Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) NP


4.6 from 68 users


Wills Road, Boodjamulla, Queensland



There is one camping area in Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park in Lawn Hill Gorge. Camping permits are required and fees apply. A camping tag with your booking number must be displayed at your camp site.Book online in advance. The camping area can be reached by conventional vehicle during May to October although four-wheel-drive vehicle is recommended. Camp on the banks of Lawn Hill Creek, nestled in a lush gorge carved into the surrounding dry savannah landscape. There are 14 caravan/camper trailer sites and six tent only sites (all sites are first in, best placed). All sites are unpowered. Some tent sites and all camper trailer/caravan sites are wheelchair accessible. Facilities include water, flushing toilets and cold showers. Rubbish facilities are not provided in the park. Please take your rubbish with you when you leave. Open fires are not permittedfuel or gas stoves only. Generators and pets are not permitted. Telstra Next G coverage is available intermittently along the Gregory Road (beginning 10km past the mine turn all the way to the national park) and for about 10km south along the Riversleigh Road. Once inside the park, you can get a reliable signal at the national park office, camping area, Duwadarri Lookout and on top of the Constance Range. The nearest public telephone is at Adels Grove, 10km from the park.

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Lat: -18.701211 Lng: 138.487789

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Absolutely loved it here. Plenty of space, taps available, clean toilets always stocked with paper. Recommend booking at least a week ahead with a minimum of 3 nights so that you can really make the most of all there is to see and do. We booked two nights and wanted to stay a third but it was booked out unfortunately. We did manage to complete all the tracks however + two hour canoe on the river - another must-do! Make sure to stop at Adels Grove on the way in to book your canoe or you will have to make a trip back. Some people we spoke to had to go back and forth as they do not take phone bookings or payment at Boodjamulla. Enjoy! Thank you to the Waanyi people



Drive from Gregory with an Xtrail all easily doable. About 5-6 different types of road terrain at July 22. Good bitumen, bad bitumen BIG pot holes, good gravel, corrugated gravel, some recent muddy areas. But was an easy drive in. No water at creek crossings. Watch out for red witches hats to indicate a dip. NP is awesome. Walks worth the view. Facilities great. Lots of birds. Saw a croc with a turtle sitting on its head.


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