Lost World—Creek remote bush camp
Lost World—Creek remote bush camp site is an off-track camping area. It is a rough bush camp site located in tall open eucalypt forest near a creek.
Camping area facilities
- Tent camping
- Long walk to tent
You need to be an experienced off-track walker with the right hiking equipment and excellent navigational skills to walk to this remote camp site.
This secluded camp site is located in tall open eucalypt forest near a small rock-strewn creek that, after rain, forms a slender waterfall that plummets 100m to the valley below.
From the Border Track head up Mount Worendo (1,140m) before descending to a saddle and then climbing an unstable rocky ridge (good rock scrambling skills are required) to Mount Razorback (1,040m). This mountain is the main peak in the plateau and is named for its two razor-thin ridges. The plateau is edged by steep, rocky cliffs, and capped with thick rainforest.
This park is part of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area, famed for its ongoing geological processes, evolutionary history, and diversity (especially of rare, threatened and endemic species).
Getting there and getting around
Lost World—Creek remote bush camp site is in the Green Mountains section of Lamington National Park, 110km south of Brisbane.
- Map sheet—Lamington 9541-34. Grid reference—110 751.
- The remote bush camp site is a 7–8hr walk from the trailhead at the Green Mountains day-use area via the Border Track to Mount Worendo (1140m) and along an unmarked trail to a saddle before ascending an unstable rocky ridge (good rock scrambling skills required) to Mount Razorback (1040m).
- You are not allowed to enter the private property on the western boundary of the national park, beyond Mount Razorback.
For more details on how to get to Lamington National Park and wheelchair accessibility, please see getting there and getting around.
Before you visit
Lost World—Creek remote bush camp site (off-track) is open 24 hours a day. Check-in to your camp after 2pm and check-out by 11am on the next day. Bush camp sites can only be booked for a maximum of one night per group, per site.
Check park alerts for the latest information on access, closures and conditions.
The bush camp site is only open from 1 February to 30 November each year.
Features: A rough bush camp site located in tall open eucalypt forest near a creek.
Location: Map sheet: Lamington 9541-34, Grid reference: 110 751.
Access: Remote site off the graded walking track system on an unmarked trail and a 7hr walk from the Border track entrance—Green Mountains section. Note: The Razorback ridge is narrow and good rock scrambling skills are required to navigate this section safely. There is no access permitted through private property.
Number of sites: No defined sites. Maximum of 8 people per night.
Camp sites are suitable for: fit, experienced, self-sufficient hikers.
Camp site surface: Dirt.
Facilities: None. Campers must be self-sufficient. Water collected from creeks should be treated before drinking. All rubbish (including food scraps) must be carried out.
Open fires: Prohibited—fuel stoves only.
Generators: Not permitted.
Essentials to bring: Fuel stove, drinking water, extra food, rubbish bags, first-aid kit, topographic map, compass, torch, warm clothing, wet weather gear and a small trowel for burying faecal waste. GPS, EPIRB (or PLB) are highly recommended. Read more about before you visit.
Bookings: Advance bookings are essential and must be booked online or learn about our camping booking options.
Mobile phone coverage: Poor.
- Walking track and remote bush camping update - Lamington National Park 1 September to 2 December 2022
- If it's flooded, forget it - even on the our walking tracks. 23 September to 7 October 2022