Jourama Falls Camp Area, Paluma Range National Park is a shady grassed area without designated sites located beside Waterview Creek. This camping area is a popular swimming and is suitable for tent based camping, caravans, camper trailers, motor homes and larger groups. Facilities include composting toilets, a shower cubicle (bring your own shower bag), picnic tables, tap water (non-potable) and gas barbecues.
Fringed by rainforest, the nearby creek tumbles down many picturesque cascades, offering beautiful spots to relax, camp, walk and enjoy watching birds, butterflies and other native wildlife. The Falls themselves are about a 500m drive then a further 800m walk in from the campground and provide a most spectacular scene.
The site is pay to stay and not pet friendly. Booking essential.
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Cost: $5.95 per person per night, or $23.80 per family per night | Bookings can be made online at: http://parks.nprsr.qld.gov.au/permits
Getting there: 91km north of Townsville or 24km south of Ingham, via the Bruce Highway take Jourama Rd out to Jourama Falls Rd about 5km out to the well signed campground.
Seaforth Camp Reserve | Seaforth
North of Mackay, QLD
Seaforth Camping Reserve is a large shaded council run reserve on the beach at Seaforth. The ground has great amenities including toilets, coin operated hot showers, camp kitchen, bbqs, playground, dump point, beach swimming nets and is close to the towns general store.
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