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Alligator Creek Road, Alligator Creek, Queensland, Australia
+61 13 74 68
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Reviewed 14 July 2018

Well appointed camp ground, with flush toilets and cold showers, lots of wildlife(brush turkeys galore, blue winged cookaburras, agile wallabies and allied rock wallabies), lots of shady trees and easy access to the creek. We stayed 3 nights, did all the walk, short and long,...More

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Reviewed 6 July 2018 via mobile

A magical place for camping or day trips the water is crystal clear we were amazed by the fish swimming around us as we were swimming. The bbqs are free to use and are clean as are the toilets. The walking tracks are accessible by...More

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Reviewed 2 April 2018

Take a dip in the beautiful running swimming hole or take a bush walk a find the abundance of wildlife including wallabies, rock wallabies, turtles, kookaburras, and even wild brumbies that all live peacefully in a beautiful slice of paradise.

1  Thank Josephine R
Reviewed 27 January 2018 via mobile

Have been twice in the past week and loved it!! Decided to go somewhere different for a swim and were pleasantly shocked at how nice it was. Great picnic area, shady car parks and a great water hole. We took our small children and it...More

2  Thank ashelks
Reviewed 23 December 2017

On a recent visit to Townsville we went out to Alligator Creek (on previous visits we had done the typical tourist spots). It was only a short drive, maybe 20-25 mins. The creek is beautiful - shallow on my visit, great for kids, plenty of...More

1  Thank chelseytolhurst
Reviewed 2 December 2017

Bowling Green Bay National Park is split into two sections, the Alligator Creek section which is good for swimming or bushwalking and the coastal section, which is good for four wheel driving. You CANNOT swim in the coastal section as there are numerous Saltwater Crocodiles...More

1  Thank KENPHOTO74
Reviewed 16 September 2017

My son and partner wanted to take us out for a 'Fathers Day' picnic lunch and as Alligator Creek was only half an hours drive we decided we would try it out as we had never been there. We had a great lunch under some...More

1  Thank Bryan B
Reviewed 24 May 2017 via mobile

Would be ok to camp if you are tenting it or small camper no use going with caravan - walks would be good to do but need to be organised 16klms return

Thank Sue W
Reviewed 23 February 2017

Alligator Creek Falls begins in the mountains and ccascades its way down to form Alligator Creek which is utilised by locals and visitors to cool their bodies during the summer hot months. I am a local and have been using the creek however, on Sunday...More

3  Thank CountryChick53
Reviewed 5 January 2017

Stopped in to have a look as I hadn't been in a few years. This is a great spot for a picnic or to just come for a swim. The water could be a little higher, but it's not too bad . There were quite...More

1  Thank Andrew M
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Erin M
24 June 2016|
Response from JaymieOK | Reviewed this property |
there are sometimes freshwater crocodiles downstream of the main park area. these ones are not considered dangerous to humans yes there is a camping area
18 September 2015|
Response from Lorraine M | Reviewed this property |
No I don't think so due to being a National park