Crows Nest - Toowoomba Region
Item Code: DDQLD17
Crows Nest, Crown Nest National Park is about 6 km east of Crows Nest, 56 km north of Toowoomba. It is a great base camp from which to explore the Park's eucalypt-covered ranges and sheltered gorges.
Crows Nest, Crown Nest National Park, is a great base camp from which to explore the Park's eucalypt-covered ranges and sheltered gorges. This small shaded camp site boasts toilets, wood barbecues, 'boil-your-own-water' showers, and tap water. However it is advised you treat the water before consuption. The site is suitable for camper van's and tent campers.
There are plently of walking tracks in the park that make their way through massive granite gorges, past beautiful rock pools and out to impressive look outs and waterfalls. Cool off in one of the rock pools near the nearby picnic area. You may spot the odd sun baking rock wallaby.
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Cost: $5.75 PN | $23 per family group PN up to 8 people. Book in advance for camping on school holidays and long weekends. At other times, campers can either pre-book or self-register on arrival. Book online at www.nprsr.qld.gov.au or by phone on 13 74 68 (13 QGOV)
Getting there: From Toowoomba take the New England Hwy north about 56km to the small town of Crows Nest. From Crows Nest take Albert Street at the police station. This road truns into Three mile Rd and will take you out to the National Park and the signed campsite and picnic area.
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