Camping area features
The Bull Crossing campsite is a shady site nestled amongst a grove of paperbarks and eucalypts along the Mitchell River providing a setting suitable for sitting and relaxing while trying to catch a fish from the bank amongst the numerous snags.
For the enthusiast with a boat, the site offers access up and downstream, however, this is dependent on river flows and the tide as the water in the area can get quite shallow.
Location (approximate readings)
Map reference -15.27, 141.79. Latitude: 15°16'10.42"S and longitude: 141°47'47.93"E.
4-wheel drive is recommended.
Number of sites
There is 1 site. There is a maximum allowance of 15 people per site.
Camp sites are suitable for: self-sufficient camping, fishing, bird watching.
Except for a drop toilet, there are no facilities, so campers must be self-sufficient and bring all their necessities. All rubbish (including food scraps) must be carried out.
Generator use: Allowed.
Campfires: Allowed unless otherwise notified.
The carriage or possession of alcohol or drugs is not permitted anywhere on Kowanyama lands including campsites.
Mobile phone coverage: None.
Campers should read the document, “More Information for Campers” as well as the required reading, “Kowanyama Camping Terms & Conditions”.
The sites are entirely remote and not attended or patrolled. All users of these sites and facilities do so entirely at their own risk. Crocodiles are native residents and have been spotted at all locations. In confirming this booking, you accept all responsibility and recognise the risks associated with the site.
Bookings are required