Goldsborough Valley Bora Ground Camping Area
The Goldsborough Valley Bora Ground camping area offers a serene and picturesque camping experience nestled by the tranquil waters of the Mulgrave River. This camping area is an oasis of natural beauty and outdoor adventure, featuring a range of facilities to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable stay.
Facilities & Amenities
Suitable For Tents
Water (Non drinking)
Amplified music is not permitted. For the benefit of all campers
1) Open fires: allowed (except when fire bans or restrictions apply) in fire rings only. Firewood is not provided and must not be collected from the park. Fuel stoves are recommended.
2) Generators: not permitted.
Things to know
Situated past the day-use area and accessed via a causeway, the Goldsborough Valley camping area is easily reachable by conventional vehicles. Visitors are advised to approach with care, as the route involves some navigational considerations. The camping area encompasses a spacious open section that can comfortably accommodate up to five camping groups. To provide a degree of separation between some sites, the area is dotted with vegetated alcoves, ensuring a sense of privacy while still allowing a communal camping experience. Camping facilities include both flush and composting toilets, ensuring that visitors have access to sanitation amenities during their stay. Additionally, individual fire rings are provided, allowing campers to responsibly enjoy campfires within designated areas. To maintain the peaceful atmosphere and preserve the natural environment, generators are not permitted within the camping area.
Visitors can explore the surrounding natural beauty by embarking on walks through the rainforest, discovering unique flora and fauna along the way. The proximity of the Mulgrave River offers an opportunity for water-based activities like canoeing and kayaking. Paddling along the river allows for a different perspective of the landscape. The Mulgrave River provides a refreshing escape, perfect for a leisurely swim on a warm day. Fishing enthusiasts can try their luck in the river's waters, hoping to catch some of the local aquatic life.