Manna Gum Camping Area

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Manna Gum camping area is set beneath the towering Manna gum trees, providing ample shade and a serene atmosphere. The camping area is characterized by a large grassy space, often dotted with campers and their setups. Visitors might find a white four-wheel-drive parked in front of a caravan, indicative of the diverse range of camping options available.

Facilities & Amenities

  • BBQ Area

  • Kiosk

  • Suitable For Camper Trailer

  • Suitable For Campervans

  • Suitable For Caravans

  • Suitable For Motorhomes

  • Suitable For Tents

  • Toilets

  • Wheelchair Access


  • Campfires allowed

Additional rules

1) Open fires: Prohibited except where barbecues are provided (except when fire bans apply). Elevated barbecues and braziers that use heat beads are permitted provided the ground underneath them is protected. Fuel stoves are recommended.
2) Generator use: Not allowed.

Things to know

The Manna Gum camping area is easily accessible by conventional vehicles, making it convenient for a wide range of visitors. Wheelchair access is available, although it may require some assistance. Manna Gum camping area is part of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area. This designation highlights the park's geological significance, evolutionary history, and biodiversity, including rare, threatened, and endemic species. The camping area accommodates various types of camping, including tent camping, caravan camping, camper trailer camping, campervan camping, motorhome camping, and tent camping beside your car. Campfires are allowed in designated areas, but visitors should be mindful of local conditions and potential fire bans. Campers can enjoy wood-fired barbecues; however, they need to bring their own wood for fuel. It's essential to bring drinking water, rubbish bags, insect repellent, a fuel or gas stove, and firewood (if planning to use the barbecue facilities). Please note that mobile phone coverage is not available in the area, so be prepared for limited connectivity.



The camping area is conveniently located near several captivating walking tracks, including the Ridge track, Dalrymple circuit, and Cascades circuit. These trails offer the opportunity to explore the natural beauty of the surrounding area. As night falls, campers can gather around campfires while children go on thrilling spotlighting adventures, seeking out frogs, owls, phascogales, bats, wallabies, bandicoots, possums, and gliders. If you maintain quiet and patience, you might even spot the elusive red-necked pademelons grazing on the forest's edges. Spring and summer bring the vibrant calls of great barred frogs echoing through the night air, adding to the enchantment of the camping experience.


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