I’m A Celebrity camp is ‘just FIVE MINUTES drive from the nearest town’

The I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here camp is often portrayed as a remote jungle set deep in the heart of the Australian outback.

However the actual dwelling in Springbrook National Park, New South Wales, is just a five-minute drive from the nearest town of Dungay – which has a population of 300 – according to The Sun.

Meanwhile, just 15 minutes away is Murwillumbah, a busy town of 10,000 people, which has a museum, cinema and even an 18-hole golf course. 

Hmm: The I'm A Celebrity camp in Springbrook National Park, New South Wales, is reportedly just a five-minute drive from the nearest town of Dungay - which has a population of 300

Hmm: The I'm A Celebrity camp in Springbrook National Park, New South Wales, is reportedly just a five-minute drive from the nearest town of Dungay - which has a population of 300

Hmm: The I’m A Celebrity camp in Springbrook National Park, New South Wales, is reportedly just a five-minute drive from the nearest town of Dungay – which has a population of 300

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Moments away from camp is also the Crystal Creek Rainforest Retreat, a five-star complex of cabin lodges, and the four-star Mouses House Rainforest Retreat. 

Despite its relative proximity to several towns, the campmates arrived in helicopters and skydived in. 

The actual camp is in the south-west of Springbrook National Park, while Dungay Creek is where the onsite medical facilities, prop storage, broadcast equipment and other backstage facilities are kept. 

Interesting: Moments away from camp is also the Crystal Creek Rainforest Retreat, a five-star complex of cabin lodges, and the four-star Mouses House Rainforest Retreat

Interesting: Moments away from camp is also the Crystal Creek Rainforest Retreat, a five-star complex of cabin lodges, and the four-star Mouses House Rainforest Retreat

Interesting: Moments away from camp is also the Crystal Creek Rainforest Retreat, a five-star complex of cabin lodges, and the four-star Mouses House Rainforest Retreat

The evicted campmates will join their families at the 200-room five-star Palazzo Versace hotel in Surfers Paradise, Queensland. 

Season one of I’m A Celebrity was filmed at a smaller site at King Ranch, near Tully, Queensland, but has been at Dungay Creek since season two.   

MailOnline has contacted I’m A Celebrity representatives for comment. 

Civilization! Meanwhile, just 15 minutes away is Murwillumbah (pictured), a busy town of 10,000 people, which has a museum, cinema and even an 18-hole golf course

Civilization! Meanwhile, just 15 minutes away is Murwillumbah (pictured), a busy town of 10,000 people, which has a museum, cinema and even an 18-hole golf course

Civilization! Meanwhile, just 15 minutes away is Murwillumbah (pictured), a busy town of 10,000 people, which has a museum, cinema and even an 18-hole golf course

Confusing: Despite its relative proximity to several towns, the campmates arrived in helicopters and skydived in

Confusing: Despite its relative proximity to several towns, the campmates arrived in helicopters and skydived in

Confusing: Despite its relative proximity to several towns, the campmates arrived in helicopters and skydived in

It comes amid claims the campmates are reportedly in danger of 200 bush fires as they lead nearby towns to be evacuated, according to The Mirror.

A source told the publication that bosses are working with the local fire services to ensure that the camp can be evacuated if the blazes move any closer, as towns mere miles away have already been cleared.

It comes three years after a Dingo Dollar challenge was abandoned and the entire camp was evacuated after an enormous rain storm flooded the main camp, leading the celebrities to take shelter in the Bush Telegraph.

Is it really remote? The actual camp is in the south-west of Springbrook National Park, while Dungay Creek is where the onsite medical facilities, prop storage, broadcast equipment and other backstage facilities are kept

Is it really remote? The actual camp is in the south-west of Springbrook National Park, while Dungay Creek is where the onsite medical facilities, prop storage, broadcast equipment and other backstage facilities are kept

Is it really remote? The actual camp is in the south-west of Springbrook National Park, while Dungay Creek is where the onsite medical facilities, prop storage, broadcast equipment and other backstage facilities are kept

A source said: ‘We speak to the fire services regularly and we are also monitoring the bushfires today in Oxenford and Wongawallan.

‘There is no immediate danger but the safety and the welfare of our cast and crew is our number one concern, and so we will continue to watch how the fires develop. 

‘We are really hoping they don’t get any closer to camp.’ 

When contacted by MailOnline a representative for I’m A Celebrity said: ‘We speak to the Fire services regularly and as standard practice would of course be monitoring the bush fires in Oxenford and Wongawallan.’ 

Scary: It comes amid claims the campmates could be engulfed by a staggering 200 bush fires, according to The Mirror

Scary: It comes amid claims the campmates could be engulfed by a staggering 200 bush fires, according to The Mirror

Scary: It comes amid claims the campmates could be engulfed by a staggering 200 bush fires, according to The Mirror

In danger: A source told the publication that bosses are working with the local fire services to ensure that the camp can be evacuated if the blazes move any closer

In danger: A source told the publication that bosses are working with the local fire services to ensure that the camp can be evacuated if the blazes move any closer

In danger: A source told the publication that bosses are working with the local fire services to ensure that the camp can be evacuated if the blazes move any closer

 

 

 

 

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