Casuarina Camp Ground, Glen Rock State Forest


4.2 from 8 users


East Haldon Rd, East Haldon, Queensland

13 74 68


Casuarina camping area is at the southern end of East Haldon Road in Glen Rock State Forest. It features a flat, open grassy area, close to the Blackfellow Creek dominated by the dramatic ridgelines of the surrounding valley. Bottlebrush trees and lomandras grow throughout the camping area providing shade and seclusion for campers. The group camping area is a large, grassy area in an open forest setting. The campground can be reached by conventional vehicle. Sites are unmarked and unpowered. Camp sites are suitable for tent camping beside your car, trailers, caravans or camper vans. Facilities include showers (cold water only), toilets and fireplaces. A horse yard is provided at the eastern end of the group camping area. Open fires are permitted in the fireplaces provided, except when fire bans or prohibitions apply. Bring your own firewood-untreated, milled timber off-cuts are recommended. Do not collect wood from the park. Fuel stoves are recommended. Generator use is prohibited. Domestic animals, except horses, are not permitted in Glen Rock State Forest.

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Lat: -27.888181 Lng: 152.248382

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User 1663273

Qld NPWS web site is now showing this park is OPEN and available for bookings with 50 various sites listed.


Stebbos Safaris

CAMPGROUND CURRENTLY CLOSED. Just looked at QLD National Parks website & this forest & campground is closed at least until 30th May 2022 due to wet weather & flooding.



One of the most peaceful places we've ever been too. The grounds are immaculate the facilities are more than adequate.( Cold showers only) Serenity in a beautiful setting. We carry our own shower tent so the cold showers didn't affect us. A beautiful Goanna roams the grounds looking for tit bits,abundant bird life that will happily sit on your table if your not looking. The Blackfellow creek is pristine. The gravel road in for the last few ks should be taken cautiously. There are a number of good sized potholes due to the past floods, but it all makes for an interesting journey. We live less than an hour away so this will become an often visited destination. Congratulations to the staff who maintain this magnificent little gem. It is a credit to you.


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