Breakaway Camp is an overflow campground located within an old gravel pit on the edge of the breakaway at Coalseam National Park.
With scenic views over the valley, the campground is used when the popular Miner’s Campground is at capacity, generally in the Spring when the everlasting wildflowers blanket the area after good winter rains.
The campground itself provides space for single and group sites and vehicle based camping.
Toilets and barbecues are provided. Campfires are not permitted.
Campers are advised to bring enough drinking water for the duration of their stay.
Bookings cannot be made.
For more information, please visit the Department of Parks and Wildlife’s ParkStay website.
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An overflow camp ground for peak periods, perched on a cliff above the Irwin River.
Located within an old gravel pit on the edge of a breakaway, ‘Breakaway’ campsite provides scenic views over the valley as well as an area to set up camp when ‘Miners’ camp ground is at capacity.
Camp hosts are on site during the busy spring period. There is a limit of three nights per stay between August and the end of October. The campite site facilities include toilets and barbecues. Camping fees apply.