Have you visited Rungulla National Park, south of Cobbold Gorge, Queensland?
This site is 4WD only, suitable for tents and camper trailers. It is remote – 116km south of Georgetown.
Pictured is one of three basic campsites, spaced about 1km apart. There is one long drop toilet at campsite No 1 (not the one pictured).
If you visit, expect sandstone formations, with outcrops of large, sculpted caves and pagoda-like formations. In the dry season, you can explore the park along the sandy Gilbert River bed like a wide walking trail.
There is plenty of wildlife here, too. Especially with the permanent waterholes.
Rungulla National Park is located east of Gilbert River and is the traditional country of the Ewamian Aboriginal people. It has a maximum stay for 14 nights, with limits of 12 people per campsite. Depending on the length and severity of the wet season, you can stay April to October. It is closed November to March.
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Image credits: Cathie and Allan Bromwich via I Love Camping Australia Wide Facebook group
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