Camping Policy along the corridor at Rail Sidings.

Camping is only allowed at designated Sidings

Facilities and Water

  • Currently there are no facilities, amenities, or water on our corridor. You will need to be self-sufficient in this area;
  • All campers must be self-contained – this means either a self-contained vehicle with toilet facilities or have your own portable toilet;
  • DO NOT empty black water/toilet cassettes on the rail corridor;
  • Public dump points for this use are at the following locations. Please see locations on our website mapping.
    • Calliope
    • Boynedale Bush Camp
    • Miriam Vale
    • Monto
    • Eidsvold
    • Mundubbera
    • Gayndah
  • Greywater can be dropped on the ground in the camp area – NOT ON TREES;
  • All rubbish must be taken with you, please double check and leave nothing behind
    • If you have used zip ties please ensure that you collect all pieces;

Organising your Camp

  • Camping on the corridor is for a maximum of 72 hours and must be booked through Hipcamps
  • Camping is only allowed on the corridor where signed. At this point camping is available at the following rail sidings (Map)
    • Builyan
    • Golembil
    • Mt Debateable
  • Trail users have right of way please be aware when arriving, setting up or leaving camp;
  • Please keep to, or below the shared zone speed limit of 10/k per hr in the camp areas;
  • Stay on the corridor. Do not extend your camp into neighbouring properties or onto the “trail”.


  • Generators are allowed however please be respectful of other campers;
  • General rule of thumb in most camp areas is between the hours of 8:00 AM and 6:00 PM;


  • Lighting of campfires is dependent on local area fire restrictions at the point in time. Please check this website in the Gladstone Region or this website in the North Burnett Region (Barrimoon south) prior to lighting any fire;
  • During the period that the Queensland Fire and Rescue Service (QFRS) declare a fire ban, all wood fires and ash producing fires are prohibited;
    • This includes the use of heat beads to light fires, all open campfires, wood fired barbeques and above ground firepits – including braziers, drums, Oz pigs and similar appliances;
  • It is the guest’s responsibility to ensure the fire is kept small, under control and is supervised at all times;
  • Campfires must be in above ground firepits or firepits provided;
    • Do not dismantle or remove firepits in place;
    • No building of further fire pits allowed;
    • Please ensure all fires, including any fire pit coals are fully extinguished using water when leaving site;
    • Please do not tip ash from above ground fire pits on the ground, please place ash in established on site fire pits/drums;
    • Only wood and paper are to be burnt in fire pits – no other household rubbish – nappies, plastics, bottles or cans;


  • Pets are welcome and must be on a leash, under owners’ control at all times;
  • You MUST clean up after your pets;

Horse Lovers Camping


Until our trees are a little more established, in certain campgrounds we have setup a separate camp area for your convenience.

You will need to adhere to the above policy as well as the following:

  • You will need to be totally self sufficient and bring water for your horses – there is currently no water available on the corridor;
  • Be aware of your horse’s “yarding” in relation to the trail for the safety of your horse, yourself and trail users – please ensure that all electric fencing is erected and properly signed. Please refer to your electric fence instructions/user manual for other regulations;
  • Please spread your horse’s droppings and uneaten hay when leaving. The mowers will distribute it and fertilize at the same time;
  • Please clear dung off the trail pathway through the tunnels and at camp grounds.

Other animals on the corridor

  • Do not approach cattle, horses, native animals or other wildlife;
  • Although our camp sidings are securely fenced, it is possible that a fence may be down or gate left open letting livestock into the camp ground. Please open gates to allow the livestock to exit quietly if this is the case.
  • Please notify us if a fence is down or livestock remain in the fenced siding via the form at the bottom of this page.

Contact and Feedback

If you arrive to a camp site and there is rubbish around please let us know using the form below, or, if possible our volunteers would greatly appreciate if you would clean it up.

For any further information please contact us either via the form below.

Most of all – enjoy your stay and let us know your thoughts if you feel we can improve your next camping experience on our corridors.


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