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Rainbow Beach Ultimate Camping

Rainbow Beach, Gympie Area

Indicative Rate * AU$100 to AU$920

Rainbow Beach Ultimate Camping is an exciting new alternative in accommodation. Experience Aussie beach camping in fully equipped beachfront campsites set up for you at beautiful Inskip Point overlooking World Heritage Listed Fraser Island.

Inskip Peninsula is a Protected Recreational Area surrounded by beaches and National Parks. Only ten minutes north of Rainbow Beach township, 2.5 hrs from Brisbane and the quickest and most convenient gateway to Fraser Island.

They offer a nature based, "eco" friendly experience where you don't need to bring any camping equipment of your own - this really is the ultimate way to camp. All you need are your clothes and food. Equipment is professionally pitched and packed as needed, leaving no footprint or permanent structures on the environment. You are so close to nature you can feel it. Rainbow Beach is also home of the famous Coloured Sands and stunning beaches. The sub tropical climate is beautiful all year round. Experiencing this ultimate multi starred holiday is a must.

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Camping
  • Canoeing
  • Hiking/Trekking
  • Surfing
  • Swimming

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

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

Our Rooms

Beach Front Camping Accommodation

Stay right on the beach in comfortable camps, all set up waiting for you. Pitched and packed with camping permits included. Situated in the Protected area of Inskip Peninsula, framed by sandy beaches in the shadow of Fraser Island. Our accommodation is also the entertainment, eco friendly, nature based and mega star rated. The healthy holiday for you and the environment. Rainbow Beach is situated just north of Noosa, just south of Fraser Island, surrounded by National Parks, stunning beaches, the Great Sandy Biosphere and World Heritage Listed Fraser Island. Just a three hour drive from Brisbane International Airport. Extra items are available and packages can be tailored to suit individual needs.

Aussie Beach Camping

Aussie beach camping adventure. Experience the real Australia. Stay in comfortable beach front camps, overlooking spectacular Fraser Island. Everything you need is supplied and set up for you. Designed for the International Visitor to have an authentic Queensland beach holiday. Environmentally friendly, nature based and mega star rated. Rainbow Beach is situated on Australia's Nature Coast, surrounded by National Parks, stunning beaches, the Great Sandy Biosphere and World Heritage Listed Fraser Island. Just a three hour drive from Brisbane International Airport. Their accommodation is the gateway to your adventure.

Team Building Corporate Camp

Their Corporate Team Building "Thong Camps" create a space for the Corporate sector to facilitate team building and fun rewards for staff. Forget "Boot Camps" which frighten the pants off many people, they provide a more playful, adventurous and enjoyable experience. As structured or unstructured as you wish.

Women's Nature Retreats

Their Women's Nature Retreats create a space where ladies can experience peace with their natural environment. A time to replenish, rejuvenate and relish at a gentle pace. The Protected area of Inskip Peninsula, surrounded by National Parks and The Great Sandy Biosphere is both nurturing and embodying.

Fraser Island DIY

This package is designed for the self drive or 4WD Hire visitors heading to Fraser Island but not limited to. You can pick up the camping equipment on your way through Rainbow Beach to Fraser Island. This package is also available for anyone who hasn't got their own camping equipment and would like to do it themselves.
Package includes - 1 Tent, 4 stretchers, 4 Directors chairs, table, barbecue, 2 burner gas stove plus gas, Esky, battery light, crockery and cutlery and water container.
Vehicle Access Permits and camping permits are not included.

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