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Camping in Blencoe Falls
Blencoe Falls camping area offers both walk-in and vehicle-based bush camping in a peaceful setting. There are some sites nestled amongst trees adjacent to Blencoe Creek or larger sites in open woodland that are a short walk from the creek.
Camping permits are required and fees apply. A camping tag with your booking number must be displayed at your camp site.
To avoid trampling vegetation, disturbing wildlife and causing erosion, please keep your four-wheel-drive vehicle on marked tracks. Failure to stay on the track may incur a penalty.
If you prefer to rough it, then limited bush camping opportunities exist as part of the Wet Tropics Great Walk. These are hike-in sites and campers need to be totally self-sufficient.
Camp fires are allowed within the camping areas but firewood must not be collected from the national park.
Vehicle-based camping is not permitted in the walk-in camping area as identified on the Blencoe Falls camping area map .
Blencoe Falls camping area features open woodland with large group camping areas and a number of private sheltered sites along the creek.
- Tent camping
- No caravan camping
- Camper trailer camping
- Campfires allowed
- No showers
- No barbecue
- No picnic tables
- No wheelchair access
- Generators allowed (conditions apply)
- No dogs permitted
- Temporary closure Blencoe Falls lookout, Girringun National Park 26–30 October 2020