The Location

Griffiths Creek camping area featuring flat grassy open area without defined sites about 100 metres from the banks of Griffiths creek. Accessible by conventional vehicle and camper trailers in dry weather only. Camp sites are suitable for: tent camping beside your vehicle, camper trailers and larger groups. There are no facilities, so be self sufficient. Use good camp hygiene, bury all toilet waste at least 20 cm deep and 100 m from waterways, tracks and campsites. Preferably bring a portable toilet to minimise pollution in this area and dispose of toilet waste appropriately. Open fires are permitted only in fire rings provided using clean milled timber, except when fire prohibitions or fire bans are in place. Take all waste/rubbish with you when you leave. Essential to bring: drinking water, rubbish bags, clean milled timber as firewood, toilet shovel, insect repellent, first aid kit, fuel stoves are recommended. Mobile phone coverage not available. Nearest reliable reception is near The Barracks and approximately 600m north of The Barracks, at the end of the bitumen on Tableland Road. Look for the phone totems as you drive. You must pre book online your stay prior to arrival and display your camp booking tag at all times. GPS Coordinates are approximate. Once inside the park there should be signs to the actual campground. Check national park alerts before travelling.



Camping Fee - Adult $6.85
Per person, per night - From




Of the three camping grounds at Kroombit Tops, Griffiths Ck is the most accessible. It is a large open area with shady trees. A great place to base yourself for a couple of days whilst exploring the area. Remember though there are no facilities, so be self sufficient. It can get crowded over holidays or long weekends. It can also get chilly during winter. Although it shouldn't need to be mentioned, PLEASE take your rubbish out with you and not throw it in the car parks or camping grounds. At the time of my visit I was amazed at the amount of nappies, toilet paper and general rubbish left in the car park at the bomber crash site. Please be respectful. Otherwise enjoy your visit to Kroombit Tops, it's a lovely region.



Griffith Creek camp is a treamendous location. We towed our van in from Calliope with absolutely no issues, need to be aware the access route is narrow and windy, just drive to the conditions. The site is beautifully presented, thanks National Parks for your efforts, my description, what a pristine large, generous grassy site, even appareared mown. As previous review, base yourself here and take in parks other attractions in day trips.