Bush camping areas (walk-in camping)

Camping fee Fire prohibited No dogs/pets No rubbish disposal Non-vehicle camping Hiking trails Lookout Walking trails

For experienced, self-sufficient campers with good navigational skills, there are 10 remote camping sites (Bithongabel, Darlington, Echo Point, Illinbah, Lost World Creek, Lost World Saddle, Point Lookout, Rat-a-tat, Running Creek and Stinson) in the bush along the walking trails in the national park. These are walk-in only, limited to around 6 people per site and for a single-night stay. Allow 10 business days for processing bookings. Note: these bush-camping sites are closed every year Dec–Jan. For access instructions and locations, contact QPWS Lamington.

Information

Who to contact: QPWS Lamington National Park Green Mountains (07) 5544 0634 for access information about bush camping areas How to book: Binna Burra Mountain Lodge (07) 5533 3622, 1300 246 622 for campsite no. 21; or NPRSR 13 7468 www.nprsr.qld.gov.au for all other campsites Permits: camping permit required for all camping areas except campsite no. 21


This campsite is located in Lamington National Park

The World Heritage–listed Lamington National Park, cresting the McPherson Range, is renowned for its natural beauty, panoramic views, lush rainforests, ancient trees, picturesque waterfalls, prolific birdlife and over 150 km of well-maintained walking trails. It is also famous for 2 exceptional guesthouses (Binna Burra and O’Reillys), where hospitality is combined with informative activities aimed to give all who stay there an appreciation of the precious environment. Bookings are required for all camping in the park.


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