Julia Creek RV Friendly Rest Stop - QLD RVFT

Free Camping - Queensland

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Julia Creek is an RV Friendly town and has a designated free camping area alongside the water's edge of Julia Creek. This area is suitable for self-contained RV's and self contained caravans and is located 1.3km on the eastern side of town. Picnic tables, bush cook camps and bins are provided. This is a relaxing area to enjoy some cheese and wine and watch the beautiful Julia Creek sunsets.

Free permits (valid 96 hrs) can now be obtained from the onsite Camp hosts during Peak Tourist Season or from the Julia Creek Visitor Information Centre.


Bright coloured cruiser bikes are now available for free from the site. Theses bikes can be used to travel into town on the fully sealed walking/riding track.


CMCA User
 21/06/2017
This site has plenty of potable water from the town supply. It is very good water.

CMCA User
 06/09/2017
This is a great site, provided by the shire council to encourage travellers to stay over in Julia Creek, and spend some time and money in the town. It is lovely by the creek. Water and bins are provided. You can stay 4 nights for free, once registered with the camp host. With an arrangement with the council and the local caravan park, you can then stay in town for one night at a reduced rate and return to the RV site for another four nights. Great value! It's a nice little town and they are trying hard to bring people into their town and keep it alive.

CMCA User
 15/08/2017
Great spot, potable water and garbage tins available. Mondays at 5.30 courtesy bus picks you up and takes you to caravan park for a community 2 course meal $15

cmca.91238Frank4
 18/09/2020
Without doubt one of the best scenic free camps in the country. A beautiful creek side location. Only reason for 4 stars rather than five, is that in wet weather much of the site would be unusable ... Council told us vans have had to be towed out by a tractor!

CMCA User
 06/10/2015
This would have to be one of THE best camp spots in country Qld. The town is really switched on to RV tourism and make you're most welcome. The rest area is vast and has an on site caretaker. You need a permit to stay but it is free. Very popular spot. Could be a bit dicey in the wet.
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