Honeysuckle Campground - Namadgi National Park

National Park - Australian Capital Territory


The site of Honeysuckle Creek lies within the huge Namadgi National Park, which covers a sizeable portion of the Australian Capital Territory. After the tracking station buildings were demolished, a camping ground was established immediately adjacent to the old main gate.  It is a basic bush campground that is not suitable for caravans or motorhomes.  It is suitable for only for swags, tents and camper trailers.  Caravans are not permitted.  There is a maximum stay of three nights here.

  • Separate areas for organised groups, campervans and small private parties. 
  • Covered shelter with seats, fireplace and gas barbecue 
  • Shared wood fire pits
  • Firewood not provided, bring your own supply
  • Composting toilets  
  • Rainwater provided 
  • Sealed road access  
  • Access to the historic Honeysuckle Tracking Station  
  • Walking track to Booroomba Rocks/Orroral Ridge. 
  • Cost: $8.00 per person, children under 15 years free, $4.15 per person for community/non-profit groups. For more information visit Fees and Charges.
  • Bookings essential. Three night limit. Book at Namadgi Visitor Centre in person, by phone, fax or online through the ACT Government Online Bookings System.

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