– Park Conditions –


Landcruiser Mountain Park is 2 hours from Brisbane via Kilcoy, 16km past Jimna Foresty, on the Kilcoy – Murgon Road.
(Turn onto Diaper Road)
The Park should be regarded as a wilderness area in every sense.

Facilities are basic. Nearest major township is Kilcoy 60kms away so it is important to bring everything you will need, including sufficient fuel, first aid kit, axe, shovel and tow rope.  No Fuel, Gas Refills or Smokes available at the Park or Jimna Forestry.

Motorcycles are NOT permitted.

Qld Road Rules apply throughout the park, All vehicles must be road registered.

Firearms and archery are not permitted and removal of flora and fauna is prohibited.

Vehicle Access:
4WD and 2WD vehicles can access all the main camping areas with trailers, campervans, offroad vans.
2wd maybe restricted to some camping areas depending on weather conditions.
All vehicles must be registered to enter the park.

On Arrival:
Please book in and pay on arrival at the park office and collect your permit and map for the park.
The office is 6kms off the main Kilcoy-Murgon Road.

Office Hours
Sunday – Thursday 8am – 5pm
Friday 8am – 8pm
Saturday 8am – 6pm
EFTPOS Available
  • No refunds on camping
  • No Entry Allowed into the Park after Hours
  • Gates will be closed after hours
  • No Driving After 9pm, No Noise in Camping Areas After 10.30pm
  • Includes parties, loud music, generators

Sign Out on Departure:
It is a requirement of entry that you sign out at the park office on departure.

Drinking Water:
Visitors are advised to bring drinking water.

The Park office carries drinks, ice, milk, bread, drinks etc . Other basic supplies can be replenished from Kilcoy 60 kms away. A Public Phone is located at the office.

You may camp anywhere on the property as it is a wilderness camping area
Hot showers and septic toilets are provided at Cowah Falls, Trakka Terrace, The Gums and Fig Tree camping areas.
There is ample firewood available throughout the Park. Please be careful with camp fires and ensure that fires are out when leaving the camp site. Do not put glass or tins in the fireplaces
Pets are allowed but must be kept under control to avoid disturbing other campers, cattle or wildlife.
Generators can be used but in the main camping areas there is a no noise limit after 10.30pm at night.
Make sure food is securely stored at night and while you are away from your campsite as the wildlife can create havoc if not properly stored.
RUBBISH MUST NOT be left at campsites, either use bins where provided or take your rubbish home.

– Park Fees –


FROM 1st September, 2020
Payment required on arrival. All prices include GST. Eftpos Available

Price is for each vehicle that enters the Park

$60 per night per vehicle
$35 day trip per vehicle
5-7 nights stay $300

$60 night per vehicle
$35 day trip per vehicle

Vehicle Storage: $15 per night at the park office