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Deepwater National Park Camping Ground

Agnes Water, Gladstone Area

Indicative Rate * AU$11.90 to AU$11.90

Vehicle based camping is permitted at Wreck Rock and Middle Rock in Deepwater National Park camping areas.

Wreck Rock can be accessed by Four Wheel Drive from the north or by conventional vehicle from the south. Middle Rock camping area is accessible only by high clearance Four Wheel Drives.

Toilets and a cold outdoor shower are provided at Wreck Rock camping area. Middle Rock camping area is a back to nature experience - facilities are not provided.

Camping permits are required and fees apply. A camping tag (printable after booking online) with your booking number must be displayed at your camp site.

Facilities

  • Communal Shower

Activities

  • Camping
  • Off Road Driving

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
Deepwater National Park
Agnes Water, Gladstone Area
Queensland
Australia

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Wreck Rock Camping Area

Wreck Rock camping area sits behind the fore dunes in Deepwater National Park. This camping area is accessible to high clearance Four Wheel Drives only and is not suitable for caravans and buses. Campfires are permitted in the fire rings provided (except when there are restrictions in place). It is just a short walk over the dunes to the beach and water.

Middle Rock Camping Area

Behind the fore dunes sit Middle Rock camping ground in Deepwater National Park Camping Ground. This camping area is accessible to high clearance Four Wheel Drives only and is not suitable for caravans and buses. Campfires are permitted in the fire rings provided (except when there are restrictions in place). It is just a short walk over the dunes to the beach and water.

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