Dog-friendly barns near Moogerah

Dive into pristine lakes, majestic mountains, and bush adventures while camping near Moogerah.

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Nestled in the Scenic Rim region of Queensland, and just over an hour’s drive from Brisbane, Moogerah is the perfect destination for campers. Lake Moogerah, a central highlight, offers innumerable water activities while Moogerah Peaks National Park and Main Range National Park provide backdrops for bushwalking, birdwatching, and soaking in the natural beauty of the Australian landscape. With a range of campgrounds by each attraction, from unpowered pitches to fully-equipped caravan sites, Moogerah caters to all types of outdoor enthusiasts who appreciate like hot showers or firepits.

Where to go

Moogerah Peaks National Park

The rugged beauty of Moogerah Peaks National Park, a collection of ancient volcanic remnants, is just a short drive from Boonah. Ideal for bushwalking enthusiasts, the park offers trails leading to breathtaking views over the Scenic Rim. Nearby, holiday parks provide a great spot for overnight stays, with facilities like a camp kitchen, BBQ amenities, and proximity to the Gold Coast. It's also a fantastic base for exploring the park's unique landscape, including Mount Edwards and other peaks.

Lake Moogerah

A haven for water sports enthusiasts, Lake Moogerah is renowned for activities like kayaking, jet skiing, and fishing. The lake's shores are dotted with picnic tables, making it a great spot for a family day out. Settle down on the shores in a variety of camping options, from unpowered pitches to caravan sites with full amenities. The park's boat ramp makes it easy for campers to enjoy the lake at their leisure.

Main Range National Park

Main Range National Park, part of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Gondwana Rainforests, is a paradise for hikers and birdwatchers. This expansive park features diverse ecosystems, from rainforests to heathlands. Campers can explore famous trails, like Cunningham's Gap, or enjoy more secluded walks. The park offers several camping areas, some equipped with basic amenities like composting toilets and tap water for a comfortable bush getaway.

When to go

Moogerah enjoys a subtropical climate, with average summer temperatures around 29°C and winter temperatures of 17°C. The cooler months, from April to September, have minimal rainfall and are ideal for hiking and bushwalking. Lake Moogerah is popular in the summer, from December to February, for refreshing water-based activities.

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