Ballow Creek Junction Remote Bush Camp
The Ballow Creek Junction remote bush camp offers a unique and secluded camping experience in the heart of the rainforest. Nestled at the meeting point of Mount Ballow and Mount Barney Creeks, this campsite provides a tranquil retreat for those seeking an off-the-grid adventure.
Facilities & Amenities
Suitable For Tents
Amplified music is not permitted. For the benefit of all campers
1) Open fires: Prohibited. Use fuel stoves only.
2) Generator use: Not allowed.
Things to know
Ballow Creek Junction camping area is not easily reached by conventional vehicles. It is a walk-in camping site, which means visitors need to hike to the campsite. The nearest vehicle access point is via a 4WD track to Cleared Ridge, which can be accessed through Waterfall Creek Road southeast of Boonah. The campsite is located within a lush rainforest environment, surrounded by the convergence of Mount Ballow and Mount Barney Creeks. This unique geographical feature not only provides a serene atmosphere but also ensures protection from windy weather due to its natural positioning. The Ballow Creek Junction campsite caters to tent camping enthusiasts. Campers should be prepared for a longer walk to reach their chosen camping spot. No defined camping sites are available, but the maximum capacity is limited to 6 people to minimize human impact on the environment. To make the most of the Ballow Creek Junction camping experience, campers are advised to bring essential items such as drinking water, extra food supplies, a well-equipped first-aid kit, a topographic map, a compass, a reliable torch, warm clothing, and wet weather gear. Insect repellent is essential for keeping bugs at bay, and campers should bring rubbish bags to carry out all waste. Mobile phone coverage is No coverage.
The Ballow Creek Junction remote bush camp offers a secluded and natural escape for outdoor enthusiasts willing to venture into the heart of the rainforest.