Graham Range Camping Area
The Graham Range camping area offers a unique and nature-filled camping experience, nestled right next to the beach and surrounded by the serene landscapes of paperbark and mangrove forests.
Facilities & Amenities
Suitable For Camper Trailer
Suitable For Tents
Water (Non drinking)
1) Campfires allowed (conditions apply)
2) Generators allowed (conditions apply)
Things to know
The camping area is accessible by conventional vehicles, but it's worth noting that the road conditions can vary. While a normal vehicle can reach the site, there's a stretch of unsealed road that might be rough, especially after rainfall. This portion could become impassable or only accessible by a four-wheel-drive vehicle. Trailers can be brought in, but they must be maneuvered with care. The camping area comprises five separate and numbered sites. The first site is located approximately 500 meters north of the camping information shelter. The last site is situated near the mouth of Bluemetal Creek, about 1.4 kilometers from the camping information shelter. Campfires are allowed at individual camp sites, but only when fire bans are not in effect. Visitors should be aware that firewood is not provided and should not be collected from the park. It's recommended to bring your own firewood or, even better, a fuel stove for cooking. The camping area accommodates various camping setups, including tent camping, camper trailer camping, and tent camping beside your car. Essentials to bring drinking water, rubbish bags, insect repellent, firewood or preferably a fuel stove, and trowel or shovel. Mobile phone coverage is poor.
Graham Range camping area offers an opportunity to immerse oneself in the beauty of nature, from the coastal wonders to the surrounding forests. Visitors can create lasting memories while enjoying the tranquility of this unique camping spot. Fishing is a popular activity, given the proximity to the beach.