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Do you need a permit for Byfield National Park?

Do you need a permit for Byfield National Park?

Camping permits are required and fees apply. A camping tag with your booking number must be displayed at your camp site. Find out more about camping in Byfield National Park, Conservation Park and State Forest.

Are dogs allowed at five rocks?

Rockhampton, Australia Upper Stony Creek, although is technically part of Byfield State Forest has a large day use area where swimming in the fresh water Creek is permitted, with facilities of BBQs, toilets and camping with fires permitted. The Red Rock camping area has toilets and set areas for dogs – on leads only.

Can you camp at Sandy Point Yeppoon?

Camping is not permitted on Five Rocks (Three Rivers) Beach, Sandy Point Section or Corio Bay. Byfield State Forest offers three camping areas with adjoining day-use areas. Swim at Upper Stony, walk through the beautiful rainforest setting of Water Park Creek or listen to wind in pine trees at Red Rock.

Are there crocodiles in Byfield National Park?

Upper Stony Creek swimming hole is safe from crocodiles but there have been sightings at other places in Byfield national park so always take caution. Make sure to always check warning signs if any crocodiles are present.

Can you swim 5 rocks?

Five Rocks camping area is surrounded by coastal woodland with access to a vehicle-free beach. Explore rugged headlands or fish, swim and surf.

Can you swim at Byfield?

Kelly’s Landing, Farnborough & Corbett’s Landing, Byfield – Recommend No Swimming. NO SWIMMING! At the Boat Ramps. Estuarine crocodiles are said to inhabit these areas.

Can you drive on Sandy Point?

Sandy Point lies about 12km north of Farnborough Beach and can only be accessed by a 4WD with a medium capacity. The trek would mean a laid-back drive along the beach. Dual range 4WD, off-road camper trailers are suitable for the drive.

Can you drive on Sandy Point beach?

You can help by driving and launching your boat only on bare sand, and parking at the car park. Remember not to drive on vegetation, rehabilitation areas or under trees.

Can you swim in Byfield National Park?

Can you swim in the sea at Yeppoon?

Yeppoon beach is just a lovely place for the family to visit on the weekend, there is a fish and chips around the corner so you can have fish and chips on the beach. The beach is patrolled for your safety by the Lifeguards, so good safe swimming can be had.

Where is 5rocks?

Five Rocks beach (1354) is a straight, 5.3 km long, east facing beach that lies between The Three Rivers headland and Five Rocks Point.

Is there crocodiles in Yeppoon?

A crocodile has been sighted at Farnborough Beach near Yeppoon. A Parks and Wildlife officer says it’s a “timely reminder” that central Queensland is part of crocodile country. Authorities are urging anyone on the Capricorn Coast to be alert and report crocodile sightings.

Are there any campsites in Byfield National Park?

Camping is not permitted on Five Rocks (Three Rivers) Beach, Sandy Point Section or Corio Bay. Byfield State Forest offers three camping areas with adjoining day-use areas. Swim at Upper Stony, walk through the beautiful rainforest setting of Water Park Creek or listen to wind in pine trees at Red Rock.

What to see and do in Byfield State Forest?

Picturesque recreation areas surrounded by rainforest-edged creeks, rugged mountains, pine plantations and ancient cycads are highlights of a visit to Byfield State Forest. Mayimbagu Darumbul nunthi.

Are there any sand dunes in Byfield National Park?

Five Rocks, Nine Mile & Three Rivers are only accessible by 4WD and is the surf getaway for locals and visitors alike. Located in Byfield Conservation Park, it contains one of the largest parabolic sand dunes in Australia. As well as a good surf break there are plenty of bays and creeks to try for a fish feed.

Are there dingoes in Byfield National Park Australia?

If the cruise scene is not your style and you’re not quite ready to hitch the caravan and swap stories with strangers over a cuppa, why not get lost in a wilderness so hidden, most Australians don’t even know it exists? Be dingo-safe! When dingoes come close (PDF, 327KB)