The best camping near Undara Volcanic National Park

Discover the most magical spots to pitch your tent or park your rig on your next Undara Volcanic National Park adventure.

Explore the ancient Undara Volcanic National Park and its geological wonders.  

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The best camping near Undara Volcanic National Park guide



Embark on an adventure through the Undara Volcanic National Park, a landscape sculpted by volcanic activity. Traverse the rugged terrain to discover the park's extensive lava tube system, one of the longest in the world. While camping is not available within the park, the surrounding area offers accommodation options to suit any explorer's needs.

When to go

The best time to visit Undara Volcanic National Park is during the cooler, drier months from April to September. Avoid the wet season from December to March, when heavy rains can lead to closures of walking tracks and limit access to the park's features.

Know before you go

  • Check park alerts for track closures, especially during the wet season from December to March.
  • Wear sturdy footwear and bring plenty of water for walking amid the rugged terrain.
  • Respect the delicate ecosystem by staying on designated paths and not disturbing wildlife.
  • Prepare for limited mobile reception and plan your visit with maps and resources.
  • Visit nearby Ravenshoe or Mount Surprise for accommodation and further information on the park.

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