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Point Pure remote bush camp
This open and grassy camp site on Point Pure has magnificent valley and mountain range views.
- Tent camping
- Long walk to tent
- Photo credit: Briony Masters © Queensland Government
- Photo credit: Robert Ashdown © Queensland Government
If you’re an experienced off-track walker with specialist equipment and well-developed navigational skills, then the walk to this remote camp site is for you.
Pitch your tent 915m above sea level on the western side of Point Pure. Shaded by eucalypts and fire-scarred grasstrees, you’ll have uninterrupted western views into the valley, along meandering Blackfellow Creek and across to the range shared with Glen Rock State Forest.
Cast your eyes northwards to 990m Mount Mistake in the Mistake Range, and to the north-west to Glen Rock—the iconic pinnacle of red basalt boulders.
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
Point Pure remote area bush camp is in Main Range National Park, about 120km south-west of Brisbane.
Before preparing to walk to remote camping areas, walkers should consider their experience and preparedness levels. A high level of physical fitness and navigational skills are essential.
- Plan to walk safely and be responsible.
- Familiarise yourself with the area before attempting an extended walk.
- Check park alerts for the latest information on access, closures and conditions.
- Research the route thoroughly and get local advice. Recommended maps for bushwalking are 1:25,000 topographic maps. It is also advisable to carry a recognised guidebook for the area.
- Carry good navigation and communication gear.
- Complete a bushwalking advice form and leave your plan with a responsible person.
- Contact your local walking club or Bushwalking Queensland for further information.
Camping permits are essential.
Before you visit
Point Pure remote area bush camp 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.
Camping area features: Located in open forest on Point Pure. Good views to the west over the rugged expanse of Glen Rock State Forest.
Location: Map Sheet: Glen Rock 9342-23, Grid Reference: 324 100, GPS Reference: 56J 0432403 6910033 (WGS 84).
Access: Nearest 2WD/4WD vehicle access is to the eastern end of East Haldon Road at the Casuarina camping area in Glen Rock State Forest.
Number of sites: Open area without separately-defined sites. Maximum of 8 people.
Camp sites are suitable for: self-sufficient, walk-in camping.
Camp site surface: Grass.
Facilities: None. 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. Use fuel stoves only.
Generator use: Not allowed.
Essentials to bring: Drinking water, extra food, first-aid kit, topographic map, compass, torch, warm clothing, wet weather gear, rubbish bags, insect repellent, fuel or gas stove and a small trowel for burying faecal waste. Read more about before you visit.
Bookings: book online or learn about our camping booking options.
Mobile phone coverage: Poor.