Blencoe Falls camping area

Camping fee No dogs/pets No rubbish disposal Ranger Toilets Vehicle-based camping Wood fireplace Crocodile warning Hiking trails No swimming Walking trails

This remote site for totally self-sufficient campers is set beside Blencoe Creek, 81 km west of Cardwell. 4WD is recommended, but stay on the marked tracks, as damaging vegetation can incur penalties. Bring drinking water and firewood. To get here, travel along Kirrama Range Rd, off Kennedy Creek Rd from the Bruce Hwy at Kennedy. Blencoe Falls is a designated campsite on the Wet Tropics Great Walk; it is 10.5 km from Blanket Creek camping area on the Juwun and Jambal walks.


How to book: NPRSR 13 7468 Permits: camping permit required

This campsite is located in Girringun National Park

Girringun National Park, part of the traditional lands of the Warrgamaygan people, comprises 4 sections: Wallaman Falls, Mt Fox, Blencoe Falls and Dalrymple Gap Walking Track. The Wallaman Falls section in the Herbert River Valley is the most accessible; Wallaman Falls plunges 300 m off the Seaview Range, making it the longest single-drop waterfall in Australia. The gorge here supports rainforest with palms, umbrella trees and figs, while around the rim grow casuarinas, eucalypts and grasstrees. Camping is not permitted along Dalrymple Gap Walking Track; the nearest campsite is Broadwater camping area in Abergowrie State Forest. The Wet Tropics Great Walk, a network of 5 connected walking tracks, winds through this park. Advance bookings are required for camping.

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