Haydens Ridge Remote Bush Camp
Haydens Ridge Remote Bush Camp offers a serene and rejuvenating retreat for outdoor enthusiasts seeking respite after an adventurous day's walk or bike ride. Nestled within the tranquil eucalypt woodland on a ridge east of Mount Norman in Girraween National Park, this campsite promises breathtaking views and a chance to immerse yourself in nature.
Facilities & Amenities
Suitable For Tents
1) campfires allowed
Things to know
The campsite can be reached by both bicycle and walk-in access, offering a rewarding journey to those who seek to explore the beauty of the landscape. The camping area provides facilities tailored to tent camping. While the walk to the tent area might be a bit lengthy, it adds to the sense of seclusion and immersion in nature that the campsite offers. While the campsite promises a remarkable experience, it's important to note that visitors are advised to possess good navigation skills due to its remote location. Haydens Ridge Walkers' Camp is conveniently positioned in proximity to Girraween's popular southern and eastern walking tracks. It serves as an ideal stopover for those embarking on a challenging overnight circuit hike that includes destinations like Underground Creek and Mount Norman. The campsite can accommodate groups of up to 8 people, ensuring a cozy and intimate camping experience.
Haydens Ridge Walkers' Camp is tucked away in a fragrant eucalypt woodland that comes alive with vibrant wildflower displays during springtime. The surrounding area features a network of trails, including the Peak and Creek shared trails. These trails provide a chance to walk or ride through the stunning landscape, eventually leading to the campsite. Along the way, visitors can enjoy the beauty of the eucalypt woodland and the unique Australian flora. The campsite's strategic location allows visitors to take short strolls to nearby rocky outcrops, granting them awe-inspiring vistas of Mount Norman and the Eye of the Needle. This vantage point presents a perfect opportunity for reflection and appreciation of the natural wonders that surround the camp.