Fraser Island Camping Grounds

Fraser Island Camping Grounds promote camping on Fraser Island by providing information about the government operated camping grounds and the private operated camping grounds.

Fraser Island Camping

Camping is one way to enjoy the beauty of Fraser Island. There are several camping grounds on Fraser Island – several are managed by the government and two are operated privately.

It really comes down to choosing the Fraser Island Camping Grounds that best suit your traveling situation.

Governement Operated Camping Grounds

FORMAL CAMPING GROUNDS:

Fraser Island Camping Grounds

After all, Rainbow Beach Accommodation has the perfect place for you to relax and have fun in the sun, surf or sea.

Central Station – is a large camping ground set in the rainforest of Central Station. Access is only by 4WD. You can access hot showers (coin operated), flushing toilets, water and washing up facilities. A public phone is available and rubbish bins are provided at the entrance of the campsite. Open fires are prohibited and generators are not permitted.

Dundubara – is a large camping ground set back behind the dunes. The campsite is accessible only by 4WD. There is water available with flushing toilets, hot showers (coin operated) and washing up facilities. A pay phone is available and rubbish and recycling bins are available. Generators are not permitted. A communal fire rings is available but open fires prohibited.

Waddy Point Top – is a fenced camping ground set in coastal woodland adjacent to a rocky headland. Access to this campsite is only by 4WD. Water is available with flushing toilets, hot showers (coin operated), washing up facilities and public phone. A communal fire ring is available but open fires absolutely prohibited. Generators are not permitted.

Waddy Point Beachfront – is a large camping ground on the North-East Coast of Fraser Island. The campsite is only accessible by 4WD. Water is available with flushing toilets and washing up facilities. Hot shower (coin operated), communal fire ring and rubbish bins are available in or around the campsite. Generators are not permitted.

Lake Boomanjin – is a fenced camping ground with tent camping only. You will need to park your vehicle and walk-in. There are cold showers, flushing toilets and wishing up facilities available. Picnic tables are available in the communal area. Open fires are not permitted. Generators are permitted with restrictions.

Ungowa – is an open shady camping ground with 4WD and boat access only. There are flushing toilets, washing up facilities, picnic tables available. There is a boat ramp available also. Open fires are prohibited and generator are permitted with restrictions.

Wathumba – is a campsite set behind the fore-dunes on the Western Beach of Fraser Island. Access to this camping ground is by 4WD only. There are toilets and a communal area with picnic tables. Open fires are prohibited and generators are not permitted.

INFORMAL CAMPING GROUNDS:

Eastern Beach Camping Zones – informal camping areas available behind the fore-dunes! These sites are clearly signed. One Tree Rocks beach requires a separate booking.

One Tree Rocks Beach – is on the Eastern side of Fraser Island near Eurong. Access is by 4WD only. No facilities are available. Open fires are prohibited and generators are permitted with restrictions.

Dulara – is a camping area on the South-East side of Fraser Island. It is north of Hook Point. There are no facilities with open fires and generators prohibited.

Madyim – is a camping area on the South-East side of Fraser Island. It is north of Hook Point. There are no facilities available. Open fires and generators are prohibited.

Garulim – is a camping area on the South-East side of Fraser Island. It is north of Hook Point. There are no facilities available and open fires and generators are prohibited.

Western Beach Camping Zones – informal camping with remote campsites! These areas are accessible by boat or 4WD.

Coolooloi Creek – is a camping area on the Western side of Fraser Island. It is west of Hook Point barge landing area. Access to this area is by boat and 4WD only. Picnic tables are available and a boat ramp is in the vicinity. Open fires are prohibited and generators are permitted with restrictions.

A map of Fraser Island Camping Grounds is available for your purusal. To peruse this map, click on Fraser Island Camping Grounds.

WALKER CAMPSITES:

There are small, walk-in camping grounds available for walkers walking the Fraser Island Great Walk. You will need to book online for these campsites.

Private Operated Camping Grounds

Fraser Island Camping

Dilli Village – is an open area campsite. There are powered and unpowered campsites. Campers have access to male and female amenities block with picnic and barbecue areas.

Cathedral Beach – is a large camping area with powered and unpowered campsites. Cathedral Beach is only accessible by 4WD. Most facilities are available when booking campsites at Cathedral Beach.

Purchases

You can purchase essential items like fuel, food, ice and gas refills at the following places on Fraser Island – Happy Valley, Eurong, Cathedral Beach, Orchid Beach or Kingfisher Bay.

Permits

You will need to obtain vehicle permits and camping tags from the Department of Environment and Resource Management before you arrived on Fraser Island. You can purchase these items in person from Level 3, 400 George Street, Brisbane 4000, via the internet - www.derm.qld.gov.au or by phone 1300 130 372


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