Tallowwood Walkers’ Camp
Tallowwood Walkers' Camp, nestled within the serene eucalypt woodland of Queensland, Australia, is a hidden gem for nature enthusiasts seeking an immersive outdoor experience. This campsite is a part of the Great Walk, a network of hiking trails that showcases the region's natural beauty.
Facilities & Amenities
Suitable For Tents
Not suitable for children and infants
1) Open fires: Prohibited—use a fuel or gas stove only.
2) Generators: Prohibited.
Things to know
This campsite is accessible exclusively on foot. Visitors embark on a scenic journey through the heart of nature to reach Tallowwood Walkers' Camp. It is located 28 kilometers from the Great Walk entrance and 17 kilometers from Wongai Walkers' Camp, offering a rewarding trekking experience. Tallowwood Walkers' Camp is primarily designed for tent camping, allowing visitors to immerse themselves fully in the natural surroundings. There are six camp sites available within Tallowwood Walkers' Camp, each accommodating a maximum of four people. This limited capacity ensures a peaceful and intimate camping experience. Open fires are strictly prohibited at Tallowwood Walkers' Camp. Campers are required to use fuel or gas stoves for cooking and heating. The use of generators is also prohibited, promoting a quieter and more environmentally-friendly camping experience. Visitors are advised to come prepared with a few essentials, including a fuel or gas stove, water treatment tablets or purification kit, insect repellent, a washing up basin, a ground sheet to protect tents from wear and tear, warm clothing, and wet weather gear. These provisions ensure a comfortable and safe camping adventure. Please note that there is no mobile phone coverage at Tallowwood Walkers' Camp. For emergency communication, campers should refer to the advice provided in the "Essentials to Bring" section.
As part of the Great Walk, Tallowwood camp is ideally situated for avid hikers and walkers. Tallowwood Walkers' Camp provides a unique opportunity to camp within an eucalypt woodland habitat. The abundance of blackbutt, brush box, flooded gum, and tallowwood trees creates a tranquil and picturesque setting, perfect for those seeking a genuine connection with nature.