Whitsunday Island Camping Connections Pty Ltd

Shute Harbour, Whitsunday Area

Indicative Rate * AU$65 to AU$160

Camping - the affordable way to experience the majestic Whitsundays. Whitsunday Island Camping Connections operate the barge "Scamper" which offers independent travellers transfers from Shute Harbour, Queensland to over one dozen National Park campsites throughout the beautiful Whitsunday islands including the famous Whitehaven Beach. Return transfers include drinking water of five litres per person per day. Equipment and camp kits are available for hire. A barge service is also available for transporting group bookings, kayakers and other adventure travellers.

Waterfront
Shute Harbour, Whitsunday Area
Queensland
Australia

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One way or return transfers available to Whitehaven Beach on Whitsunday Island (minimum two adults required). Return transfers also include drinking water of five litres per person per day. Equipment and camp kits are available for hire. National Park camping permit required.

One way or return transfers available to Dugong Beach, Nari's Beach and Joe's Beach in Cid Harbour, also to Henning Island and Hook Passage (minimum two adults required). Return transfers include drinking water of five litres per person per day. Equipment and camp kits are available for hire. National Park camping permit required for all locations.

One way or return transfers available to Crayfish Beach on Hook Island (minimum two adults required). One way or return transfers available to Maureen's Cove and Steen's Beach on Hook Island (minimum four adults required). Return transfers include drinking water of five litres per person per day. Equipment and camp kits are available for hire. National Park camping permit required for all locations.

One way or return transfers available to Sandy Bay and Paddle Bay on South Molle Island, also Planton Island and Denman Island (minimum two adults required). Return transfers include drinking water of five litres per person per day. Equipment and camp kits available for hire. National Park camping permit required for all locations.

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