Hardings Paddock Campground

Located 16km south of Ipswich in the Flinders-Goolman Conservation Estate, Hardings Paddock Campground is a beautiful spot surrounded by natural bushland with lots of walking trails.

There are eight bush camping sites here and each site can accommodate a maximum of 6 people. The eight camp sites are well spaced out for privacy and there is space for parking your vehicle beside each site. Each site also has their own picnic tables.

The Hardings Paddock Campground has an undercover camp kitchen with gas BBQs, a sink and lots of tables with seating. Drop toilets are provided as are shower cubicles but you must bring your own water. You must also bring your own drinking water as there is none available on site. There is a maximum stay of 3 consecutive nights at Hardings Paddock Campground and sites must be booked prior to arrival.

The camping area at Harding’s Paddock is locked at all times. Once your booking is confirmed you will receive a Camping Permit/Booking Confirmation which will contain the combination code to access the camping grounds. The combination code is changed on a regular basis. You must display the camping permit number (booking number) on your vehicle dashboard and camping accommodation at all times.

Domestic animals other than guide dogs are not allowed at Harding Paddock Campground but onsite holding yards for horses are available. Horses must be held within the holding yard area only and not within the campground or picnic/day use area. Water suitable for horses is available at the yards. (source: www.discoveripswich.com.au)

There is some mobile phone service here, but it will depend on your carrier.
Unfortunately dogs are not allowed at this campsite.

The maximum time limit for staying here is 3 consecutive nights.

Hardings Paddock Campground at a glance


  • Fees Apply
  • Time Limits Apply


  • Grassy Areas
  • Scenic Outlook
  • Shady Areas


  • 2WD Accessible
  • Disabled Access


  • Camper Trailer
  • Caravan
  • Motor Home
  • Non‑Powered Sites
  • Tent


  • Bike Riding
  • Bird Watching
  • Bush Walking / Hiking
  • Cycling
  • Horse Riding


  • Barbeque
  • Camp Kitchen
  • Picnic Tables
  • Sheltered Picnic Tables
  • Toilets
  • Water Available (Non‑Drinkable)

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