Dalrymple National Park


4.3 from 3 users


Vehicle-based bush camping is permitted on the south-western bank of the Burdekin River at four cleared camp sites under the gum trees. No facilities are provided. Camping permits are required and fees apply. A tag with your booking number must be displayed at your camp site. Book online prior to your arrival. 4wd is required to access this campground. There are 4 unpowered sites suitable for tents, camper trailers, campervans, caravans and camping beside your vehicle. The entrance track is unsealed road that can become boggy and impassable with minor rainfall. Proceed with care in times of wet weather, especially if travelling with a trailer. The road is closed during wet periods, which may occur between November and March. Fires and pets are not permitted.

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Lat: -19.816541 Lng: 146.091689

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Peaceful spot & heaps of cute wallabies. Nor n Dub n Caeden


Pat & Tina

Stayed 2 nights at site 4. Secluded, shady and Fletcher Creek runs by. Plenty of wildlife, particularly at night. General area overgrown with weeds. National Parks have sprayed the day use area but a huge job to manage the many invasive weeds in the area. Walked down to site 3, wouldn't recommend staying there as zero access to river. Site 2 big and roomy, close to vehicle access point onto the river. Site 1 with the best open view of the river proper but unfortunately the water channel is across on the far bank. NP not sign posted on the main road. Entry on the north side of Fletcher Creek crossing.


User 2280616

Recently stayed at National Park Site (1). Nice clear & clean area. The Bird Life & their antics were A Bird Watchers Dream. Kookaburra's, Crows & Raptors all fighting for top position in the Bird Eat Bird World. Bower Birds competing for Mrs Bower Bird, plenty of Stealing from one nest. Great place to just relax & listen to Nature. After leaving Site (1) we checked out all other camps. 1, 2, & 4 looked good. Next time we'll try for Site (4) looked so nice & secluded. And Fletchers Creek was so close to the camping area, Site (4)


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