Nitchaga and Wall Creek Bush Camping

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Nitchaga Creek and Wall Creek bush camping areas are hidden gems located within the picturesque Koombooloomba National Park and Conservation Park in Queensland, Australia. These camping spots offer a unique wilderness experience, perfect for nature enthusiasts seeking a rustic adventure.

Facilities & Amenities

  • Kiosk

  • Suitable For Tents


  • Amplified music is not permitted. For the benefit of all campers

Additional rules

1) Open fires: prohibited. Fuel stoves are recommended.
2) Generators: prohibited.

Things to know

To reach these camping areas, you'll need a 4WD vehicle, motorcycle, bicycle, or you can even hike in on foot. Unfortunately, caravans, buses, and motorhomes won't be able to navigate the rugged terrain to access these sites. There are no designated or numbered campsites in Nitchaga Creek and Wall Creek. However, vehicle-based campers are allowed to set up camp adjacent to the formed roads. Keep in mind that there's a maximum limit of 12 people per site. The camping surfaces here are natural dirt, giving you a genuine bush camping experience. These camping areas cater to different preferences. You can choose to camp in a tent beside your car, opt for walk-in camping, or bring a camper trailer along. Open fires are strictly prohibited to protect the delicate natural environment. You should bring fuel stoves for cooking and heating instead. To maintain the tranquility of the wilderness, the use of generators is also prohibited. When camping at Nitchaga Creek and Wall Creek, make sure to bring your own drinking water, as there are no water sources available on-site. You'll also need to pack rubbish bags to dispose of waste responsibly and insect repellent to keep those pesky bugs at bay. Keep in mind that mobile phone coverage in these remote areas is poor, so be prepared for limited connectivity and embrace the opportunity to disconnect from the digital world.



Nitchaga Creek and Wall Creek bush camping areas offer a rugged, back-to-nature experience amidst the stunning beauty of Koombooloomba National Park.


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