Myninya Camping Area
Myninya Camping Area in Currawinya National Park offers a serene escape into nature, where you can immerse yourself in peace and tranquillity. Nestled in the heart of the national park, this camping area provides a unique opportunity for birdwatching, photography, bushwalking, and a chance to connect with the natural world.
Facilities & Amenities
Suitable For Camper Trailer
Suitable For Tents
1) Open fires: allowed (except when fire bans apply) but fuel stoves recommended.
2) Generator use: prohibited.
Things to know
Myninya Camping Area is located approximately 51 kilometers northwest from the ranger station within Currawinya National Park, ensuring a sense of remoteness and isolation from the hustle and bustle of city life. To reach Myninya Camping Area, you'll need a high clearance 4WD vehicle or off-road camper trailer, and it's advisable to visit during dry weather conditions for a safer journey. The camping area has unnumbered areas with separately defined sites, offering flexibility for campers. The ground surface is sandy and dirt, providing a natural camping experience. Campfires are allowed (conditions apply), but it's recommended to use fuel stoves for cooking, especially during fire bans. Generator use is prohibited to maintain a peaceful and natural camping environment. It's crucial to bring enough drinking water (at least seven liters per person per day) since local water is not suitable for drinking. Additionally, you should bring rubbish bags and be prepared to pack out all recyclables and rubbish, as no bins are provided. For cooking, consider bringing your own untreated, clean mill off-cuts for firewood or, preferably, a fuel or gas stove. Mobile phone coverage is available at the Ranger station located within Currawinya National Park.
1) Shady Oasis: The camping area is situated beside a semi-permanent waterhole, providing not only a beautiful view but also a cool and shaded environment to relax and unwind.
2) Wildlife Watching: Currawinya National Park is known for its diverse birdlife, making it an ideal spot for birdwatching enthusiasts.
3) Bushwalking: Explore the natural beauty of the park through bushwalking trails, which offer a chance to encounter native flora and fauna.
4) Scenic Drive: The surrounding area boasts scenic drives, allowing you to explore the landscape at your own pace.
5) Cultural and Historic Sites: Discover the rich cultural and historical heritage of the park, which may include indigenous sites and remnants of early settlers.