Lake Boomanjin Great Walk Camp Sites
Lake Boomanjin is a unique natural wonder. It spans 100 hectares and is a combination of both a window lake (with the center of the lake sitting in the water table) and a perched lake (the rest of the lake perched on an impermeable organic layer). The lake's deep, cool waters provide an excellent opportunity for campers to cool off and relax.
Facilities & Amenities
Suitable For Tents
Water (Non drinking)
Amplified music is not permitted. For the benefit of all campers
1) Campfires not allowed.
2) Generator not allowed.
Things to know
The Lake Boomanjin campsite is nestled in a small haven, just 200 meters away from the stunning Lake Boomanjin, which is renowned as the world's largest perched lake. This proximity allows campers to enjoy the tranquil surroundings and easily access the lake for a refreshing swim. The Lake Boomanjin campsite is accessible only by foot. It's an ideal spot for walkers exploring the K'gari Great Walk. The K'gari Great Walk is generally open from 1 March to 31 October each year, but these dates may vary based on environmental conditions and fire danger risk. Visitors are advised to check park alerts for the latest information on access, closures, and conditions. Lake Boomanjin campsite is designed to accommodate only a limited number of campers, creating a peaceful and less crowded environment. The campsite provides picnic tables where you can relax and enjoy your meals. Flush toilets are available for campers. Campers can pitch their tents in the designated camping 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.
Lake Boomanjin campsite offers a unique opportunity to experience the natural wonders of Fraser Island while enjoying the tranquility of this remote camping location. Visitors can unwind by the lake, explore the surrounding forests, and continue their adventure on the K'gari Great Walk. The lake's deep, cool waters provide an excellent opportunity for campers to cool off and relax.