Hann Crossing (Lakefield NP) Site 10


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Hann Crossing camping area is located on the North Kennedy River, not the Hann River (which joins the North Kennedy River downstream). There are camp sites along both the eastern and western banks of the river offering both boat and bank fishing. Large crocodiles are frequently seen here. The camping area can be reached by four-wheel-drive vehicle only. It is not accessible for caravans, campervans or buses. The road becomes impassable after rain. There are 17 numbered sites for general use and two numbered sites for commercial operators only (sites seven and eight). Site 18 is permanently closed. Site 10 is are located on the Western side of the river, north of Lakefield Road. One metre high river bank. Maximum 3 cars and trailers (8 people). Facilities include: individual fire rings and hybrid toilets on both sides of the river crossing. Open fires are allowed (except when fire bans apply) in fire rings only. Fuel stoves are recommended. Do not collect firewood in the park. Generators: only generators operated at less than 65dB(A), when measured 7m from the generator, are permitted, and only between 8.00am and 7.00pm. All camping in Rinyirru (Lakefield) National Park (CYPAL) must be booked in advance. Campers must purchase an e-permit before arriving at the camping areas. Self-registration is not available and there is no mobile phone coverage on site (there is limited mobile phone coverage near the New Laura ranger base). To obtain an e-permit, you can: Book online Visit an over-the-counter camping permit booking office or self-service kiosk Phone 13 QGOV (13 74 68). Mobile phone charges may apply. No pets.

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Lat: -14.761844 Lng: 144.07777

User Reviews



Very large, dusty flat site, with limited shade. Perfect for solar. Camp is right on the rivers edge. Big enough for a couple of cars + trailers. Very private to, the only camp you can see a glimpse of is the one across the river. Around 350m walk to the nearest toilet and around the same distance to the little waterfall with rockpools for a quick dip. Both situated at the start of the track. Haven't spotted a croc during the day, but seen a couple of eyes and heard some big splashing going on at night. Fishing hasn't been to great, couple of smaller grunters and some catfish, river is probably getting overfished by the end of the season with all these tinnies in the water a people fishing from the banks. Massive Cherabin though. Palm cockatoos in the tree across the river every morning.



Stayed 1 night late September on site 10. Excellent birdlife, hundreds of black cockatoos drinking in the pools in front of site 8. Only tiny cherabin, very large croc cruising the pool just after dark. Mozzies on dusk and dawn. Very little shade except for early morning. Good large flat site but not enough shade for our liking.


Jezz & Ann

A great camp to drop in tinnie, good bank, great view of river, lots of sunny spots for solar and dappled shade for camp. Perfect. Bird life abundant, wallabies and bush turkeys. Caught heaps of big cherubin here. Camp 11, 13, 14 also good like this one.


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