Koombooloomba Conservation Park Camping Area
The Koombooloomba Conservation Park camping area is a tranquil and picturesque spot situated adjacent to the old Koombooloomba township's cricket oval.
Facilities & Amenities
Suitable For Camper Trailer
Suitable For Tents
1) Campfires allowed (conditions apply)
2) Generators allowed (conditions apply)
Things to know
The camping area is located approximately 14 kilometers from the entrance to the national park, providing easy access for visitors. It is also conveniently located next to the scenic Koombooloomba Dam. Look for the camping area sign to guide you to your destination. The camping area is accessible by conventional vehicles, motorcycles, bicycles, and on foot. However, it's important to note that it is not suitable for caravans, buses, or motorhomes. There are a total of 9 separate and numbered camping sites available within the area. Each site has a maximum capacity of 6 people, making it an ideal spot for both small and medium-sized groups. The ground at the camping sites consists of dirt, providing a rustic and natural camping experience. Generators are permitted between the hours of 8:00 am and 7:00 pm. Noise levels from generators should not exceed 65 decibels (dB(A)) when measured at a distance of 7 meters from the generator. Drinking water, as potable water may not be available on-site. Rubbish bags to pack out your trash and maintain the pristine natural environment. Firewood for campfires (remember not to collect it from the park). It's important to note that mobile phone coverage in the area is poor, so be prepared for limited or no cell reception during your stay.
Scenic drives to explore the natural beauty of the surrounding area. Opportunities for canoeing and kayaking on nearby water bodies. Boating for those who wish to take to the water. Fishing for anglers looking to cast a line and catch some local fish.