Buley Rockholes

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4.8 from 60 users


Enjoy a refreshing swim in the cascading pools of Buley Rockhole. This popular swimming spot, in the magnificent Litchfield National Park, is a great place to wind down after exploring the park. Wade through the pools, absorb the scenic bush surrounds or sit and relax, as the cool water rolls over your shoulders. Open for most of the year. Dogs are not permitted. No camping or overnight parking allowed.

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Lat: -13.113099 Lng: 130.785592

User Reviews



Stopped in for a dip today, a must do. Loved it .



We visited today between 11am and 1pm. Was amazing. Kids (10 &12) loved it...jumping off rocks into deep pools, swimming, snorkelling for fish. Yes there are quite a lot of people but heaps of space and lots of different pools and people coming and going..we did not feel crowded. Could have stayed for a lot longer. Make this your main stop for the day. Shade around. Quick walk back to car for supplies or go to the picnic area for lunch. Yes rocks and hard to walk on and in the water they can be quite slippery. Water shoes or sandals would be best otherwise shimmy around on your butt! Loved it



Stopped in here today about 3:30. Very busy, it got quiet around 4:45. The sun was still up and shining over the water it was so beautiful! Recommend wearing rock/aqua shoes if you have them. Rocks are sharp and slippery in parts. 500m round trip walk into the pools. Easy access for those who can't walk far.


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