Hinson Creek Camping Area
Hinson Creek Camping Area is a serene and secluded spot located in the heart of a lush rainforest. This camping area is nestled within a small, level clearing, and it is easily identifiable by a distinctive timber totem.
Facilities & Amenities
Suitable For Tents
Amplified music is not permitted. For the benefit of all campers
1) Open fires: not allowed. Fuel stoves are recommended.
2) Generators: prohibited.
Things to know
Hinson Creek camping area is positioned along the Cannabullen Creek track, precisely at its junction with the Cardwell Range track. It is approximately 2.1 kilometers from the Hinson Creek trailhead or 16.9 kilometers from the Cardwell Range trailhead. Access to this camping area is limited to walking or cycling; there is no vehicular access.
The camping area does not have separately defined sites but can accommodate a maximum of 10 people. It is particularly suitable for campers who prefer walk-in or cycle-in camping experiences. The surface in the camping area is natural dirt. Hinson Creek camping area is a rustic camping spot with minimal facilities. There are no amenities such as toilets or showers, so visitors should come prepared for a more primitive camping experience. Open fires are strictly prohibited, so it's essential to bring a fuel stove for cooking. Generators are not allowed to maintain the natural tranquility of the area. Campers should be self-sufficient and bring essential supplies like drinking water, food, rubbish bags, insect repellent, and a fuel stove. Mobile phone coverage is not available in this remote rainforest location, so be prepared for limited or no connectivity during your stay.
Hinson Creek Camping Area is a place where you can immerse yourself in the beauty of the rainforest, disconnect from the modern world, and enjoy the simple pleasures of camping in a pristine natural setting. It's an ideal destination for those who seek solitude and an authentic wilderness experience.