Lepidozamia Remote Bush Camp

D'Aguilar National Park
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A pleasant 2.5km walk along a well maintained access track through rainforest and wet eucalypt forest leading to a spacious, well equipped remote campsite. The campsite offers a hut with benches and a picnic table, two large water tanks, and seating around a fire pit. There are sunset views over the range when looking to the west and, to the east, you can enjoy views of the sunrise, Moreton Bay, and Brisbane lights at night. If you’re lucky you will also see the fireflies flitting around the camp.

Lookouts
Bird Watching
Picnic Facilities
No Dogs Permitted
Camping Permitted
Rainforest
Eucalypt Forest
745m
Maximum Elevation
233m
Total Climb

Getting there

Access the Lepidozamia Break car park off Mount Glorious Road, 5.6km north of Maiala and on the right hand side of the road.

Maps

Mount D'Aguilar (9443-244) grid reference 762 828.

Route/Trail notes

A well-maintained fire access track along undulating land. Not too strenuous for the unfit and school-aged children; however, it may be too challenging for very young children - particularly on a hot day. As usual, be aware of snakes along the trail and the jumper ants. 

Permits/Costs

Camp fees apply and there is a maximum occupancy of 9 people. See the link in Other References for current pricing.

Other References

For more details and to book a campsite see: https://parks.des.qld.gov.au/parks/daguilar/camping/lepidozamia-remote

Comments

This is a great little walk (only about an hour if you don’t dawdle) and the campsite is beautiful. You wake early to a symphony of bird calls. Heavenly!

Jess on 9 Oct, 2021

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