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Lost World—Saddle remote bush camp
Lost World—Saddle remote bush camp site is an off-track camping area. It is a rough bush camp site located in tall open eucalypt forest.
- Tent camping
- Long walk to tent
You need to be an experienced off-track walker with the right hiking equipment and top-notch navigational skills to walk to this remote camp site.
Nestled in a saddle between two steep and rocky ridgelines, this camp site is a welcome rest after a long day’s hike. Spend the night surrounded by eucalypt forest dotted with grass trees in a thick grassy understorey.
From the Border Track head up Mount Worendo (1,140m) before descending to the camp site in the saddle. As you walk, keep an eye out for glimpses of the surrounding peaks and cliffs through the trees.
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—Saddle remote bush camp site is in the Green Mountains section of Lamington National Park, 110km south of Brisbane.
- Map sheet—Tyalgum 9541-31. Grid reference—135 734.
- The remote bush camp site is a 5hr walk from the trailhead at the Green Mountains day-use area via the Border Track to Mount Worendo (1,140m) and along an unmarked trail to the saddle.
- The Razorback ridge is narrow and good rock scrambling skills are required to navigate this section safely.
- You are not allowed to enter the private property on the western boundary of the national park, beyond Mount Razorback.
Before you visit
Lost World—Saddle 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 day of departure.
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.