At Florence Falls there are designated campsites that will not disappoint. They share the same access road with Buley Rockhole. This serene waterfall flows all year round and is a sign to behold during the wet season and at the start of the dry season. The campsites here have fire pits and hot plates so you can have your dinner underneath the stars. It is also a popular location for photographers as the scenes here are always beautiful. Be sure to book online before your trip to ensure your spot.
The campsites vary in size and the bigger spots are ideal to park your caravan. They are however sloping so be sure to have your leveling gear for your campervan ready. Another thing to note is these are not powered sites so if you want to recharge your van or need an electrical connection this is not the ideal spot for you.
The access to this is a sealed road with some steep sections making it not ideal for bigger caravans or trailers. This is a Category A campsite meaning there is access to almost all you need. You can start up a barbie or have a glorious picnic here. Other facilities include:
- Modern showers and toilets to wash off after swimming.
- Rubbish bins (Leave only footprints when you explore.)
- Cooking facilities (You can cook any meal you like)
- Water (Please boil before drinking.)
You will need to pay Camping Fees to camp here:
- $12 per adult
- $6 per child (5 to 17 years)
- $30 per family (2 adults and 4 children).
These are considered moderate camping facilities but they are a great spot to camp. Here you can camp with your caravan or trailer comfortably as the sites vary in size. All you need to do is book online and you can enjoy it. The best part is all vehicles can access the campground. You can only camp at designated sites. The facilities here include:
- Accessible modern toilets and showers (awesome right!)
- Fire pits
- Access to Florence Falls
Preparing for your camping trip:
- Bring enough drinking water as there is no water, there are no rubbish bins, you have to take your rubbish away with you when you go.
- Collect fallen timber for firewood from the main Litchfield Park Road.(keep fires in the designated fire pits please be fire safe and protect the park and the animals that live in it)
- Get your permits i.e drone permit
- Pets are not permitted.
- Generators are not permitted.
- What to do in an emergency:
- When washing up with soap or detergent, be 50m away from waterways. This protects the animals in the water from pollution and is a must do.
Insider tip: Early morning swims are magical!
For the photographers this is the ideal time to get great shots too.