Mount Elliot Remote Bush Camp
The Mount Elliot Remote Bush Camp is situated in the Mount Elliot section of a national park, offering a rugged and mountainous landscape for adventurous bushwalkers.
Facilities & Amenities
Suitable For Tents
Amplified music is not permitted. For the benefit of all campers
Not suitable for children and infants
1) Camp fires: prohibited. Bring a fuel or gas stove.
2) Generators: not permitted.
Things to know
Access to this remote campsite is available exclusively through walking, making it a haven for experienced and well-equipped hikers seeking extended overnight journeys. The number of sites at this remote bush camp is not specified, but campers must set up their campsite at least 1 kilometer away from other camping areas. Groups planning to hike and camp here should consist of a minimum of 2 people, with a maximum group size limit of 6 to minimize environmental impact. This campsite is tailored to the needs of seasoned bushwalkers who possess strong navigation skills, first-aid knowledge, and essential emergency equipment. The campsite is not recommended for beginners due to the challenging terrain and lack of on-site facilities. Camping at the Mount Elliot Remote Bush Camp involves tent camping, and visitors must be prepared for a long walk to reach their tent site. There are no amenities or facilities available at this campsite, ensuring an authentic wilderness experience. Campfires are strictly prohibited to protect the pristine natural surroundings, so campers should bring fuel or gas stoves for cooking. The use of generators is not permitted to maintain a tranquil and eco-friendly atmosphere. Campers are expected to be entirely self-sufficient. This includes carrying their own food and water, a fuel stove for cooking, navigation tools, communication equipment, and a well-stocked first-aid kit. Being well-prepared is crucial for safety.
The primary activity here is hiking, with numerous trails and paths meandering through the picturesque but challenging terrain. The camping area is situated deep within the national park, requiring a significant hike to reach it. This isolation provides a true sense of remoteness and seclusion.