Crows Nest camping area
The eucalypt forests of Crows Nest provide a beautiful setting for wildlife-watching, hiking and bush camping. You can look for platypus in the creek, spot brush-tailed rock wallabies, or take a walk across the gorge to Crows Nest Falls. Other wildlife in the region include rosellas, sugar gliders and ringtail possums. The campground has showers operating on a self-serve donkey boiler system, and you should treat or boil the water before drinking. Follow the signs on Three Mile Rd, 6 km from Crows Nest.
How to book: NPRSR 13 7468 www.nprsr.qld.gov.au Permits: camping permit required
This campsite is located in Crows Nest National Park
Crows Nest National Park, on the edge of the Great Dividing Range west of Brisbane, features the picturesque Crows Nest Falls with its 20 m drop into a granite rockpool. Downstream is the Valley of Diamonds, a deep gorge surrounded by cliffs up to 120 m high through which Crows Nest Creek flows. These natural attractions are set in a landscape of dry eucalypt forest, in which stringybarks, bloodwoods and ironbarks flourish. Advance bookings are required for camping.
Want to see your campsite photos featured here? Send us your photos.
- Emu Creek camping area
- Somerset Park camping area
- Atkinson Dam Holiday Park
- Clancys camping area
- Atkinson Dam Waterfront Caravan Park
- Captain Logan Camp
- Swinging Bridge Park camping area
- Lake Cressbrook camping area
- First Settlers Park camping area
comments powered by Disqus