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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.
If you like sailing, fishing, kayaking, swimming, walking, sightseeing or just prefer to kick back, relax and watch the sunset over the water only a stone throw away from your back porch, then Amity Point Waterfront Cabins is just the place for you. Walk out of your cabin and you are only walking distance away from shops, a club and a restaurant. You can throw out a line on our private fishing deck then sit back, watch and listen to the cool and calming ocean breeze. As the sun falls behind the horizon you can light up the barbecue and cook up your prized catch. Amity Point Water Front Cabins is completely self contained and is perfect for a relaxing and enjoyable holiday.
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.