Koolmoon Creek Headwaters Camping Area
Koolmoon Creek Headwaters Camping Area is a hidden gem nestled within the lush rainforest of Queensland, Australia. Situated in a tranquil rainforest clearing near the serene Koolmoon Creek, this camping area offers an idyllic escape for nature enthusiasts and adventurers seeking a peaceful and immersive camping experience.
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
Koolmoon Creek Headwaters Camping Area is accessible exclusively by foot. It is conveniently located along the Koolmoon Creek track, approximately 1.3 kilometers from the Koolmoon Creek headwaters trailhead. To reach the camping area, you'll need to take a 300-meter trail that branches off from the main track. If approaching from the south, it's about 11.3 kilometers from Walters Waterhole camping area. Koolmoon Creek Headwaters Camping Area does not have separately defined camping sites. Instead, it offers an open area that can accommodate up to 10 people or five small tents. This design promotes a communal and close-to-nature camping experience. he camping area is primarily intended for walk-in camping, making it ideal for those who appreciate a more rustic and immersive outdoor experience. The ground surface at the camping area is natural dirt, adding to the authentic and rugged ambiance. Open fires are not permitted at Koolmoon Creek Headwaters Camping Area. Campers are encouraged to use fuel stoves for cooking. Campers should come well-prepared, bringing their own drinking water, food, rubbish bags for waste disposal, insect repellent, and a fuel stove for cooking. Mobile phone coverage is not available.
Koolmoon Creek Headwaters Camping Area offers a unique opportunity to immerse oneself in the beauty of the Australian rainforest. it's an ideal destination for those seeking a back-to-nature camping experience in a pristine environment. Campers are reminded to respect the natural surroundings and practice responsible camping during their stay.