Bunbuncundoo Springs (Ka Ka Mundi) Camping Area
Bunbuncundoo Springs Camping Area, also known as Ka Ka Mundi Camping Area, is a hidden gem within the Carnarvon National Park, located in the central Queensland Sandstone Wilderness. This serene and secluded camping spot offers a unique opportunity to connect with nature and enjoy the peaceful surroundings of the Australian outback.
Facilities & Amenities
Suitable For Camper Trailer
Suitable For Tents
Amplified music is not permitted. For the benefit of all campers
Not suitable for children and infants
1) Open fires: prohibited.
2) Generators: prohibited.
Things to know
Bunbuncundoo Springs Camping Area is situated in the Ka Ka Mundi section of Carnarvon National Park, approximately 130 kilometers southwest of Springsure, Queensland. It is a remote camping area nestled within the park's stunning landscape. Access to Bunbuncundoo Springs Camping Area is limited to 4WD vehicles, especially during dry weather conditions. The campsite surface is dirt, providing a rustic and natural setting. There are no facilities provided at this remote bush camping area, emphasizing the importance of self-sufficiency during your stay. Generators are also prohibited to maintain the peaceful atmosphere. A short walk from the parking area to the tent camping area allows you to immerse yourself in the natural setting. Campers are advised to bring drinking water, rubbish bags for responsible waste disposal, insect repellent, sufficient food, and fuel for the return trip. A gas stove for cooking is recommended. Mobile phone coverage is not available in this secluded area, allowing for a true escape from the digital world.
The camping area is blessed with breathtaking natural beauty, including colored sandstone cliffs and ancient basalt outcrops formed over thousands of years. Lush oases of tree ferns and coral ferns surround the springs, attracting a variety of bird species, including king parrots, figbirds, and wompoo fruit-doves. While staying at Bunbuncundoo Springs Camping Area, you can take a drive to soak in the views of Mount Mooloolong, adding to the scenic experience of your visit. One of the main highlights of this camping area is the proximity to Bunbuncundoo Springs, which serves as one of the recharge springs for the Great Artesian Basin. Exploring these springs is a must during your stay.