Free Camping

We have quite a few Free Campsites listed, if you know of any we have missed Click Here to Let us know.

Queensland

Rollingstone Creek Bushy Park Free Camping 48 hour limit

1

Facilities:

Amenities Block
BBQ
Pet Friendly
Water Taps
Mobile Phone Coverage
Free Camping
Rollingstone Creek Bushy Park Free Camping Area
-19.045938, 146.393519
Rollingstone St
Rollingstone
4816
Queensland
Asphalt
Grass
A few Drive through Caravan sites available
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes a few scattered here and there.
Yes
No
Yes
A few scattered here and there
Yes
Yes Dogs Permitted - Conditions Apply
No
Yes
Yes
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
  • Amenities Block
  • BBQ
  • Pet Friendly
  • Water Taps
  • Mobile Phone Coverage
In order to protect the comfort of local residents and other visitors it is asked that all campers keep their site clean and tidy and not behave in an unruly manner. The maximum number of stays at any of these sites is once per week. Council officers routinely visit camping areas to check on how long people have stayed. If it is found that campers are not complying with this policy campers will be asked to move on. Those who do not comply may be evicted from the camping area.
bushy-parker-park-rest-area-01
All the Maps Below, are Interactive - Pop your mouse over any of them, left click hold and scroll,

Entrance to the Rollingstone Creek Bushy Park Free Camping Area


 

Rollingstone Creek Bushy Park Free Camping location map

 

Rollingstone Creek Bushy Park Free Camping location map

 

Rollingstone is a semi-rural/residential suburb approximately 54 kilometres north of Townsville, Queensland, Australia, and 57 kilometres south of Ingham, Queensland. As of the 2006 census, the population of Rollingstone was 207.

Settled in 1883 by John Lambert, the district was originally a pastoral lease known as Armidale, extending from Bluewater Creek in the south to Clerk Creek (later known as Ollera Creek) in the north.

The major tributary running through the centre of the Armidale pastoral lease was known as Rollingstone Creek, due to the round shape of the rocks found in the creek bed. The district name of "Rollingstone" gained popularity with locals during the construction of the bridge over the creek, as well as the Townsville to Ingham railway line. With the increasing mail service to the area, the name of the district changed to Rollingstone in 1902 to help save from confusion with Armidale, New South Wales.
An up to date weather forcast of the Rollingstone area Queensland.
Free Camping
rollingstone-creek-bushy-park-free-camping-48-hour-limit
Please take some time and write a short Review on any of the Places you have Visited. This will greatly assist others in making informative choices, when planning their next Holiday.
Rating Summary:
10 based on one vote
Site Cleanliness
10.00/10
Safety
10.00/10
Noise
10.00/10
Located in: Free Camping
Thanks
 (10.00/10)

On 14 Apr 2016, Kylie wrote:

:-) l Thanks for the info - we will be in the area end of next month, good to know weather conditions etc are fine and a bit of history is great.:
Site Cleanliness
10/10
Safety
10/10
Noise
10/10

This listing has been viewed: 11937 times since the Counter was Reset on April 28th 2016

Map Icon Colour Code Information

Caravan Park Tariffs Per Night
for a 2 Person Off Peak Site
and Powered Site

Blue = Unknown
Green = Low Cost
Orange = Medium Priced
Red = Expensive

free camping
 Free Camping

 Low Cost Camping

  State National Park Fees

  Information Centres

  Rest Areas

 Sightseeing

 Dump Point

Database Area

You can select the things that will make your camping adventure more enjoyable, such as Dog and Pet Friendly, or Childrens Playground availability, onsite water, toilets etc.
You might be surprised at what you find

Free Campsites and Low Cost RV Camping grounds in Queensland, Australia

We are always looking at ways to improve our site and are pleased to announce our Free and low Cost Campsite Maps area is now open.

I'm a great fan of cheap caravan holidays

Our map of Queensland is fully operational, plus you can comment on any of the entries you choose in our dedicated camping forum Queensland section.

We have listed on our Queensland Map:
Free RV Camping grounds, including Low Cost Stopovers, Rest Areas, Cheap Caravan Parks, Dump Points, Visitor Information Centre, Sight seeing and things to do along the way, all can now be found in one convenient map location.

Also included whenever possible, is an interactive map and of the location, water availability, toilets, fireplaces, shade and things to do once your there.

To make it easy for you to make up your mind if you would like to stay at one of our listed locations overnight, I have added photos from Google earth showing GPS coordinates to each campsite we have listed, and also included them in our maps. At most campsites you will be able to see if your caravan, motor home or tent will fit.

My thoughts are to create a single website to visit, that caters for all Australian locations in one place, each is packed Now you can make an informed choice as to which of cheap caravan holidays you would like to go on.