Knoll T30 Remote Bush Camp
Knoll T30 Remote Bush Camp offers a unique camping experience for seasoned outdoor enthusiasts seeking seclusion and serenity amid lush subtropical rainforest. Knoll T30 Remote Bush Camp is nestled atop a knoll, providing a sense of isolation and tranquility. Located approximately 120 kilometers southwest of Brisbane, it's a remote oasis far removed from the hustle and bustle of city life.
Facilities & Amenities
Suitable For Tents
Amplified music is not permitted. For the benefit of all campers
No parties or events
1) Open fires: Prohibited. Use fuel stoves only.
2) Generator use: Not allowed.
Things to know
Getting to Knoll T30 is not for the faint of heart. This remote campsite is accessible only by foot, and you'll need specialist skills to navigate the challenging terrain. It's crucial to be physically fit and well-prepared for this adventure. The campsite is nestled in a pleasant rainforest setting, although it offers no panoramic views. The site has no separately-defined spots and can accommodate a maximum of 8 people. Campers must be self-sufficient, carrying all necessary supplies, including drinking water, food, and first-aid kits. Open fires are strictly prohibited; only fuel stoves are permitted. Generator use is not allowed to preserve the pristine environment. Campers should bring topographic maps, compasses, torches, warm clothing, wet weather gear, rubbish bags, insect repellent, and a small trowel for waste disposal. Carry essential navigation and communication equipment. Expect poor mobile phone coverage, so be prepared for limited communication with the outside world.
Once you've embarked on the journey and reached Knoll T30, you'll find yourself surrounded by the dense subtropical rainforest canopy. This pristine wilderness offers an authentic off-track experience, where the sights and sounds of nature become your companions. Unlike the western parts of the park, which were selectively logged for timber, this region boasts the pure, natural beauty of subtropical rainforest. You'll encounter a rich variety of flora, including red cedar, hoop pine, tulip oak, and purple laurel. Main Range National Park is part of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area. This designation is a testament to the park's geological significance, evolutionary history, and incredible biodiversity.