Stone Cottage Remote Bush Camp
Stone Cottage Remote Bush Camp is a tranquil camping site situated within Girraween National Park, located on the Queensland–New South Wales border, approximately 260 kilometers southwest of Brisbane. This secluded campsite offers a serene retreat for hikers, nestled amidst tall stands of gum trees on a gently sloping ridge. It is an ideal place to rejuvenate before embarking on the challenging trek to the Bald Rock cluster, consisting of West, Middle, and South Bald Rocks.
Facilities & Amenities
Suitable For Tents
Not suitable for children and infants
1) Campfire not allowed.
2) Generators not permitted.
Things to know
Stone Cottage Walkers' Camp is accessible by walking, making it an ideal destination for those looking to immerse themselves in the wilderness. It's a remote and serene location that allows you to disconnect from the hustle and bustle of city life. Given the remote nature of this campsite, campers are advised to possess good navigation skills. It's also important to leave trip details with a friend or family member before setting out on your adventure. Campers will find designated tent camping areas, although it may involve a long walk to reach your chosen spot. This isolation amidst nature ensures a tranquil and immersive camping experience. The maximum group size at Stone Cottage Walkers' Camp is limited to 8 people, ensuring a more intimate and peaceful camping experience. Visitors are advised to bring drinking water, rubbish bags (as no bins are provided), insect repellent, a fuel or gas stove for wet weather, warm clothing, and warm bedding. Mobile phone coverage is poor in the camping area.
Stone Cottage Walkers' Camp is strategically located at the gateway to Girraween's southern region, near the New South Wales border. It serves as an excellent base for hikers planning to embark on the challenging trek to the Bald Rock cluster, consisting of West, Middle, and South Bald Rocks. Don't miss the opportunity to explore the remains of the hand-crafted stone cottage and horse stables. These structures are a testament to the park's history and the failed horse riding ranch venture of the past. Keep an eye out for the majestic yellow-tailed black-cockatoos that frequent the tall gum trees surrounding the camp. Birdwatching enthusiasts will have a field day with the diverse avian species in the area.