Our Activities


Camping is a great way to discover the untouched beauty of our national parks. While enjoying your camping experience.

Up on the mountains, or in our great outback, there are many things to consider before heading out.


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Roll on up with your own bike or rain down on us with your whole club or organisation. We are happy to accommodate individuals and groups of all sizes.

Choose Glendon Camping Grounds for our tracks but stay and enjoy our other facilities too. All tracks have easy access to the campsite and those all important hot showers.

All riders must be fully qualified and respect Glendon Camping Grounds’ safety rules at all times.

All bikes and quads must be in good working order and not overly harmful to the natural environment.

Bring the children along to enjoy the day on the PEE WEE tracks.




Glendon has its own dam called (Sun Chan Dam) stocked with yellow belly, silver perch, catfish, turtles & blue claw ( yabbies )

Please check with Glendon Camping staff about your fishing rights. Sustainability is important to us so most fish will need to be thrown back to the water once caught.

Be very careful when wadding out into open water.

Always wear appropriate clothing, footwear and head protection.

Carry a first aid kit in case of any small accidents.

Do not enter the water if you are not a strong swimmer.

Take some water and snacks just in case you get peckish.



A bush walk is the perfect way to get away from it all and reconnect with nature. With our 2500 acres Glendon offers a whole host of trails for those looking to boot up and head out for a wander.

All of our walks are safe but do a bit of research before you head out and don’t overstretch yourself.

Please don’t disturb any native plant or animal communities that you come across.

Try to to walk in groups of three or more.

Always check the weather before heading out.

Remember insect repellant, sun cream, and a torch.

Make sure you are dressed adequately, especially in terms of footwear.

On longer routes always take some water and a few snacks to keep your energy levels up.



At Glendon we pride ourselves on the variety of activities that we offer our guests and gold panning is one that we are especially proud of. Gold was first discovered here in 1868 and while they are no longer worked, there are definitely still some traces of the stuff to be found today. Come and try your luck!

We hire out gold pans for only $10 per day and it is always finders keepers here.

Feel free to bring your own metal detectors if you have them, but kindly NOTE we do not allow High Banker Machines to be used.

The biggest rumoured discovery here came in at a whopping 55 ounces.

The mines are long closed but there is certainly still some gold left in our hills, come and try your hand at uncovering it for yourself.



With over 2500 acres of natural beauty to explore Glendon Camping Grounds is the perfect place for bird lovers. Here you will find Australia at its most beautiful and on the endless bush walks that we are able to offer you will come across many of our great nation’s winged friends.

Some of the birds that you might happen to come across at Glendon Camping Grounds include, Rainbow Lorikeets, Cockatoos, Ibis, Australian King Parrots, Wrens and Kookaburras.

Your safety is always of paramount concern to us. Glendon Camping Grounds are a perfectly safe environment but you should also respect nature and know your own physical limitations.

It is always essential that you check out the weather forecast before you head off on any of our bush walks.
Don’t forget insect repellants and sun creams.

Be prepared for any unexpected changes in weather by taking waterproofs on all trips.

Take some water and snacks just in case you get peckish.

Bird Watching

Glendon Camping Ground

222 Glendon Rd Thane,

Queensland, Australia

Call  0448 203 048