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Coombadjha campground

Washpool National Park


Coombadjha campground offers tent-based camping by a pretty rainforest creek and is the starting point for two of Washpool National Park’s most popular walks.

Accommodation Details
Camping type Tent, Don't mind a short walk to tent
Facilities Picnic tables, barbecue facilities, carpark, toilets
Please note
  • There are no marked sites at this campground
  • Please do not feed the wildlife - it can damage their health and make them dependent on campers for food. It’s a good idea to store food and garbage in a secure container to avoid attracting scavengers.

$6 per night per adult (16 years+). $3.50 per night per child (5-15 years). Infants free (0-4 years).

Entry fees Park entry fees apply
Bookings Bookings are not available at this campground.

Set up camp in beautiful rainforest surrounds just a short walk from your car at Coombadjha campground. This easily accessed rainforest retreat makes an excellent base for a couple of days exploring the World Heritage delights of Washpool National Park.

After you’ve set up your tent, stretch your legs along the short and easy Coombadjha nature stroll or spend the day discovering the beautiful 8.5km Washpool walk, a circuit that climbs through rainforest and dry forest before descending to cross Coombadjha creek. You’ll see rare giant red cedar, coachwood, crabapple, figs and lilly pillies, a special feature of this walk. There are also many places for quiet contemplation along the way, like the pretty Summit falls.

Coombadjha campground is a wonderful location for rainforest ambles and spotting wildlife. On warmer days, you’ll relish cooling off in Coombadjha creek’s natural swimming pool.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info


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Coombadjha Creek, Washpool National Park. Photo: Rob Cleary