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Alongside Laidley Creek, about 24km south of Laidley, this small, rural camping ground is framed by the Little Liverpool Range and the Great Dividing Range. This venue is wheelchair accessible. There is no drinking water on site. Bookings are essential.
Main Beach stretches for 38kms along the eastern side of the island. Camping is available in fifteen designated areas at the southern end of Main Beach, approximately 17km south of Point Lookout. There is big swell for surfing and excellent beach fishing. There are no facilities and access is by 4WDrive vehicle along the beach. Dogs are allowed, however they must be on a lead at all times. We allow 1 vehicle and 2 dogs per campsite. If you have more than 1 vehicle or more than 2 dogs please book more sites.
Adams Beach Camping Ground is within walking distance of the Dunwich ferry terminal and the main streets of the township. Facing west and located directly on the bay, it enjoys magnificent sunsets and is perfect for boating enthusiasts and fishermen.
The camping ground has six unpowered sites and 20 powered sites.
Visitors can enjoy a range of attractions including the historic Dunwich Ceremony, Little Ships Club, North Stradbroke Island Museum and Indigenous art galleries are all within walking distance. The township has a supermarket, chemist, butcher, various cafes and a petrol station.
Adder Rock Camping Ground is situated on one of the island's northern beaches in the local community of Point Lookout. The camping ground is in a shady location, sheltered behind native tea tree and pandanus forests with direct access to Home Beach and Adder Rock surf beaches. Across the road is a general store and the Manta Lodge Scuba Centre.
The camping grounds have 107 (6X6) unpowered tents sites, 13 unpowered camper-van/trailer/ caravan sites, 26 powered sites, and also seven cabins.
Amity Point Camping Ground is well known for its tranquil beachfront bayside setting and is a favourite for young families for the white sandy beach, calm water and relaxed atmosphere. It has magnificent views over Moreton Bay to Moreton Island and the Glasshouse Mountains and also offers spectacular sunset views. The camping ground has sites in sunny open areas and shady glades under native cotton trees.
There are 143 (6x6) unpowered tent sites, 28 unpowered campervan/trailer/caravan sites, 23 powered sites and 13 cabins. Adjacent to the park is a boat ramp which is ideal for boating and fishing. Land-based fishing is aslo popular from the jetty and rock walls.
Amity Point Camping Grounds has a Manager on site, amenities and coin operated laundry facilities, playground equipment, camp kitchens - covered picnic area with barbecues and washing up facilities. Pets are not allowed.
There is plenty to see and do nearby, with several freshwater lakes, waterways and lagoons to explore. For fun and adventure, there are 4WD tours, fishing charters, sea kayaking tours, a golf course and bowling clubs.
This beach campground has many medium to large sites, with some shady sites available. Easy beach access points leading to the ocean surf beach are provided throughout the campground or take the short walking track to the lagoon and let the stresses of the day (if any!) disappear into the soft tea tree coloured fresh water.
On the eastern side of the island, Blue Lagoon Campground offers beach-style camping for those who like to keep things simple. The grounds are within easy access to the beach and the crystal-clear waters of Blue Lagoon, but can only be reached by 4WD or on foot by experienced bushwalkers. Settle in at one of only 25 sites (suitable for tents, trailers and small caravans) and enjoy the peace and quiet of your natural surrounds.
This small camping ground is popular with boaties and fishing enthusiasts and is a short walk from the One Mile jetty and 1km from the Dunwich ferry/water taxi terminal.
Facing west the camping ground is located directly on the bay, enjoying magnificent sunsets. Located within the small township of Dunwich, the historic Dunwich Ceremony, Little Ships Club, North Stradbroke Island Museum and Indigenous art galleries are all within walking distance.
There are 35 unpowered sites and 26 powered sites.
Bramble Bay Caravan Park in the Moreton bay Region features powered and unpowered lots, tent and RV sites, four cabins and linen hire, sullage, pool, phone, baby wash room, unisex disabled amenities. It is an easy 150m walking distance to beach, and just 50m to a boat ramp. Bus and shops are nearby.
Fifty miles from Brisbane, but a million miles from care. Great facilities in a quiet location, this six acre Top Tourist resort-style park is set in landscaped tropical gardens and only 150m from a beautiful patrolled surf beach, at Woorim.
Recreational facilities include a shaded swimming pool, mini golf, tennis, a recreation hall and entertainment area with games and organised children's activities in the school holidays. A large camp kitchen and covered barbecue area provides a lovely setting for group get togethers.
Unwind and enjoy a restful holiday or weekend in a choice of cabins, deluxe suites, spacious level powered caravan and tent sites priced to suit all budgets. Local shops, restaurant, hotel and Surf Club are just a stroll away and an 'Internet Corner' is provided on-site.