CURRENTLY CLOSED Due to surrounding destruction from the rain event post Cyclone Jasper, Bloomfield Cabins and Camping is only open as an Emergency Housing Refuge or for Emergency Support Workers. It is unknown when we may re-open again for general camping. Highly unlikely to be until 2025. Thank you for visiting our site. Kat, Yogi and Bear (the real boss!)
Your Oasis Away From Home
Our friendly tropical Oasis provides visitors tranquil accommodation and camping options with everything you need and none of the distractions.
Some love from our customers
A beautiful place, so spacious, very pet friendly. A large area for the kids to play soccer or footy etc … camp kitchen is nice … amenities are great too .. clean and great water pressure. Not your normal caravan park, which is why we like it.
LivingYourDream – wikicamps July 2022
Absolutely loved this place. Our favourite of our travels. So peaceful and relaxing. Such lovely owners. Beautiful grounds and camp kitchen. I didn’t want to leave.
Nichielove – wikicamps July 2022
just a short drive to excellent fishing at Weary Beach but far enough away to be sheltered from the wind.
TerriSC – wikicamps June 2022
A glorious little piece of tranquility. Neat, tidy and clean, this hideaway offers a special piece of the Daintree to relax and use as a gateway to many adventures. Loved it and will come again.
SBarrett – google May 2022
Where to find us
Our peaceful location
We are situated at the northern end of the famous Bloomfield track (currently 4wd) in the little township of Ayton on the Bloomfield River, Ayton is also just 1 hour south of Cooktown on a sealed highway.
Bloomfield Cabins and Camping is 10 acres including 5 acres of spectacular rain forest, a paradise for birds both large and small and home to a variety of local wildlife.
It is a beautiful and relaxing place to spend a few peaceful days, or weeks…
There are shady powered as well as unpowered sites or if you fancy a bit of indulgence, there are several cabins, safari tents and even a two bedroom fully self contained cottage (2 night minimum stay – why wouldn’t you 😉).
What do in the area
The camping area is close to the beautiful Weary Bay, and just a stones throw from the Bloomfield River. The Roaring Meg Falls, high up in the Ranges makes a great outing and a great spot for a swim.
A perfect spot to park up and explore the wealth of interesting locations all around, or just come for the sensational fishing.
Fishing in both the ocean and river is great for people with or without boats. There is an excellent concrete boat ramp on the river or just fish off the river bank or river mouth for some great catches.
The Great Barrier Reef is offshore from the mouth of the Bloomfield River. Hope Island is a close, popular destination with great snorkeling.
The township of Ayton has a well stocked Ayton General Store for supplies and some interesting galleries, “The Black Cockatoo” is a must see and the indigenous gallery at Wujal Wujal has local talented artists displaying their work.
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