Caiwarro Waterhole Camping Area
Caiwarro Waterhole Camping Area is a serene and picturesque camping spot situated alongside the Paroo River in a shaded area. It offers a tranquil escape into the heart of nature, making it an ideal destination for outdoor enthusiasts.
Facilities & Amenities
Suitable For Camper Trailer
Suitable For Campervans
Suitable For Caravans
Suitable For Motorhomes
Suitable For Tents
1) Open fires: allowed (except when fire bans apply) but fuel stoves recommended.
2) Generator use: prohibited.
Things to know
Access to this camping area is restricted to 4WD vehicles, off-road camper trailers, off-road caravans, and small off-road motorhomes and buses, but only during dry weather conditions. Due to its remote location, the road may become impassable during wet periods, so visitors should plan their trips accordingly. The camping area caters to a variety of camping styles, including tent camping, caravan camping, camper trailer camping, campervan camping, and even tent camping beside your car. There are no separately defined sites; instead, it offers open areas for camping. The ground consists of sand and dirt, so campers are encouraged to bring suitable camping equipment. Basic facilities are not provided, so visitors should come prepared with all necessary camping gear and supplies. Campfires are allowed except during fire bans, although it is recommended to use fuel stoves for cooking to minimize environmental impact. The use of generators is prohibited to maintain the peaceful and natural ambiance of the camping area. It is crucial to bring an ample supply of drinking water, as local water is not suitable for consumption. A minimum of seven liters per person per day is recommended for drinking, cooking, and washing. Visitors should bring their own rubbish bags and carry out all recyclables and rubbish when leaving the camping area, as no bins are provided. Mobile phone coverage is available at the Ranger station located in Currawinya National Park, ensuring that visitors can stay connected if needed.
Exploring the surroundings may lead to discovering cultural and historic sites, adding depth to your camping experience. Visitors can engage in a range of outdoor activities such as walking, scenic drives, canoeing, kayaking, swimming, fishing, birdwatching, and bushwalking. The camping area is set in a shaded part of the region, providing a pleasant respite from the Australian sun. Campers have easy access to the Paroo River, where they can swim, fish, and go canoeing, enhancing their outdoor experience. The area is rich in wildlife, making it an excellent spot for birdwatching and observing native fauna. There are opportunities for bushwalking, allowing visitors to explore the pristine natural surroundings.