Bulburin National Park Bundaberg | Gladstone

Granite Creek, Bulburin National Park. Photo: Sarah Jordan, Queensland Government.

Zamia camping area

This is a small peaceful camping node on the western side of the four wheel drive loop, a place to enjoy the early morning songs of the local birdlife.

Accessible by

  • High clearance 4WD
  • Trail bike
  • Bicycle
  • Walk-in

Campground facilities

  • Picnic tables
  • Tent camping
  • Tent camping beside car
  • Walking
  • Scenic drive
  • Trail bike riding
Zamia camping area. Photo Lisa Emmert, Queensland Government.

Zamia camping area. Photo Lisa Emmert, Queensland Government.

Zamia palm. Photo: Sarah Jordan, Queensland Government.

Zamia palm. Photo: Sarah Jordan, Queensland Government.

Camping area features: set amongst trees in open eucalypt forest.

Location: on the north-western side of the four-wheel drive loop accessed from Bulburin Forest Road—15km from Builyan and 36km from the Bruce Highway via the Granite Creek access.

Access: the road is unsealed and can be reached via Builyan in a four-wheel-drive vehicle in dry weather only. Access from the Bruce Highway on the Granite Creek Forestry Road is possible for four-wheel-drive vehicles only in dry weather. It is not accessible for vehicles towing on-road trailers, caravans or for motor homes. Read more about getting there and getting around.

Number of sites: small area without separately defined sites. Maximum of 5 people per camp.

Camp sites are suitable for: tent camping beside your vehicle.

Camp site surface: dirt/grass.

Facilities: none, visitors must be self-sufficient and prepared for emergencies.

Open fires: Prohibited. Fuel stoves are recommended to minimise impacts.

Generators: not allowed.

Essentials to bring: all food and drinking water, sturdy rubbish bags, insect repellent, sun protection, remote-area first-aid kit, reliable torch, and communications equipment. Read more about before you visit.

Bookings: book online or learn about our camping booking options.

Mobile phone coverage: poor; satellite phones, UHF radios and EPIRBs recommended.

Visiting safely

For more safety information see Visiting Bulburin safely and camp with care.

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