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Camping in Castle Tower
Remote bush camping information
Mount Castle Tower and Mount Stanley provide soaring views over the Boyne Valley, Lake Awoonga and Gladstone. Bush camping provides an opportunity to explore a diverse environment and wildflowers can be enjoyed in late winter and spring.
Bush campers should expect rugged conditions with no facilities.
Bush camping in Castle Tower National Park can be closed due to extreme weather events, planned burning operations and bushfires, please check Park alerts before you visit.
Camping permits are required and fees apply. A camping tag with your booking number must be displayed at your camp site.
There are no facilities in the park and walkers must be self-sufficient and prepared for emergencies.
Access into the park is across Gladstone Area Water Board (GAWB) land. Permission must be obtained from the GAWB before entering or crossing their land.
Before visiting the park it is important you read: