The terrain varies from creek flats, undulating open & timbered areas, to steep mountains heavily timbered with eucalypt, hoop pine & some areas of semi rain forest.


Four natural terrain motocross tracks are available. They are built at the junction of two small creeks, using their natural bank formations as well as some man made jumps and tabletops. No Quads allowed.


A kids pee wee track is situated adjacent to the camping area and is mostly shaded with large trees. A flat area with a very basic track is available to the absolute beginner and other trails are suitable for novice riders.


The enduro loops vary from novice to hard through forest, creeks and gullies, moderate & steep hillclimbs. In many places the main trail has easy or harder options to take.


The camping area is situated close to the motocross and pee wee tracks so that there is always some entertainment for those not riding. There are lots of small shade trees in the bushland setting. Powered sites are also available. Toilets are clean water septic flush for male and female. A bush style hot water system (donkey) serves the shower. Clean water is available for shower and washing, but as with most camping areas it is always a good idea to bring your own drinking water. Campfires are permitted and wood is easy to find near the campground. Ice is usually available from the shop/office.

The Shelter

There is an additional $15 charge per night to book the shelter.

Powered Sites

Powered sites are an additional charge of $25 per night.


Open in the camping area from 7am – 5pm daily.  On offer is the usual assortment of drinks and snacks plus bike parts such as brake/clutch levers, tubes and spark plugs.


All visitors are required to register at the park office immediately upon arrival and before commencing any activities at the park. Spectators must also register at the office and are charged a $2 fee.

A fee is charged for each rider for each day they attend the Park. Fee varies depending on riders age and length of stay. All riders and non riders will pay a small camping fee for each night they stay.

All persons will abide by the Park Rules, which are made available to visitors at the office upon registration of their visit and on this website via a link on the park entry page.

Quads and Can-Ams are not permitted.

Other Activities

Swimming in the large waterlily fringed clean water dam is always a pleasure during the warmer months. It is only a short walk from the campground.

Those who like bushwalking will find some interesting spots not far from the campground if they are well prepared (suitable clothing, footwear & water bottle).

Relaxation is a priority. Your mobile phone probably will not work here – so enjoy it. There is Wi-Fi available at the office for phone calls etc.

Your favourite pet (limit of 2 per family) is welcome provided it is supervised and kept on a leash.  Please ensure your dog is friendly to other dogs and does not annoy fellow campers.  Please clean up after your dog.