Babinda Boulders Free Camping Area is a small camping area located at the end of Boulders Road sealed road. It is located within the National Park, entry is Free, but they do not permit Dogs. There is a 72 hour time limit at this site. The sites are individual separated and will fit all size rigs. They are mostly flat gravel sites around a circular roadway with the amenities block in the middle. The camp site is only a short walk away from the Babinda Boulders. Sites are large, but limited with no power
Is via Munro Street, the main street through town, which turns into Boulders Road, which is a dead end road. It is approximately 6km from town, and the camping area is well signposted to your right, just before reaching the main picnic area.
Include Toilets, Cold Showers and BBQ’s and waste bins. Fires are only permitted in approved fire pits.
FEES & BOOKINGS
No bookings are required. There is no charge for the use of this facility, so if you are staying at this site we encourage you to help keep it clean, and please visit and support the nearest town or village.
THINGS TO DO
The Boulders is a popular cool swimming and picnic area in the tropical rainforest in the foothills of Bartle Frere (Chooreechillum), at 1622m, Queenslandês highest mountain.
The Boulders area is named for a series of huge outcrops of granite boulders found along Babinda Creek amongst volumes of sparkling, cascading, cool, clear mountain water.
With an exceedingly high average annual rainfall of 4614mm, the surge of water in the creek as it thunders through the Boulders adds to the wild beauty of the region. The creek is surrounded by lush tropical rainforest with a myriad of trees, ferns, vines, fungi, moss and lichen.
A sealed, well maintained walking track leads downstream to the main Boulders viewing area.
Some areas within the Boulders are restricted swimming zones. Signs at the main parking area provide diagrams and information of fauna, flora and safety.
Data Courtesy of: Livingstone Shire Council
Address & Contact
6 km West of Babinda
Cairns Regional Council