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Moondini Bluff Rest Area, Nullarbor WA

Moondini Bluff Rest Area

We only stayed 1 night across the Nullarbor and it was at the Moondini Bluff Rest Area, approx an hour and a half west of the Western Australia/ South Australia border. This was a free overnight stay.

There was no internet coverage. Drop Toilets were available however it was 42c this day and the toilets were swarming with Blowflies. There were no other facilities.

Watch the video for a full view of the Moondini Bluff Rest Area.

Our stay was 11th December 2016

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Brisbane to Darwin Free Camping

Brisbane to Darwin Free Camping

Places for Free Camping from Brisbane to Darwin are readily available as we travelled out through Mitchell to Longreach, up and over to the Queensland Border and along the Barkly Highway over to Darwin.

On our recent trip, our goal was to travel from Brisbane to Darwin free camping all of the way. However we couldn’t resist stopping in at just a couple of our favourite campgrounds. These are 3 that you simply can’t miss!

The distance from Brisbane City to Darwin City is 3,425.6kms. If you were to drive straight through it would take approx 38hours!

We drove from Brisbane to Mataranka in the NT in just 2 weeks but we recommend taking a little more time to relax and enjoy these awesome spots.

Since we have arrived in Darwin, we have been able to relax and enjoy free camping right opposite the beach.

Free Camping from Brisbane to the Queensland/Northern Territory Border

Read more: Our Best Free Camps in Australia

16 Great Free Camping Areas and Must Stop Campgrounds from Brisbane to Darwin

Here is our list of 13 great Free Camping Areas from Brisbane to Darwin along with 3 awesome unmissable campgrounds.

Yes, our list of Free Camping does include 3 paid Campgrounds, because they are amazing and worth visiting along this trip.

Naturally this is only a guide and there are many other places but these are the free camping areas we have discovered as we travelled from Brisbane to Darwin.

Brisbane to Darwin Free Camping - Gatton

Free Camping Brisbane to the Qld/NT Border

1. Gatton RV Friendly Park, William Kemp Park, Gatton

The Gatton RV Friendly Park is a great free stop over for Self -Contained RV’s. The William Kemp Park is in a perfect location, right beside the river and only 150 metres to the main street of town.

Only fully self-contained RV’s are allowed as there are no toilets. Sleeping in tents, swags and  normal passenger vehicles is not permitted.

Drinking water is available and there are picnic tables, barbecues and bins also. Naturally, there is no power. Generators are allowed.

A limit of 48 hours applies and cost to stay is Free.

The William Kemp Park has a Dump Point and is pet friendly. Dogs must be kept on a lead at all times.

We had good Telstra phone reception and our stay was on 4th May 2021.

Distance from Brisbane

Distance by road from Brisbane to Gatton is 91.9kms. It takes about an hour and a half from Lawnton on Brisbane’s Northside where we left from to get to Gatton.

Phone: 07 5466 3425
Address:  23 East Street, Gatton, Queensland
Website:

Gatton RV Friendly Park

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Brisbane to Darwin Free Camping at Miles

2. Miles Rest Stop, Moraby Park, Miles

The Miles Rest Stop at Moraby Park is just under 1km out of Miles next to the R.J. Simpson Bridge. On the other side of the road, there is plenty of space that may also be used as a free stopover.

Please be aware that this free Miles Rest Stop is a combined heavy vehicle and motorist rest area therefore please do not park in the truck area and ensure there is plenty of room for trucks to pull in both day and night.

These rest areas are designed as a 20 hour stop and rest area. They are not to be utilised as long term camping sites.

Cost to stay is Free.

Toilets, picnic tables and bins are provided as well as barbecues. The Rest Area is accessible to Motorhomes, Caravans, Camper Trailers, Big Rigs. Also tents are allowed.

Water is available at the Miles Information Centre as there is no potable water available at the Miles Rest Area.

We had good Telstra phone reception and stayed here overnight on 8th September, 2017 and for a lunch stop on 5th May 2021.

Distance from Brisbane

Distance by road from Brisbane to Miles is 336.6kms and the distance between Gatton and Miles is 244.7kms.

It takes approximately 4 hours to drive from Brisbane to Miles.

Phone: 13 74 68
Address:  Warrego & Leichhardt Highway, Miles
Website: 

Read more: Miles Rest Stop

Brisbane to Darwin Free Camping Miles Rest Area

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Brisbane to Darawin Free Camping at Mitchell
Brisbane to Darawin Free Camping at Mitchell

3. Neil Turner Weir, Mitchell

The Neil Turner Weir has an extensive camping area right on the bank of the Maranoa River and alongside the weir wall. There is plenty of space for all size vehicles.

Just 4kms from the heart of town, the Neil Turner Weir is an fabulous place to camp while you explore Mitchell.

Don’t miss a visit to the Great Artesian Spa while you are in Mitchell. The natural hot artesian pool water is 39 degrees but there is also a cold pool as well!

Cost to stay is free. If you enjoy staying at the Neil Turner Weir, a donation would be appreciated to help maintain this great camping area. There is no maximum night limit.

Toilets, picnic benches, barbecues and a small playground is provided. There is also a boat ramp available.

Pets are allowed and you are permitted to have campfires. There is no Dump Point at the Neil Turner Weir Campground however there is one at the Showgrounds just 5 minutes away.

We had good Telstra phone reception and our stay was 4th & 5th May 2021.

Distance from Brisbane

Distance by road from Brisbane to Mitchell is 565.6kms and the distance between Miles and Mitchell is 229kms.

Brisbane to Mitchell takes about 6 and a half hours to drive.

Phone: N/A
Address: River Street, Mitchell, Queensland
Website: N/A

Great Artesian Spa at Mitchell

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Brisbane to Darwin Free Camping at Tambo
Brisbane to Darwin Free Camping at Tambo

4. Stubby Bend by Barcoo River, Tambo

Stubby Bend right on the banks of the Barcoo River in Tambo offers an awesome free camping spot.

Only fully self-contained vehicles are permitted as there are no amenities.

There is plenty to see and do in Tambo which is just a minutes and within walking distance to town.

Don’t miss a visit to the Tambo Teddies and check out the hilarious Ben’s Chicken Races at the Carrangarra Hotel Tambo where proceeds go to the Royal Flying Doctor Service.

Ben's Chicken Races in Tambo

Facilities are limited but there are picnic tables, seats and bins. Take care of this natural environment and keep it clean, please do not throw any rubbish into the river.

Take the Coolibah Walk along the river bank from the Stubby Bend Camping Area and check out the historic Qantas Crash Site.

Cost to stay is Free but there is a 72 hour limit.

Generators are allowed at the Stubby Bend Camping Area and it is pet friendly. Care should be taken in wet weather as the river is subject to flooding. Parking on the gravel area is strongly recommended during these times.

We had Telstra phone coverage during our stay on 7th May 2021.

Distance from Brisbane

Distance by road from Brisbane to Tambo is 864.2kms and the distance between Mitchell and Tambo is 298.6kms.

Driving from Brisbane to Tambo will take around 9 and a half hours.

Phone: 07 4621 6600
Address:  Dawson Development Road, Tambo, Queensland
Website:

Tambo Teddies
Tambo Teddies

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Lara Wetlands - Favourite Campground between Brisbane and Darwin
Lara Wetlands – One of our favourite Campgrounds between Brisbane and Darwin

5. Lara Wetlands, Patrick

Since experiencing the magnificent Lara Wetlands for the first time in 2017, we cannot miss staying at this awesome campground whenever we pass through this region.

Lara Wetlands is just 30kms south of Balcaldine and is part of the 15,000 acre working Lara Cattle Station.

There is plenty of space to camp right alongside the edge of the lake which provides an awesome setting at sunrise and sunset with the colours reflecting on the water.

The birdlife is amazing and a photographers dream!

Enjoy a swim in the natural hot thermal pool or the cold spring pool. Kayaks and bicycles are complimentary during your stay so you can paddle around the shallow lake or cycle around it for a bit of fun!

All sites are unpowered and cost to stay is $25 per night for 2 people. No bookings are required and Motorhomes, Caravans, Camper trailers, Big Rigs and Tents are all welcome.

Lara Wetlands at sunrise

There are flushing toilets and hot showers, a Camp Kitchen, barbecues and playground. Also drinking water is available but not for hook-up.

A Dump Site or Funny Dunny as they call it is available. Pets are allowed but your dogs must be kept on a leash at all times.

Generators are permitted between 8 – 10am in the morning and 3 – 5pm in the afternoons. Fire pits are readily available and firewood may be purchased from the office.

Mobile Phone reception is very limited, basically there is none.

Our stays to date include 3rd & 4th September 2017 and 8th & 9th May 2021.

Distance from Brisbane

Distance from Brisbane to Lara Wetlands in Patrick is 1042.0kms and the distance between Tambo and Lara Wetlands is 177.8kms.

Lara Wetlands is 11 1/2 hours drive from Brisbane and approximately 20-25 mins from Barcaldine.

Phone:  0457 661 243
Address: 39052 Landsborough Highway, Barcaldine, Queensland
Website:

Read more: Lara Wetlands

Lara Wetlands Hot Pool

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Brisbane to Darwin Free Camping at Barcaldine
Brisbane to Darwin Free Camping at Barcaldine

6. Barcaldine East Rest Area, Barcaldine

Barcaldine has two free Rest Areas and on both occasions we have chosen to stay at the Barcadine East Rest Area. It is located alongside the Capricorn Highway and only just over 3kms east of the heart of Barcaldine.

The other is the Barcaldine South Rest Area on the Landsborogh Highway as you head up to Barcaldine from Lara Wetlands but further out of town.

Barcaldine is famous for the Tree of Knowledge, the birth place of the Australian Labor Party and the Great Shearers Strike.

Tree of Knowledge under lights at night

Barcaldine East Rest Area is suitable for Motohomes, Caravans, Camper Trailers and Big Rigs. Tents are allowed also. Please note this is also a Truck Rest Stop Area so make sure not to park in the truck bays.

There are toilets, sheltered picnic tables and bins provided. It is pet friendly and there is drinking water available. A Dump Point is available at the Showgrounds just a few kilometres away.

Cost to stay is free but limited to a 24hr stay only.

We had good Telstra phone coverage during our stays – 2nd September 2017 and 10th May 2021.

Barcaldine is usually called Barcy by the locals.

Distance from Brisbane

Distance by road from Brisbane to Barcaldine is 1071.9kms and the distance between Lara Wetlands and Barcaldine is just 29.9kms.

It will take the most part of 12 hours to drive to Barcaldine from Brisbane.

Phone: N/A
Address: Capricorn Highway, Barcaldine, Queensland
Website: N/A

Read more: Barcaldine Travellers Rest Stop

Aramac
Kev butting heads on the Aramac/Lake Dunn Sculpture Trail hehe

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Apex Riverside Bush Camp Longreach

7. Apex Riverside Park on the Thomson River, Longreach

Longreach offers a very low cost camping area right on the Thomson River for just $5 per night.

At such a reasonable low cost per night we have included it in our Brisbane to Darwin Free Camping list as the cost is negligible.

Camping Fees can be paid at the Longreach Visitor Information Centre in Eagle Street. Alternatively, you can place the cash in the honesty box on site under the sign.

The Apex Riverside Park does not have any powered sites and has limited facilities providing just bins and toilets but no showers.

Potable water and a Dump Point are just a short drive into town at the Caravan Day Parking Area in Kite Street.

Thomson River at sunset

Although the camping area is a dirt surface and a little dusty, it is more than adequate to camp up for a number of nights while you explore the fabulous town of Longreach. It is suitable for Motorhomes, Caravans, Camper Trailers, Tents and Big Rigs and when busy there is an overflow area across the road.

Cost to stay is $5 per night or $27 for the week and our stays to date are 29th August to 1st September 2017 and 11th May 2021.

It is pet friendly and you will find chickens, roosters and brolgas roaming freely throughout the campground.

We had good Telstra and Optus Phone coverage.

Distance from Brisbane

Distance from Brisbane to is 1178.8kms and the distance between Barcaldine and Longreach is 106.9kms.

Longreach is almost 13 hours drive from Brisbane.

Phone: 07 4658 4150
Address:  Landsborough Highway, Longreach, Queensland
Website:

Read more: Apex Riverside Park, Longreach

Qantas Founders Museum

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Brisbane to Darwin Free Camping at Winton
Brisbane to Darwin Free Camping at The Long Waterhole Winton

8. Long Waterhole, Winton

The Long Waterhole is a great free camping area just 2 kms out of town and a great base to explore all of the awesome attractions in Winton.

It is a man-made waterhole and was once home to the World Crayfish Derby.

Winton locals use the waterhole for swimming in the hot Summer months and we camped right alongside the water’s edge.

Even though it is a large area, it can get busy therefore if you are looking for a spot by the river, you are best to arrive early in the day.

There are no facilities at this camping area. As there are no bins, you need to take all of your rubbish out with you. Rubbish should not to be burned, buried or dumped.

Brisbane to Darwin Free Camping at Winton

Care should be taken in wet weather as the Long Waterhole Camping Area can be affected by rain and flood water. You will need to evacuate the area in these types of conditions.

It is suitable for all types of RV vehicles and tent camping. The Long Waterhole Campground is pet friendly with cows roaming freely and although we missed seeing them, emus roam the area as well.

Cost to stay is free and our stay was 12th May 2021. No maximum night stay applies.

Fires are permitted as long as there are no fire restrictions in place at the time. Please extinguish all fires water after use.

We had Telstra phone coverage.

Distance from Brisbane

Distance by road from Brisbane to Winton is 1357.4kms and the distance between Longreach and Winton is 178.6kms.

It takes around 14 hours and 40 minutes to drive from Brisbane to Longreach in Queensland.

Phone: 07 4657 2668
Address:  Winton- Jundah Road, Winton, Queensland
Website:

Waltzing Matilda Centre Winton
Waltzing Matilda Centre at Winton

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Brisbane to Darwin Free Camping at Corella Dam
Brisbane to Darwin Free Camping at Corella Dam

9. Corella Dam and Clem Walton Park

Corella Dam is located half way between Cloncurry and Mount Isa and is one of the most awesome free camping areas in Australia.

The lake was created with the construction of the Clem Walton Dam in 1959 to provide a water supply for nearly town and uranium mine at Mary Kathleen.

Camp right beside the lake at Corella Dam or behind the dam wall down by the Corella River. On both occasions, we have camped beside the water’s edge with views of the lake and Corella Dam.

Brisbane to Darwin Free Camping at Corella Dam
Corella River

There are no facilities when bush camping at Corella Dam therefore campers must be self-sufficient and take all rubbish with you when you leave.

At the adjacent Clem Walton Park Campground by the Corella River, there are toilets, picnic tables and bins for rubbish to be disposed of properly.

Both Corella Dam and Clem Walton Park are pet friendly. Pets must be controlled at all times and you must also pick up after them.

Cattle do roam freely in the Corella Dam and Clem Walton Park camping areas.

Cost to stay is free and our stays include 22nd – 25th July 2017 and 13th -14th May 2021.

We had no Telstra phone coverage and no Vodafone service. Basically there is one spot at Corella Dam you might get some basic coverage.

Generators are allowed at Corella Dam.

Distance from Brisbane

Distance by road from Brisbane to Corella Dam is 1761kms and the distance between Winton and Corella Dam is 403.6kms.

It takes approximately 19 hours to drive from Brisbane to Corella Dam. It is about 35 minutes to Corella Dam from Cloncurry and 50 minutes from Mount Isa.

Phone: N/A
Address: Clem Walton Park Road, off the Barkly Highway west of Cloncurry, Queensland
Website: N/A

Read more: Corella Dam

Mary Kathleen

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Camooweal

10. Camooweal Billabong, Camooweal

Bush Camping is available right beside Lake Francis, a spectacular billabong on the Georgina River just south of the town of Camooweal.

The Camooweal Billabong has no facilities at the camping area so campers must be self-sufficient. As there are no toilets or bins you must taken all of your rubbish with you.

To access this great camping area, head south down a gravel road a short distance from the Barkly Highway after crossing the Georgina River west of town if travelling from Camooweal.

It is accessible for Motorhomes, Caravans, Camper Trailers and Big Rigs and tent camping is allowed.

Cost to stay is Free. Pets are permitted and there is Telstra Phone reception available.

Camooweal is your last stop before the Northern Territory border just 10 minutes away.

Distance from Brisbane

Distance by road from Brisbane to Camooweal is 2015.3kms and the distance betwen Corella Dam and Camooweal is 254.3kms.

Phone:  N/A
Address: Gravel Road to the South between bridges off Barkly H’way west of Camooweal, Qld
Website: N/A

5 Essentials – Camping Accessories

A good Tent or Swag is the first decision for going camping. We like the Coleman Tent from Tentworld or the Wanderer 7 Man Tent from BCF. For a Swag, we were so close to buying the Kings Double Swag from 4WD Supacentre.

We like our BCF Wanderers Camping Chair which gets a lot of use as we travel Australia.

No more lugging around a huge BBQ and gas bottle now that we have a brilliant Gasmate Dual Burner Butane Cooktop from Tentworld

A good Portable Fridge Freezer we have found to keep the beers cold and steaks frozen are the Kings 70 L Fridge Freezer in the budget range, the Waeco 75L Dual Zone Fridge Freezer or the ever popular and long lasting Engel 75L Fridge Freezer.

A good quality Hand Held UHF is ideal and I like this Uniden UH750 5 watt UHF for long range and quality. The 5 watt range will give you maximum distance, especially if you need help!

NT Qld Border
Free Camping from Qld/NT Border to Darwin

Free Camping – Qld/NT Border to Darwin

There are quite a number of free camping spots after you cross the Queensland/Northern Territory Border along the Barkly Highway and up the Stuart Highway to Darwin.

11. Soudan Bore on the Barkly Highway, Ranken

Soudan Bore is a great free Highway Rest Area on the Barkly Highway at Ranken.

We liked it because we could set up camp back a little from the highway and had little problems with noise from the road.

The area was flat and easy to get level and there was heaps of space.

It makes a great stopover when you are looking to break up your journey when doing a lot of highway driving in the Northern Territory.

Brisbane to Darwin Free Camping at Soudan Bore
Brisbane to Darwin Free Camping at Soudan Bore

There are no toilets so you must have a fully self-contained vehicle. It is accessible to Motorhomes, Caravans, Camper Trailers and Big Rigs.

Bins are provided and there are BBQ plates that can be used over an open fire.

Cost to stay is Free and limited to 24hrs.

There is no phone coverage available but it is pet friendly.

Distance from Brisbane and Darwin

Distance by road from Brisbane to Soudan Bore is 2146.3kms and the distance between Camooweal and Soudan Bore is 131kms.

Soudan Bore is 1,276 kms and approximately 13 hours drive to Darwin.

Phone: N/A
Address: Barkly Highway, Ranken, Northern Territory
Website: N/A

Brisbane to Darwin Free Camping at Soudan Bore
Soudan Bore Sunet

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Brisbane to Darwin Free Camping at Newcastle Waters Rest Area
Brisbane to Darwin Free Camping at Newcastle Waters Rest Area

12. Newcastle Waters on Stuart Highway, Pamayu

Newcastle Waters Rest Area right on the Stuart Highway is another great free Rest Stop that you can stay overnight to break up your highway journey in the Northern Territory.

There are toilets, picnic tables and bins provided. It is also pet friendly.

There are limited spaces so best to arrive as early in the day as possible although we did arrive mid afternoon and snared a spot.

The Newcastle Waters Rest Area is accessible to Motorhomes, Caravans and Camper Trailers. Big Rigs are allowed but navigating and finding a spot might be challenging. Tents are also allowed but would be difficult to find a suitable space to setup.

Cost to stay is Free and limited to a 24 hour stay.

Our stays include 24 May 2017 and 16 May 2021.

We had Telstra Phone Coverage but no Vodafone or Optus service.

Distance from Brisbane and Darwin

Distance by road from Brisbane to Newcastle Waters is 2616.3kms and the distance between Soudan Bore and Newcastle Waters is 470kms.

To Darwin, Newcastle Waters Rest Area is 737 kms and approx 7 hours and 45 minutes to drive.

Phone: N/A
Address: Stuart Highway, Pamayu, Northern Territory
Website: N/A

Read more: Newcastle Waters Free Camp

Daly Waters Pub
The iconic Daly Waters Pub

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Feeding the buffalo at Little Roper Stockcamp
Feeding the buffalo at Little Roper Stockcamp

13. Little Roper Stockcamp, Mataranka

One of our favourite campgrounds in Australia is the Little Roper Stockcamp at Mataranka.

The Little Roper Stockcamp is not only a great place to stay but also offers a enjoyable and entertaining experience as well.

There are farm animals including buffalo, pigs and chooks and it is great fun for kids of all ages to hand feed hay to the buffalo. They also have pet snakes and lizards for you to hold.

There’s even a pet salt water crocodile! Petting the salty is not recommended nor is it allowed!!

Little Johnny Cakes are available for $1.50 and cooked up each morning at around 8am. They are delicious. It is usually after Breakfast that Des will bring out the pet snakes and lizards.

The Community campfire is lit every evening. You can cook dinner in your own camp oven or one of the ones provided. They also do special Camp Oven Dinner Nights.

Little Roper Stockcamp

Cost to stay is $35 for a powered site for 2 people and $30 for unpowered. Our stays include 25th – 27th May 2017 and 17th May 2021.

Little Roper Stockcamp is pet friendly and there is Telstra coverage but no Vodafone or Optus.

Distance from Brisbane and Darwin

Distance by road from Brisbane to Mataranka is 3001.6kms and the distance between Newcastle Waters and Little Roper Stockcamp is 385.3kms.

From Little Roper Stockcamp it is 454 kms and a 5 hour drive to Darwin.

Phone: 0427 880 819
Address: 547 Homestead Road Mataranka NT
Website:

Read more about: Little Roper Stockcamp

Bitter Springs

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Gravel Stockpile site
Brisbane to Darwin Free Camping at the Gravel Stockpile Site, Coomalie

14. Gravel Stockpile Site, Coomalie Creek

At Coolamlie Creek on the Stuart Highway is the Gravel Stockpile Site, a free campground which is close to the turn off to Litchfield National Park.

We wanted to pull up to a free camping area as close to Litchfield National Park so we could arrive early and secure a site at the busy Florence Falls Campground the next day.

This is a very basic gravelled camping area and has absolutely no facilities.

The Camping area is pet friendly and therefore dogs are permitted to stay here.

It is set back from the highway and is easily accessible by Motorhomes, Caravans, Camper Trailers and Big Rigs. Also it is suitable for tent camping.

Cost to stay is free. There is limited Telstra phone reception.

Distance from Brisbane and Darwin

Distance by road from Brisbane to Coomalie is 3356,7kms and the distance between Little Roper Stockcamp and Gravel Stockpile Site is 355.1kms.

Coomalie Creek Rest Area is 116kms and a hour and a half drive to Darwin.

Phone: N/A
Address:  Stuart Highway, Coomalie Creek, Northern Territory
Website:  N/A

Florence Falls Campground LNP

15. Florence Falls Campground, Litchfield National Park

The Florence Falls Campground, located in the magnificent Litchfield National Park, is one of the best campgrounds in Australia and we think the best spot to stay in Litchfield.

It’s within walking distance to the spectacular Florence Falls which includes 135 steps to reach the plunge pool but if you are able, it is definitely worth it.

Camping is available all year round and camping fees are payable upon arrival.

Place the correct amount of cash in the payment box at the pay station and clearly display the carbonised copy on your vehicle and you’re done.

Florence Falls Campground Pay Station

There are toilets and showers. Both a Dump Point and potable water is available nearby in Batchelor.

A fire pit with barbecue plate is available at each site.

Some sites at the 2WD Campground are very spacious and suitable for all sizes vehicles and tents.

Cost to stay per night is $6.60 Adults, $3.30 Children and $15 for Families. Our stays include 25th-27th June 2017 and 19th – 20th May 2021.

There is no Telstra coverage at the Campground. Sometimes network comes on but it’s so little you can’t use it and it doesn’t stay for very long.

Florence Falls Campground is in Litchfield National Park so pets are not permitted.

Generators are not allowed.

Distance from Brisbane and Darwin

Distance by road from Brisbane to Florence Falls Campground is 3391.7kms and the distance between the Gravel Stockpile Site and Florence Falls is 35kms.

Florence Falls Campground is 169kms to Darwin and takes around 2 1/4 hours.

Phone: 08 3999 3973
Address:
Florence Falls Trail off Litchfield Park Rd, Litchfield National Park, Northern Territory
Website:

Read more: Florence Falls Campground Litchfield National Park

Wangi Falls
Wangi Falls in Litchfield National Park

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Brisbane to Darwin Free Camping at Gunn Point

16. Gunn Point, near Darwin

There is a fabulous free camp about an hour out of Darwin where you can camp right on the open beachfront.

Fabulous views of the ocean with stunning over water sunsets are just a couple of reasons that make this a spectacular place to camp.

Fishing can be enjoyed off the beach or at the mouth of the creek although it is much better if you have a boat.

Catching crabs out from Gunn Point

There are no toilets so camping is only suitable for self-contained vehicles.

Access to the Gunn Point camping area is via a rough dirt track with a lot of mounds and ditches. We were only able to navigate our way in with our Motorhome as we had the help from our friends.

In wet weather, access would be impossible for us.

Potable water is only available from in town at Palmerston or Coolalinga, approx. 35 minutes from Gunn Point and the only public Dump Point in Darwin is at the Greyhound Club at Winellie, about 50 mins away.

Pets are permitted as well as campfires. Having a campfire with the sun setting over the water in the background is totally awesome.

Brisbane to Darwin Free Camping at Gunn Point
Firey Sunsets

Crocodiles, Sharks and Stingers including Box Jellyfish are in these waters so swimming is not advisable.

Cost to stay is free and we have enjoyed camping with our friends for a number of weeks.

We have had better Vodafone reception with 2-3 bars of 4G compared to only 1 bar of 4G with Telstra. Telstra drops in and out whereas Vodafone has been consistently pretty good.

Distance from Brisbane and Darwin

Distance by road from Brisbane to Gunn Point is 3490.7kms and the distance between Florence Falls Campground and Gunn Point is 99kms.

From Palmerston it is about 45 mins to Gunn Point and approx. 1hr 10 mins from Darwin.

Phone: N/A
Address: Dirt Track Off Gunn Point Road, Gunn Point, Northern Territory
Website:

Read about: Darwin Camping at Gunn Point

Brisbane to Darwin Free Camping at Gunn Point

Distances by Road between each stop

Here is a rough guide to the distances by road from Brisbane to each of the campgrounds we stopped at as we travelled from Brisbane to Darwin free camping all of the way plus 3 favourite campgrounds you simply cannot miss!

Name of Place Name of Free Camp/CampgroundKms from BrisbaneKms from Prev. Stop
GattonWilliam Kemp Park91.9kms91.9kms
MilesMoraby Park336.6kms244.7kms
MitchellNeil Turner Weir565.6kms229kms
TamboStubby Bend by Barcoo864.2kms298.6kms
PatrickLara Wetlands1042kms177.8kms
BarcaldineBarcaldine East Rest Area1071.9kms29.9kms
LongreachApex Riverside Bush Camp1178.8kms106.9kms
WintonThe Long Waterhole1357.4kms178.6kms
Corella DamCorella Dam/Clem Walton Pk1761kms403.6kms
CamoowealCamooweal Billabong2015.3kms254.3kms
RankinSoudan Bore2146.3kms131kms
PamayuNewcastle Waters Rest Area2616.3kms470kms
MatarankaLittle Roper Stockcamp3001.6kms385.3kms
Coomalie CreekGravel Stockpile Site3356.7kms355.1kms
Litchfield National ParkFlorence Falls Campground3391.7kms35kms
DarwinGunn Point3.490.7kms99kms

Other great places to stay along the way

Here are some other free camping areas, campgrounds and caravan parks that are also great to stay at when travelling from Brisbane to Darwin.

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Saving money on accommodation allows us to spend this money on tours, attractions and other general travel expenses. Our goal to travel from Brisbane to Darwin free camping all of the way has been successful!

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Kev & Adele
Indefinite Leave

We are Adele & Kevin, an Aussie couple from Brisbane in Queensland Australia who have embraced our adventurous spirit and ventured out to explore the world around us. We had spent so much time overseas we decided it was time to see our own truly amazing country and we needed to take some time to see everything it has to offer.

Our Aim is to inspire others to travel and help design the greatest adventure they can experience.

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Photography and Socials

Our camera equipment we use for all our photos and videos are:

Samsung Note 10 Plus Phone – https://ebay.to/2XOjXhi – Most of our photos are simply from our phones. The Samsung phone cameras are pretty insane. Our phones have 512gb storage in ours but the 256gb in this one is heaps. We have sourced this one which is approx $500 less than we paid for ours.

Canon 800d – https://ebay.to/2XQYnsk – the latest DSLR Canon 24mp camera, buy here to save.

Lenses

Canon 50mm lens – https://ebay.to/2yQwPed  This is the lens I use the least, ideal for still, close up shots.
Canon 24-105mm lenshttps://ebay.to/3eCueUo This is my all round, everyday use, zoom lens. Amazing quality, great price.
Canon 70-300mm lens – https://ebay.to/2XlOZ0I – I use this one a lot for long range shots.
Sigma 10-20mm lenshttps://ebay.to/2TWt0vA  – My wide angle lens for all my inside photos & video plus lots more, love this lens.

Our Go Pro 7 Hero Black – https://ebay.to/38wMc7V  –  is an awesome piece of equipment. I use this for all underwater, action video and some general use. Buy here brand new and great value.

Mavic Pro Platinum Drone – https://ebay.to/2ARPxTo  This is an absolute ripper of a drone. The Fly More Combo will provide you with everything you will need. I use this for all my aerial footage and this price is well below other retail stores.

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Camp Grounds

Longreach Camping Area Qld

Apex Riverside Park

The Apex Riverside Park Longreach Camping Area is the perfect location to stay when exploring the area. It is an easy 3 kms out of town. Plus, it is situated right on the Thompson River which we hear is great for fishing.

For a very low cost Longreach Camping option, you cannot go past the Apex Riverside Park at Longreach.

It provides an awesome affordable base to allow you to explore Longreach and all the wonderful experiences it has to offer.

Longreach Camping

Longreach Camping Facilities – Apex Riverside Park

This Longreach camping ground provides Toilets, Bins, BBQ’s and Water. Potable Water is available from the Caravan Day Parking Area on Kite Street in Longreach.

A Dump Point facility is available only minutes away in the town of Longreach .

We had good Telstra and Optus coverage.

There is no power at the Apex Riverside Park Longreach Camping area however generators are permitted.

Apex Riverside Park Camping Area Longreach

Is the Apex Riverside Park Longreach Camping Area Pet Friendly?

The Apex Riverside Park camping ground in Longreach is pet friendly. Dogs are therefore allowed. You will find chickens, roosters and brolgas roaming freely througout the campground.

We parked near to the toilets as the campground is based on dirt. Therefore given where we were, we didn’t have too many people driving past and fortunately didn’t find it overly dusty. It does get busy in the afternoon.

During our second Longreach Camping stay, it was quite full so we joined others in the overflow area on the opposite side of the road.

Our Longreach Camping in the Apex Riverside Park Overflow on 11 May 2021

Enjoy the video for more details.

The cost to stay at the Apex Riverside Park, Longreach is just $3 per day or $15 per week.
Update 2021: $5 per night per vehicle or $27 per week.

Our Longreach Camping stays at the Apex Riverside Park are 29th August to 1st September 2017 and 11th May 2021

Apex Riverside Park Longreach Camping Contact Details:

Phone:  07 4658 4150
Address: Lot 206 Landsborough Highway, Longreach, Queensland
Website:

How to get to the Longreach Camping Area

Take the Landsborough Highway north from Longreach and take the first right before crossing the river.

Follow the road and turn left at the T Junction. The Apex Riverside Park Longreach Camping Area will very soon be on your left.

Longreach Camping at the Apex Riverside Park
Longreach Camping at the Apex Riverside Park

5 Essentials – Camping Accessories

A good Tent or Swag is the first decision for going camping. We like the Coleman Tent from Tentworld or the Wanderer 7 Man Tent from BCF. For a Swag, we were so close to buying the Kings Double Swag from 4WD Supacentre.

We like our BCF Wanderers Camping Chair which gets a lot of use as we travel Australia.

No more lugging around a huge BBQ and gas bottle now that we have a brilliant Gasmate Dual Burner Butane Cooktop from Tentworld

A good Portable Fridge Freezer we have found to keep the beers cold and steaks frozen are the Kings 70 L Fridge Freezer in the budget range, the Waeco 75L Dual Zone Fridge Freezer or the ever popular and long lasting Engel 75L Fridge Freezer.

A good quality Hand Held UHF is ideal and I like this Uniden UH750 5 watt UHF for long range and quality. The 5 watt range will give you maximum distance, especially if you need help!

Longreach Camping Area

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What else is there to do in Longreach?

There is so much to see and enjoy at Longreach. Be sure to give yourself plenty of time to enjoy the reinvigorated outback town. We recommend you allow at least 4-5 days.

We thoroughly enjoyed all Longreach has to offer and their unique experiences are some of our favourite experiences in all of Australia.

Read more: Our Favourite Experiences as we Travel Australia

Things to do in Longreach ASHOF

Australian Stockman’s Hall of Fame & Outback Heritage Centre

Longreach is known as the heart of the outback Queensland and for the Australian Stockman’s Hall of Fame. It truly is a magnificent centre and has received a $15m makeover.

We not only looked through all of the amazing exhibits and galleries but also made the most of the opportunity and did the complete experience which included the live show which we thoroughly enjoyed and certainly recommend.

Live Show ASHOF

Qantas Founders Museum

Another of the top tourist attractions in Longreach.

There were two things we wanted to explore while we were in Longreach and the Qantas Founders Museum, Longreach, Queensland was one of them!

We can happily tick it off our list. It was great to wander through the museum and the National Heritage listed Q.A.N.T.A.S. Hanger and see the history of Qantas and the advancement from the 1920’s.

It was an exceptional experience doing the 747 and 707 Jet Tour and Wing Walk in addition to checking out this amazing museum.

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Outback Pioneers Starlight Cruise

Outback Pioneers Tours & Experiences

Outback Pioneers have created 3 fabulous tours providing unique experiences showcasing the pioneering past of Australia’s iconic outback and we thoroughly enjoyed two of them.

The Cobb & Co Stagecoach Experience provides Australia’s only stagecoach gallop!

Besides the tremendous thrill of riding in an authentic restored stagecoach, you are treated to a delicious home-made morning tea, an Australian movie in a Retro Cinema and the hilarious old time tent show!

The Starlight’s Cruise provides a sensational sunset cruise along the majestic Thomson River, a traditonal aussie bush dinner, after dinner entertainment including the barefoot poet, a light and sound show finishing with billy tea and damper.

The Cobb & Co Stagecoach Experience as well as the Starlight’s Cruise Experience are highly recommended and not to be missed when visiting Longreach.

Read more about our: Top 10 Things to Do in Longreach

Outback Pioneers Experiences

Other great places to stay near Longreach:

Thomson River sunset

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Kev & Adele
Indefinite Leave

We are Adele & Kevin, an Aussie couple from Brisbane in Queensland Australia who have embraced our adventurous spirit and ventured out to explore the world around us. We had spent so much time overseas we decided it was time to see our own truly amazing country and we needed to take some time to see everything it has to offer.

Our Aim is to inspire others to travel and help design the greatest adventure they can experience.

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Photography and Socials

Our camera equipment we use for all our photos and videos are:

Samsung Note 10 Plus Phone – https://ebay.to/2XOjXhi – Most of our photos are simply from our phones. The Samsung phone cameras are pretty insane. Our phones have 512gb storage in ours but the 256gb in this one is heaps. We have sourced this one which is approx $500 less than we paid for ours.

Canon 800d – https://ebay.to/2XQYnsk – the latest DSLR Canon 24mp camera, buy here to save.

Lenses

Canon 50mm lens – https://ebay.to/2yQwPed  This is the lens I use the least, ideal for still, close up shots.
Canon 24-105mm lenshttps://ebay.to/3eCueUo This is my all round, everyday use, zoom lens. Amazing quality, great price.
Canon 70-300mm lens – https://ebay.to/2XlOZ0I – I use this one a lot for long range shots.
Sigma 10-20mm lenshttps://ebay.to/2TWt0vA  – My wide angle lens for all my inside photos & video plus lots more, love this lens.

Our Go Pro 7 Hero Black – https://ebay.to/38wMc7V  –  is an awesome piece of equipment. I use this for all underwater, action video and some general use. Buy here brand new and great value.

Mavic Pro Platinum Drone – https://ebay.to/2ARPxTo  This is an absolute ripper of a drone. The Fly More Combo will provide you with everything you will need. I use this for all my aerial footage and this price is well below other retail stores.

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Florence Falls Campground, Litchfield National Park NT

Florence Falls Campground

Litchfield National Park is a fantastic location south of Darwin in the Northern Territory. Within a short walking distance to Florence Falls is the Florence Falls Campground.

The campground is excellent with big sites making it easy to park your Caravan, 4WD or Motorhome. 

There are two camping areas at the Florence Falls Campground. The lower level and old 4WD Campground has smaller sites that are more suited to campervans and tent camping with the upper level campground suitable for all 2WD.

Florence Falls Campground Facilities

Most of the camp sites in the Florence Falls Campground are sloping so you may need to level up your Van.

The sites are all gravel and they are all unpowered. There are no powered sites.

Each site comes with its own fire pit although you will need to bring your own fire wood. On our latest visit in 2021 we noticed there is a sign saying you can collect firewood from the side of the main road in to Litchfield National Park.

There are modern toilets and showers at the Florence Falls Campground which are currently quite new and very clean. Facilities also include barbecues.

Florence Falls Campground Amenities Block

There are no bins and you will need to take your rubbish away with you to dispose of. Please ensure the area remains clean and tidy.

Generators are not permitted in the Florence Falls Campground.

Caretakers are now located within the campground and were helpful to us in providing information and advice about roads and where we could go.

Our Campsite at the Florence Falls Campground 2017
Florence Falls Campground Campsite 2017
Our 2021 Florence Falls Campground Campsite
Florence Falls Campground Campsite 2021

Are Pets allowed at the Florence Falls Campground?

This is National Park and therefore it is not pet friendly and dogs are not allowed.

When we first visited Litchfield National Park we had MACKS looked after with Mad Paws.

The Florence Falls Campground has no phone coverage although in the early morning, sometimes we did receive limited coverage until around 9am.

Phone coverage is spasmodic throughout Litchfield National Park and isn’t something you should rely on having during your stay.

There is no booking a site at the Florence Falls Campground and site fees are payable on arrival.

Florence Falls Campground Pay Station
Florence Falls Campground Pay Station

For the best chance to find a site you should arrive before midday, ideally between 8am and 10am. Many campers arrive late in the afternoon and end up disappointed as the campground is almost always full by soon after lunch time.

There are 2 Campgrounds at Florence Falls Campground, the upper section known as the 2wd campground and the lower section known as the 4wd campground.

The campgrounds are near to each other and both are accessed by a sealed road.

Cost to stay is $6.60 per adult per night, children are $3.30 per night or there is a family rate of $15.

Our stays at Florence Falls Campground was 25th-27th June 2017 and 19th – 20th May 2021

View our 29 Best Low Cost Campgrounds in Australia

The video provides information on how to pay for your stay at the Florence Falls Campground and lots more about Litchfield National Park.

Florence Falls Contact Details

Phone: 08 3999 3973
Address:
Florence Falls Trail off Litchfield Park Road, Litchfield National Park, Northern Territory
Website:

How to book Florence Falls Campground:

There is no on-line booking facility for the Florence Falls Campground, simply pay at the Pay Station Area on-site upon entry to the Florence Falls Campground.

Envelopes are available at the pay station or from the table at the site of the Campground Host at the rear of the campground.

Simply complete your details, tear off the carbonised copy and clearly display at your campsite then place the correct amount of cash for your camping fees in the envelope and pop it into the payment box at the pay station.

Tip: The Florence Falls Campground 2WD and old 4WD Campground fill up fast so best to arrive early in the day to secure a campsite and avoid disappointment.

How to get there:

From Darwin it is approximately 115kms drive to Litchfield National Park and takes about 90 mins to drive there.

Take the Stuart Highway south from Darwin to the Batchelor Rd exit on the right. Follow the signs along Batchelor Rd through the township of Batchelor and also Rum Jungle until you arrive at Litchfield National Park.

The road in from Berry Springs is now fully sealed and is another entry in to Litchfield National Park.

Follow Litchfield Park Rd until you see the sign to turn right to the Florence Falls Campground.

The roads to Litchfield National Park and the Florence Falls 2WD Campground are fully sealed.

Do you need a permit for Litchfield National Park?

A permit is not required for Litchfield National Park however you do need one when you enter nearby Kakadu National Park.

Find more information on the Kakadu National Park Pass here>

Florence Falls is within easy walking distance from the Florence Falls Campground
Florence Falls

Florence Falls

The Florence Falls Campground is the perfect place to stay to get out and enjoy Florence Falls, Buley Rockhole, Wangi Falls and so much more.

Florence Falls is 135 steps down from the Lookout to a short track at the base of the falls. Here you can swim and enjoy the scenery of this amazing waterfall.

Please don’t climb to the top and jump in, we witnessed people ejected and fined by National Parks staff for doing so. It’s also extremely dangerous for both those who jump and others below.

Florence Falls is 135 stairs down from the Florence Falls Campground

5 Essentials – Camping Accessories

A good Tent or Swag is the first decision for going camping. We like the Coleman Tent from Tentworld or the Wanderer 7 Man Tent from BCF. For a Swag, we were so close to buying the Kings Double Swag from 4WD Supacentre.

We like our BCF Wanderers Camping Chair which gets a lot of use as we travel Australia.

No more lugging around a huge BBQ and gas bottle now that we have a brilliant Gasmate Dual Burner Butane Cooktop from Tentworld

A good Portable Fridge Freezer we have found to keep the beers cold and steaks frozen are the Kings 70 L Fridge Freezer in the budget range, the Waeco 75L Dual Zone Fridge Freezer or the ever popular and long lasting Engel 75L Fridge Freezer.

A good quality Hand Held UHF is ideal and I like this Uniden UH750 5 watt UHF for long range and quality. The 5 watt range will give you maximum distance, especially if you need help!

Buley Rockhole
Buley Rockhole – Rock Pools

Things to See and Do in Litchfield National Park

There are a number of other falls and rock pools to explore in Litchfield National Park. By basing yourself at the Florence Falls Campground, you are easily able to access all of the other attractions.

Buley Rockhole

Nearby Buley Rockhole rock pools are a lot of fun. Lay in the fast running stream and swim and jump in the deep holes of water.

There are different sections you can enjoy, just be careful of the very slippery rocks whenever walking across the waterways.

Buley Rockholes are our favourite spot in the park and it is often busy with lots of people enjoying the cool fresh water rock pools and swimming holes.

Wangi Falls

Wangi Falls is a short drive further on from the Florence Falls Campground.

This is a big rock pool with lots of fun to be enjoyed. Climb into the rocks to find small pools of water with views back over the main area.

Wangi Falls
Wangi Falls

You can also have a picnic in the grounds overlooking the Falls or take the walking track

There is also the Wangi Falls Cafe to enjoy lunch and a drink after your swim.

Tolmer Falls

The Tolmer Falls plunge 35m into the pool below and are one of the most magnificent of the waterfalls in Litchfield National Park.

Take the 1.5km loop Tolmer Creek Walk along the side of creek, up and around to the top of the falls and ending up at the lookout and viewing platform before the short walk back to the carpark.

No swimming is permitted at Tolmer Falls.

Tolmer Falls

Read more: Things to See and do in Top End Darwin, NT and Kakadu and Litchfield National Park by Motorhome

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Kev & Adele
Indefinite Leave

We are Adele & Kevin, an Aussie couple from Brisbane in Queensland Australia who have embraced our adventurous spirit and ventured out to explore the world around us. We had spent so much time overseas we decided it was time to see our own truly amazing country and we needed to take some time to see everything it has to offer.

Our Aim is to inspire others to travel and help design the greatest adventure they can experience.

__________________________________________________________________________

Photography and Socials

Our camera equipment we use for all our photos and videos are:

Samsung Note 10 Plus Phone – http://ebay.us/9vMXEH – Most of our photos are simply from our phones. The Samsung phone cameras are pretty insane. Our phones have 512gb storage in ours but the 256gb in this one is heaps. We have sourced this one which is approx $500 less than we paid for ours.

Canon 800d – https://ebay.to/2XQYnsk – the latest DSLR Canon 24mp camera, buy here to save.

Lenses

Canon 50mm lens – https://ebay.to/3nx5pyG  This is the lens I use the least, ideal for still, close up shots.
Canon 24-105mm lenshttps://ebay.to/3eCueUo This is my all round, everyday use, zoom lens. Amazing quality, great price.
Canon 70-300mm lens – https://ebay.to/33xYeht – I use this one a lot for long range shots.
Sigma 10-20mm lenshttp://ebay.us/zWvfuI  – My wide angle lens for all my inside photos & video plus lots more, love this lens.

Our Go Pro 7 Hero Black – http://ebay.us/PH711r  –  is an awesome piece of equipment. I use this for all underwater, action video and some general use. Buy here brand new and great value.

Mavic Pro Platinum Drone – https://ebay.to/2ARPxTo  This is an absolute ripper of a drone. The Fly More Combo will provide you with everything you will need. I use this for all my aerial footage and this price is well below other retail stores.

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