Camping Queensland Coast

Fraser Island

Fraser Island is an incredibly beautiful place located at the Fraser Coast. Known as the largest sand island in the world, this picturesque place is something not to miss. Camping on the beach here is the best way to see the island. Remember do not try to drive a 4WD on the beach unless you have experience – it is a dangerous place for those who are new. Read more here.

Fraser Island

Agnes Waters/1770

1770 is a small coast village just north of Bundaberg. It is known as 1770 because Captain James Cook landed here in May 1770. It is a beautiful and peaceful holiday destination and a must see in Queensland. Being the closest access point to the south of the Great Barrier Reef and the northern most surf beach on the East Coast of Australia, this destination proves to be unique and special. It also happens to be one of only three places on the East Coast from which the sunset can be experienced over the ocean.


1770/Agnes Waters

Turkey Beach

This small coastal town is fabulous for fishing on the reef. Just south of Rockhampton, this area is a combination of both country and coast. There are no shopping facilities here so make sure you are well prepared when you head out.

Turkey Beach
Turkey Beach: HomeHound

Crystal Creek

Crystal Creek is the go to camping grounds for Townsville locals. With waterfalls, rock pools and great fishing nearby this is a great camping destination for families. Registration fees are $5.

Little Crystal Creek

Lake Tinaroo

Located in the Atherton Tablelands, Lake Tinaroo is one of the regions most popular attraction. It lures visitors from all over the world, at all times of the year. The landscape and environment are unique to the tropics and beautifully photogenic.

Lake Tinaroo: Tinaroo Resort
Lake Tinaroo: Tinaroo Resort

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