Eliot Falls Camping Area

GPS: -11.38726 , 142.41280
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Dry Access OnlyCamping FeeMaximum 21 daysDay Rest AreaToiletsDrinking WaterPicnic TablesTent SiteCamp TrailersNo PetsNo GeneratorsPublic ParkingPhoto OpportunityBird WatchingWalking
  • Camping Area
  • Day Use Area
  • National Park
Shelburne QLD 4874
Freecall: 13 7468
  • Plenty of parking
  • Many composting toilets, tables & water taps
  • 200 metre boardwalk
  • BYO firewood
  • 4WD with tents or off-road camper trailers
  • Please take your rubbish with you
  • No fishing

Driving Directions

From the Old Telegraph Track, 3km east of the turnoff

Page created by John & Olwen
Eliot Falls is a very scenic area and a fantastic spot to pull up at for a night or two. The great little camps have fireplaces (BYO firewood as collecting is not permitted in the park) and you will find tap water and picnic tables at most sites.
There are a number of toilets around the area so you won't have to walk far from any camp.

Upstream from Elliot Falls on Elliot Creek is a cascade known as ‘The Saucepan’. Take some time to check it out.

This is a National Park so book your site early. Phone toll free 13 7468 open 24/7
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