Camping

The Boyne Valley attracts many caravaners & campers visiting the National Parks, Events, Fishing, or just seeking a quiet place not far off the beaten track.

Discovery Centre, Ubobo

Campers and Caravaners are welcome at the Discovery Centre, Ubobo, with toilet and shower facilities available. The Centre has a large oval & shady trees, BBQ facilities etc, and is close to the Ubobo Store which has all types of provisions. Centrally located, the Centre is an ideal place to stay to make day trips to surrounding attractions.

Please make a booking here.

National Parks

Camping is allowed in the National Parks. Remember you will probably need a permit.

Fishing

A place to camp when fishing the Awoonga Dam, is the Boynedale Bush Camp. Barbeque, picnic and toilet facilities are available.

No bookings or fees are required. There is plenty of room.  There is no potable water, so campers are strongly advised to bring their own water supply.  Camping is allowed only in the Boynedale Bush Camp area allocated for camping, and not the banks of the river. Campers are permitted to stay for up to 7 days. Basic boat access is provided nearby.

Further enquiries about Boynedale Bush Camp should be made to the Gladstone Area Water board website.

Excellent fishing spots can be found along the full length of the Boyne River.

See our Maps page for more information.

Harmony Farm

We offer a unique farmstay experience at Harmony Farm, with accommodation, or camping on the farm, horse riding, canoeing, and bush walking.

Public Toilets

Toilets are available at the Nagoorin Hall, Builyan Hall, Ubobo Memorial Hall and at the Railway Dam (just south of Many Peaks)

The nearest powered caravan parks are at Calliope, Miriam Vale (30 – 45 minutes drive from the centre of the Valley) or Benaraby, at the Awoonga Dam wall.