Coochin Creek camping area in Beerwah State Forest provides a camping area that is ideal for visitors who enjoy fishing and boating.
You can reach the camping area by conventional vehicle.
Camp sites are numbered and individual camp site details are provided so visitors can book a site most suitable for their tent, camper trailer, campervan or caravan.
A terraced area provides vantage points for fishing from the creek bank. It is also possible to launch a canoe into the creek.
Use insect repellent to deter mosquitoes and sandflies.
A boat ramp is located 1km from the camping area.
Domestic animals are not permitted at the camping area.
Coochin Creek camping area. Photo: Queensland Government.
- Coochin Creek camping area map and individual camp site details—use this detailed information with photos to choose a site that suits your needs and camping style—caravan, campervan, camper trailer or tent.
Features: flat, grassy area beside Coochin Creek, ideal for visitors who enjoy fishing and boating.
Location: on Roys Road, about 3km upstream from the Pumicetone Passage.
Access: the camping area is located on the eastern side of the Bruce Highway with access off Roys Road via Exit 179 Bells Creek interchange. Travelling north, take the Bells Creek exit and turn right, using the bridge to cross the Bruce Highway. Travelling south, turn left at the Bells Creek exit. Turn right into Roys Road and follow this for approximately 4km to the camping area turn off. The camping area can be reached by conventional vehicle.
Number of sites: 21 sites.
Suitable for: tent camping beside your car; walk-in camping; caravans; camper trailers and motorhomes. Camp sites are numbered so visitors can book a site most suitable for their tent, camper trailer, campervan or caravan.
Camp site surface: tent sites have sand surface; van sites have a gravel base—see Coochin Creek camping area map and individual camp site details.
Facilities: communal fire rings, water (water provided at the park is unsuitable for drinking) and wheelchair-accessible composting toilets.
Fires: preferably bring a fuel stove. Open fires are only permitted in the fire rings provided. Bring your own clean milled firewood. It is illegal to collect wood from the State forest.
Generator use: not permitted.
Essentials to bring: drinking water (water provided at the park is unsuitable for drinking), fuel stove, clean milled firewood, rubbish bags, insect repellent and sunscreen. Read more about things to know before you go.
Mobile phone coverage: poor.