D'Aguilar National Park Brisbane

D'Aguilar National Park is a breathtaking escape from the city! Photo credit: Maxime Coquard © Queensland Government

Lepidozamia remote bush camp

Lepidozamia remote bush camp is located on an elevated forested ridge that overlooks the Kobble Creek area. Follow the undulating access track from Mt Glorious Road through lush rainforests and wet eucalypt forests an wet eucalypt forest to the camping area.

Accessible by

  • Bicycle
  • Walk-in

Campground facilities

  • Picnic tables (some sheltered)
  • Tent camping
  • Long walk to tent
  • Walking
  • Mountain biking
Image of Lepidozamia bush camp. Photo: Brad Day, Queensland Government.

Lepidozamia bush camp. Photo: Brad Day, Queensland Government.

Features: remote bush camping on an elevated forested ridge that overlooks the Kobble Creek catchment.

Location: from Mount Glorious Road or Northbrook Parkway, the camp site is accessed by walking 2.5km along the Lepidozamia track. The bush camp is located 150m past the Middle Kobble break turnoff on the Lepidozamia track. The gate access from Mount Glorious Road/Northbrook Parkway is about a 50min drive from Walkabout Creek Discovery Centre in The Gap. Allow 1hr walk to the camp site.

Maps:

Access: the bush camp site is walk-in only. A topographic map is required to find the bush camp site—map grid reference: 762 828.

Number of sites: open area without separately-defined sites. A maximum of 9 people (3 x 3-person tents) can camp in this area at one time.

Camp sites are suitable for: walk-in camping only.

Camp site surface: dirt and grass.

Facilities: Storm shelter with untreated water, and picnic table and bench seats.

Open fires: prohibited—fuel or gas stoves only.

Generators: not permitted.

Essentials to bring: drinking water*, first-aid kit, rubbish bags, insect repellent, fuel stove, tent, sturdy shoes and appropriate clothing.

*Kobble Creek is often dry, but if available, treat any creek water you draw.

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

Mobile phone coverage: unreliable.

Visiting safely

For more safety information see Visiting D'Aguilar National Park safely and camp with care.