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Moreton Island National Park and Recreation Area Camping Ground

Moreton Island, Brisbane Area

Indicative Rate * AU$11.90 to AU$11.90

Moreton Island provides a variety of coastal camping experiences, some accessible by Four Wheel Drives, others accessible by boat or close to barge landing points. A vehicle access permit is required to drive on Moreton Island.

Camping permits are required and fees apply. A camping tag with your booking number must be displayed at your camp site at all times. All camping permits must be obtained before you arrive on the island (there is no self-registration on site).

You can camp in the five campgrounds and five camping zones along the beach. All camp sites are marked with a totem. Camping is permitted at a number of sites behind the foredunes. Protect the dunes by using existing camp sites and access tracks.

Activities

  • Camping
  • Off Road Driving

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

Our Rooms

North West Camping Zone

With 76 different sites to choose from the north west camping zone on Moreton Island National park is not to be missed! Many have shade and sea views along with sheltered bay waters only accessible via foot or Four Wheel Drive. Stoke up the fire in an existing fire site and enjoy the best of what nature has to offer.

North East Camping Zone

Covering all eastern beach camp sites in the D'Aguilar National Park Camping Ground the north east camping zone offers exposed surf beaches with sea views and shade. Experienced bushwalkers can journey to the sites on foot whilst others can load up the Four Wheel Drive with all the necessities for a beach side camping holiday to remember!

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Ball Bay

Ball Bay, Mackay Area
Free Entry
The picturesque beach settlement of Ball Bay is located 35 kilometres north of Mackay. Ball Bay offers secluded camping on a small grassy campground. The facilities include toilets, cold beach showers, wood barbecues and drinking water, however animals are not allowed.

Newry Islands National Park

Newry Island, Mackay Area
Free Entry
Newry Islands National Park lies within the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area, an area of outstanding natural beauty and irreplaceable value. Pearl-coloured beaches, exposed rocky headlands, open woodlands and dense rainforest, all surrounded by the sparkling turquoise waters of the Great Barrier Reef—Newry Islands National Park is truly world class World Heritage.

Cape Hillsborough

Cape Hillsborough, Mackay Area
Cape Hillsborough National Park, approximately 50 kilometres north of Mackay, is a rugged natural paradise where rainforest meets the ocean. The rugged scenery, picturesque walking tracks and native wildlife make it a perfect destination to explore.

Cape Hillsborough National Park

Cape Hillsborough, Mackay Area
Free Entry
If you’re looking for a great Aussie nature experience, look no further than Cape Hillsborough National Park with its rainforest-clad hills and rocky headlands overlooking white sandy beaches. Watch the sunrise on the beach and get close to wallabies and kangaroos who search for food in the morning tide.

Hibiscus Coast

Cape Hillsborough, Mackay Area
Free Entry
Waking to greet the spectacular ocean sunrise is the best way to become truly immersed in the ruggedly natural paradise of the Hibiscus Coast. 20 kilometres north of Mackay lies the Hibiscus Coast which includes the delightful seaside towns of Seaforth, Halliday Bay, Ball Bay and Cape Hillsborough.

Smalleys Beach

Cape Hillsborough, Mackay Area
Free Entry
Smalleys Beach is situated approximately 35 kilometres north of Mackay and is part of the Hibiscus Coast. This secluded beach is also located in the Cape Hillsborough National Park and offers limited camping sites.

Wallabies on the Beach at Cape Hillsborough

Cape Hillsborough, Mackay Area
Free Entry
Cape Hillsborough National Park, approximately 45 minutes north of Mackay, is where you'll find rainforest meets the shoreline, volcanic headlands, eucalypt forests home to koalas and kookaburras and prehistoric rock formations.
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