There are four camping grounds within the Park. They are:
- Dargonelly Rock Hole Camping Ground
- Top Moffatt Camping Ground
- Rotary Shelter Shed Camping Area
- West Branch Camping Ground
I recommend the West Branch Camping Ground as it is the more open and centrally located. The camp ground itself is large enough for many campers without camping on top of each other. If you are after a nice remote and private camping experience, then this is the place to go. There are fire rings and plenty of flat ground and it is well suited to camper trailers, tents and even 4×4 caravans, but make sure you have a high clearance 4WD vehicle as the track in can often get very rough.
Most of the camping grounds have restrictions on group numbers and there are limited locations to set up camp so it is important to book a spot. If you just turn up, you’re not guaranteed a spot and it is a long trip back out if it’s full. However due to location and remoteness, I doubt that it is ever actually booked out. Pit toilets are provided and items like generators are banned, so you can be sure of a quiet night around the camp fire.
Take the Forfar-Injune road from Injune through Hutton Creek. Depending on road conditions, the trip into Mount Moffatt could be a slow one. The road can often get very corrugated and can take up to four hours to make the 160km trip from Injune. If it has been raining or there is rain expected, then it might very quickly become inaccessible, so be prepared. High clearance 4WD vehicles with low range are recommended.
Dargonelly Rock Hole Camping Ground (-25.02556 147.89906)
Top Moffatt Camping Ground (-25.06685 148.05255)
Rotary Shelter Shed Camping Area (-24.91393 148.02570)
West Branch Camping Ground (-24.97369 148.01165)
Marlong Arch (-24.98963 147.90624)
The Looking Glass (-25.101568 147.852905)
Cathedral Rock (-25.102467 147.862015)
Lot’s Wife (-24.968508 147.958099)
The Chimneys (-25.097496 147.86438)