section of the park features grassy woodlands and magnificent sandstone outcrops. Further west, the isolated and unspoiled Ka Ka Mundi and Salvator Rosa sections of the park offer wildlife-watching and bush camping areas. Bookings are required in advance for all sites except Bunbuncundoo Springs and Nogoa River.

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