Lawn Hill Gorge (trailer) Camping Area
The Lawn Hill Gorge camping area is a picturesque and well-appointed spot for camping, located on the bank above Lawn Hill Creek in Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park, in remote north-west Queensland, Australia. This camping area provides a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the lush oasis of Lawn Hill Gorge, surrounded by the arid savannah landscape.
Facilities & Amenities
Suitable For Camper Trailer
Suitable For Campervans
Suitable For Caravans
Suitable For Motorhomes
Water (Non drinking)
Amplified music is not permitted. For the benefit of all campers
1) Open fires: not permitted—fuel or gas stoves only.
2) Generators: not permitted.
Things to know
The camping area is accessible by conventional vehicles, making it suitable for a wide range of campers. The camping area is situated 4 kilometers from the park entrance and is nestled alongside Lawn Hill Creek. here are 14 unnumbered caravan/camper trailer sites, available on a first-come, first-served basis. These sites can accommodate campervans, camper trailers, and caravans (up to 12 meters in overall length). The campsite surface is dirt, providing a rustic camping experience. The campground offers modern amenities, including flushing toilets, cold showers, and drinking water. Campers should bring their own fuel or gas stove for cooking and rubbish bags to help maintain the park's pristine environment. Keep in mind that mobile phone coverage in the area is limited and unreliable, so plan accordingly.
The main attraction here is the stunning Lawn Hill Gorge. You can explore this lushly vegetated gorge and its spring-fed creek by taking one of the park's numerous walking tracks. Bird enthusiasts will be delighted by the variety of bird species nesting and feeding around the creek's vegetation. The calm waters of the gorge are perfect for canoeing and kayaking, providing a unique perspective of the landscape. Enjoy a refreshing swim in the crystal-clear waters of Lawn Hill Creek. The area also offers opportunities to learn about the cultural and historic significance of the region.