Amanda Porter, campsite manager, Aircamper since September 2018
This listing has been verified by the campsite manager and was last updated January 2021.
When is the best time to come to canarvon gorge?
We stayed at the Canarvon gorge park it was amazing great views large sites unpowered so you need to be self sufficient. They do have great toilets best I've ever seen . by Lynn H.
Hi, Is there plenty of room between sites, l don't like to be packed in like sardines. ?
Yes there is good space great campsite by Philip E.
Great, we are planning to come next year for a couple of weeks. When do you recommend is the best time to come to the gorge? by David R.
The walks are long so cooler months would be best spring or autumn by Philip E.
Thankyou by David R.
Spent two nights there and it was perfect! Hot showers and clean kitchen, they also have a small shop so you can buy some food during your trip!
100% recommend. Good ammenities and a great place to get some exercise.
Great location and great facilities. Both powered and unpowered sites, cabins and other options. Staff were friendly and helpful and there is a small shop for any little bits and pieces you might need. Highly recommended as a base camp for your Carnarvon Gorge adventures!
Great Facility! Has hot showers, washing machines and a great creek to swim in. Plus it’s the access way to Carnarvon Gorge.
Carnarvon Gorge Rd,
- Listing type
- Caravan Park
- Next to car
- Cabins Available
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