Can I camp in Carnarvon Gorge?
You can camp in the Carnarvon Gorge visitor area only during the Easter, June-July and September-October Queensland school holidays. At all other times of the year this area is closed to camping. The maximum length of stay at this camping area is 5 nights.
Can you stay at Carnarvon Gorge?
Carnarvon Gorge has a range of accommodation options including camping, powered and un-powered caravan sites, and safari cabins. However, not all accommodation providers are open year round.
How much does it cost to stay at Carnarvon Gorge?
From self-contained studios, cottages and cabins to glamping safari tents and standard caravanning and camping sites, you can map out your very own Carnarvon Gorge adventure between $36 and $215 per night.
Can you take a caravan into Carnarvon Gorge?
Is the Carnarvon Gorge camping area accessible for caravans or motorhomes? No, the Carnarvon Gorge camping area is not suitable for caravans or large motorhomes. However, suitable facilities are available just outside the national park all year round at Breeze Holiday Parks – Carnarvon Gorge and Sandstone Park.
Do you need a permit for Carnarvon Gorge?
Accommodation is available just outside the national park all year round at Breeze Holiday Parks – Carnarvon Gorge and seasonally at the Carnarvon Gorge Wilderness Lodge and Sandstone Park. Camping permits are required and fees apply. A tag with your booking number must be displayed at your campsite.
How many days should you spend at Carnarvon Gorge?
Take a walk at Carnarvon Gorge and explore the natural beauty of this rugged wilderness. A minimum of three days is recommended to walk the tracks, explore side gorges and visit Aboriginal art sites.
Can you swim at Carnarvon Gorge?
The gorge has many swimmable areas, however the Rock Pool is the only designated swimming area in the park. No diving or jumping in the Gorge due to submerged rocks and trees.
Are there crocodiles in Carnarvon?
They have also been recorded in isolated rivers in the Pilbara region, around Derby and Broome, and as far south as Carnarvon on the mid-west coast. Crocodiles and alligators both belong to the Order Crocodilia.
Are there crocodiles near Carnarvon?
Sightings of crocodiles in the Carnarvon area should be reported to the local DPaW office on 9941 3754. Estuarine and freshwater crocodiles are protected under the Wildlife Conservation Act 1950. They live in coastal rivers and creek systems, and often occur in open sea and around islands.