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Bowling Green Bay National Park

Alligator Creek Road, Alligator Creek, Queensland, Australia
+61 13 74 68
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Alligator Creek Road, Alligator Creek, Queensland, Australia
+61 13 74 68
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Reviewed May 23, 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 February 22, 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 January 4, 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
Reviewed September 5, 2016

We drove out to Bowling Green Bay National Park and were pleasantly surprised to see lots of water in the river. Lots of places to swim and if you want some privacy you just walk a bit further and you'll find a nice spot. There...More

1  Thank anicka2016
Reviewed May 14, 2016

tthis is just down the road from home, one of my favourite places to be. There is swimming, when the Creek is flowing. There is bushwalking. There is trail running. There is nature, there is wildlife, there is beauty.

Thank JaymieOK
Reviewed March 28, 2016

Only 30 minutes’ drive from the heart of Townsville, this creek system is brilliant for families with young kids up to teenagers. The photos I have attached say it all; crystal clear pure waters of North Queensland.

1  Thank Adrian2016Traveller
Reviewed November 5, 2015

Close to Townsville for a day out to relax and cool down. Fantastic rock formations and swimming holes, with good clean amenities.

Thank GREGdMelbourne
Reviewed October 19, 2015

What an unexpected little gem. It was in the dry season so there was not a lot of water around, enough to get wet. The camp grounds are nice, not secluded though. Tip when you do book ask for a camp site with a table....More

Thank emmsy1111
Reviewed September 14, 2015

I will go back and do the long walks and swimming holes. Day trip is free camping is in the National park, so costs apply. Camping for tents and camper vans.

Thank Craig W
Reviewed August 7, 2015

We have been to Alligator creek, or Bowling Green National Park a number of times, You will find it between Giru and Townsville The park is a lovely place to camp either with a camper van or tent or in our case a Troopy we...More

Thank Lorraine M
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Erin M
Are there crocodiles? Is there a camping area?
June 23, 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
Are you allowed to walk your dog here? Thanks
September 17, 2015|
Response from Lorraine M | Reviewed this property |
No I don't think so due to being a National park