For camping near Brisbane, Archer Campgrounds certainly is a hidden gem of the Moreton Bay Region. Just over an hour from Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast, Archer Campgrounds is a convenient weekend escape to the bush. Situated in Queensland’s beautiful D’Aguilar National Park, Archer Campgrounds in one of two designated camping areas in the park and is the easier of the two to access.
Archer Campgrounds is an open camping area, well grassed and shaded by big old gum trees. There is a fenced area of vegetation that separates the campsites from Neurum Creek, but you can walk either side to gain access to the creek bank. Each campsite is allocated one car park, however, this is fenced off by timber posts making Archer Campgrounds a tent and ute slider camping area only (this means that no caravans are permitted). Each camp area has a fire pit. Please check the Queensland National Parks website before departing for you camping trip to ensure you are abiding by the most recent fire restrictions. You will also need to bring your own firewood, as this is not supplied. Firewood is available from nearby in either Woodford or Dayboro if required. Collection of firewood from within the National Park and the use of chainsaws, is strictly forbidden.
There is so much for kids to do at Archer Campgrounds. Next time you’re there why not try your hand at: – Swim and kayak in Neurum Creek – Cook damper in the designated fire pits – Rock hop down by the cause way – Hunt for bugs and insects – Play a game of spot light – Go on a night walk to spot nocturnal animals, such as owls and possums – Visit Falls Lookout – Swim in Rocky Hole There are endless opportunities for kids to have fun at Archer Campgrounds
Archer Campgrounds Facilities
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Archer camping area, D'Aguilar National Park, Rasmussen Road, Mount Archer QLD, Australia
13 QGOV (13 7468)
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