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Lowells Flat campground

Brindabella National Park

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Lowells Flat campground is a great spot for the family to enjoy a weekend in the outdoors. Just a few hours from the city, but remarkably remote and away from it all.

Accommodation Details
Camping type Tent, Camping beside my vehicle
Facilities Toilets
What to bring Drinking water, cooking water
Price There are no camping fees at this campground but a $6 booking fee applies.
Group bookings Book up to 20 people or 5 sites online. For larger groups, make a group booking enquiry.
Please note
  • You need a high clearance 4WD to access this campground.
  • This campground is not suitable for trailers
  • Sites are unmarked and unpowered
  • The weather in this area can be extreme and unpredictable, please be well prepared for your visit.
  • There is very limited mobile reception in this park.

Set in the Goodradigbee valley, surrounded by natural rugged beauty, Lowells Flat campground has something for everybody. There’s plenty of room to spread out, even enough space for a game of cricket or footy surrounded the bush.

Venture off and explore the banks of the Goodradigbee River by foot, or take your 4WD on the nearby trails. Throw your fishing line in the river and listen to the sounds of the water rushing past.

Or just sit back under the shade of the gums and enjoy the afternoon with a good book or sifting through the weekend papers.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info


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