The best camping near Blackdown Tableland National Park

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3 sites · RVs12000 acres · Dingo, QLD
Bridgewater is a working cattle property that borders the Dawson ranges. We are also located an hour from the Blackdown Tablelands. There is an abundance of native wildlife, and wide open skies great for stargazing at night. There is also an abundance of native trees and plenty of wood to collect for your fires at night when the season allows. Plenty of space to have privacy and relax in the bush with beautiful views of the mountains to the south and west. Located at the end of a 21km gravel council road you will be rewarded with beautiful views, sunrises, sunsets and peace and quiet in abundance apart from the wonderful wildlife that is. Pull in to a quiet bush setting, set up your fire pit for the evening and grab a drink and enjoy the birds come to life, perhaps see the wild horses, and cattle or the kangaroos, emus or brolgas go past. Enjoy a day trip to the stunning Blackdown Tablelands or simply relax in the beautiful surroundings. Bring your bikes for a ride on the dirt tracks. For safety though remember to supervise your kids at all times as we have open waterways and dams so there are some hazards. Also remember that eastern brown snakes are in this region so be snake aware. If you bring your pets they need to be on a leash at all times so that they are safe, there are sometimes Dingoes and wild pigs that wander through the property seasonally. There is some mobile phone service at the campsites but not always. We look forward to helping you enjoy your stay on our property. Guests must be fully self contained with their own toilet/shower facilities and must take all waste with them on departure. Campfires are welcome in the fire pit provided.
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The best camping near Blackdown Tableland National Park guide



Blackdown Tableland National Park invites adventurers to explore its unique sandstone landscapes, deep gorges, and cascading waterfalls. Elevated above the surrounding plains, the park offers cooler temperatures and a diverse range of activities from scenic drives to challenging hikes. Munall camping area provides a serene base amidst the wilderness, perfect for both day-trippers and overnight explorers seeking a tranquil retreat.

Notable campgrounds

  • Munall camping area - Nestled in a shady bush setting, this site is ideal for tent camping and close to walking tracks.

Tips for snagging a campsite

  • Book well in advance, especially during peak season from April to October and school holidays.
  • Check the park alerts for road conditions and access updates before planning your trip.
  • Remember to display your booking tag at your campsite upon arrival.
  • Explore nearby camping options if Munall camping area is fully booked.

When to go

The best time to visit Blackdown Tableland National Park is during the cooler months from April to October. This period offers pleasant temperatures for hiking and exploring. Summer can be hot and challenging for outdoor activities, while winter nights can drop below freezing, so come prepared for cold conditions.

Know before you go

  • Ensure your vehicle is suitable for the park's unsealed roads; a 4WD is recommended.
  • Bring enough food and water as there are no supplies available within the park.
  • Stay informed about current park conditions and closures by checking park alerts.
  • Respect the cultural significance of the area and stay on designated walking tracks.
  • Prepare for variable weather and pack appropriate clothing for both warm days and cool nights.

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