Inskip Point Camping Ground provides the necessary information for camping on Inskip Peninsula near Rainbow Beach.
Inskip Point Camping Ground
Enjoy the beauty of Inskip Point!
Inskip Point Camping Ground is located opposite the southern tip of World Heritage Fraser Island.
The Pacific Ocean is on the eastern side and the Great Sandy Strait is on the western side.
Inskip Point Camping Ground is a nature-based recreational area.
Camping at Inskip Point
When camping at Inskip point, you have FOUR camping site options.
- MV Sarawak campground – 2WD access
- SS Dorrigo campground – 2WD access but 4WD access recommended
- MV Natone campground – 4WD access only
- MV Beagle campground – 4WD access only
NOTE: All Inskip Point Camping Grounds require valid camping permits. You can obtain these camping permits by:
(a) booking Online
(b) booking by phone 13 74 68
(c) booking in person at QPWS Rainbow Beach Office, Rainbow Beach Road, Rainbow Beach (8am – 4pm daily)
(d) booking in person at Manta Ray Barges, 66 Rainbow Beach Road, Rainbow Beach (6am – 4pm daily)
(e) booking in person at Fraser Island Fuels, Shell Service Station, 36 Rainbow Beach Road, Rainbow Beach (6am – 6pm daily).
Being a nature-based recreational area, there are certain rules that apply. For example:
- No camping on the foredunes
- No littering – rubbish bins are available in the area
- No emptying of content of portable toilets
- Sand pegs must be used at all times – no tying ropes to trees
- Dogs must be kept on a leash at all times
Caring For Inskip Point Camping Ground
Caring for Inskip Point Camping Grounds is the duty of all campers so as to minimise the disturbance to this fragile area and its wildlife.
Essentials For Inskip Point
You will need to bring the following:
- Fresh water – water service facility on Clarkson Drive
- Fuel stoves – more environmentally friendly than open fires
- Milled firewood – if using campfire
Enjoy your stay at Inskip Point Camping Ground!
People often ask if caravans and camper trailers are suitable for Inskip Point. It appears that there are a number of spots for caravans and camper trailers on both sides of the road leading up to the Fraser ferry.
There is no power so you will need to take a generator if you enjoy the comforts of home. In areas where generators are acceptable, you may be able to use a small low dB generator up to 2.0 Kva. It is necessary to keep noise to a minimum. You will need to turn generators off after 9:00pm.
It is worth checking because these rules often change – You can check at Rainbow Beach Tourist Information Centre or Queensland National Parks.
You can check out other things to do at Rainbow Beach Adventure – Rainbow Beach Adventure.
While at Inskip Point Camping Ground, why not book a Fraser Island Tour – Fraser Island Tours.
You may want to discover Fraser Island in your own time. Fraser Island 4WD hire is for you – Fraser Island 4WD hire.
For more information, click on Rainbow Beach Camping Grounds.