Archer Camping Area
The Archer Camping Area offers a serene and picturesque camping experience amidst the natural beauty of the North D'Aguilar section of D'Aguilar National Park. This camping area, located approximately 95km from Brisbane and 18km from Woodford, provides an excellent escape for those seeking outdoor adventure and relaxation.
Facilities & Amenities
Shower Cubicle (BYO shower)
Suitable For Tents
Water (Non drinking)
Amplified music is not permitted. For the benefit of all campers
1) Open fires: permitted in the fireplace provided except when fire bans or prohibitions apply.
2) Generators: not permitted.
Things to know
Archer Camping Area is located in the North D'Aguilar section of the D'Aguilar National Park, approximately 95km from Brisbane and 18km from Woodford, near the park's northern entrance. It's recommended to have a 4WD vehicle to access the campsite. Forest roads have a maximum speed limit of 40km/hr, and all road rules apply. Prioritize 4WD safety and minimal impact driving. There are 9 numbered camp sites available, spread across an open grassy area. These sites cater to various camping preferences, accommodating tent camping close to your vehicle or walk-in camping for a more immersive experience. Large groups can also find suitable spaces. Nestled within a natural bush setting, the camping area provides a family-friendly atmosphere with ample shade and a grassy landscape, making it ideal for relaxation and play. The camping area provides various facilities to ensure a comfortable stay while maintaining a connection to the rugged outdoors. Facilities include flush toilets, shower cubicles (bring your own shower), and a short walk to tent sites. Campfires are allowed under certain conditions, making evenings by the fire a quintessential camping experience. The camp area features an open grassy space, perfect for setting up tents and enjoying games with family and friends. Pack these essentials to ensure a smooth and enjoyable camping experience. When planning your stay at Archer Camping Area, remember to pack essentials such as drinking water, rubbish bags, insect repellent, and a well-equipped first-aid kit. Since the camping area is surrounded by the beauty of the wilderness. Mobile phone coverage is unreliable.
The camping area is a gateway to various activities, including exploring the park on the forest road network using 4WD vehicles and trail bikes. There's also the opportunity to indulge in a refreshing swim or kayak in Neurum Creek, which is fringed by the forest. Nighttime offers its own set of adventures. Guests can embark on night walks to spot nocturnal animals, with owls and possums frequently active in the forest canopy. To minimize disruption to these creatures, using a red or orange-filtered light source is recommended.