Things to do
The camping area is on the bank of Lawn Hill Creek and has 20 sites, toilets and cold showers. Fires and generators are not permitted within the park. Visitors should be self-sufficient in food, camping supplies and vehicle spare parts. The camping area is suitable for caravans, buses, motorhomes or camper trailers less than 12m overall rig length. A maximum of six people per camp site is allowed. Please make sure you book a camp site that meets your requirements. Miyumba camping area is adjacent to the Gregory River, approximately 55km south-east of Lawn Hill Gorge camping area and 3.5km south of Riversleigh D Site. It is open March to October and has no facilities apart from a composting toilet. Bookings are essential.
Camping permits are required and fees apply.
- Find out more about camping at Lawn Hill Gorge.
- Book your camp site online.
- If you cannot book online, see camping bookings for other options.
- Pre-paid booking is essential for March to October. For the rest of the year campers are encouraged to book online or by phone, however last minute bookings can be made, and camping fees can be paid, at Adels Grove prior to arriving at the park, subject to site availability and wet season closures. Camping permits are not available at the national park.
There are seven walks in and around Lawn Hill Gorge of varying lengths and difficulty. Please refer to the Lawn Hill Gorge walking track map for more detailed information. All walks lead from the information shelter.
Picnic tables, toilets and cold showers are provided in the camping area. Visitors are encouraged to place recyclables in the containers near the amenities block and take the rest of their rubbish with them when they leave the park.
View the Middle Gorge day-use area information for more details.
Canoeing on the still waters of Lawn Hill Creek is an ideal way to explore the middle and upper gorges. Canoeing is not permitted in the Lower Gorge below the floating bridge.
View the Lawn Hill Gorge canoe trail information for more details.
A number of canoes are available for hire at the national park on an hourly basis. The canoe hire is operated by a commercial entity that is not affiliated with the national park. .For more information please visit Adels Grove.
Private canoes are also welcome. To ensure that the waterways are kept unspoiled, motorised vessels (including electric motors) are not permitted.
Fishing is not permitted in Lawn Hill Creek. Bag and size limits apply for other rivers and creeks. Fisheries regulations apply—information on bag and size limits, restricted species and seasonal closures is available from Fisheries Queensland.
The gorge is an oasis for wildlife. Birdwatching is always rewarding and the camping area is a great place to see animals. The sandstone and limestone gorges and ranges, along with the permanent waters of Lawn Hill Creek, support a variety of habitats and a range of plants and animals. The area is not only a home for resident animals but also an important corridor for wildlife movement, particularly migrating birds.
See the description of the park's natural environment for more details about Boodjamulla's diverse wildlife.
A perfect place to begin your journey. Spend time here to learn about the Boodjamulla landscapes, plants, animals and rich cultural history.
View the Lawn Hill Gorge ranger office information for more details.
- Floating bridge at Lawn Hill Gorge, Boodjamulla National Park unavailable for use 10 June to 30 September 2021