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Vehicle Access Permits (4WD Permits - not valid for motorbikes) - BOOK NOW or CHECK AVAILABILITY
Four wheel driving is allowed on Flinders Beach and Main Beach and designated access points are outlined in our 4WDriving Brochure and requires a valid Vehicle Access Permit. The annual Vehicle Access Permit is $39.55, and revenue raised is put towards maintaining, improving and supporting the island's natural areas. Your permit sticker must be displayed in the lower left side of your windscreen at all times. Please note that your permit can be cancelled or suspended by Authorised Officers should you not comply with the Conditions of Issue.
Adder Rock Camping Ground - BOOK NOW or CHECK AVAILABILITY
Situated on one of the Islands 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. Adder Rock beach lies directly in front of the park, and is patrolled during holiday periods. Campers also have direct access to Home Beach and Adder Rock surf beaches. (No domestic animals or pets).
107 (6X6) unpowered tents sites, 13 unpowered camper-van/trailer/caravan sites, 26 powered sites, 7 cabins.
Amity Point Camping Ground - BOOK NOW or CHECK AVAILABILITY
With magnificent views over Moreton Bay and the Glass House Mountains, the northern end of the camping ground is a popular fishing spot. Sites in sunny open areas and shady glades under native cotton trees. A tranquil family setting, ideal for fishing & boating, and a short drive to surf beaches. The beachfront offers spectacular sunset views over Moreton bay. (No domestic animals or pets).
143 unpowered sites, 28 unpowered camper-van/trailer/caravan sites, 23 powered sites, 13 cabins.
Cylinder Beach Camping Ground - BOOK NOW or CHECK AVAILABILITY
A shady campground facing Cylinder Beach, one of Straddie’s most iconic surf beaches. With a direct north orientation, and a sunny outlook, the site enjoys protection from the prevailing winds. The camping ground is close to the cafes, boutiques, and restaurants of Point Lookout, and the renowned Stradbroke Island Beach Hotel. Its position makes the camping ground extremely popular during peak holiday periods, so early bookings are essential. (No domestic animals or pets).
60 unpowered sites, 8 powered sites. No cabins. (Campervans, caravans on powered sites only)
Cylinder Beach Camping Ground will undergo routine maintenance and painting between the 9th ~ 17th of June 2014. In order to minimise inconvenience to guests, we won't be taking any bookings over this period.
Home Beach Camping Ground - BOOK NOW or CHECK AVAILABILITY
The Home Beach shower & toilet block requires a swipe card for access. You will need to collect the your access card from either the Dunwich Booking Centre or the Adder Rock Camping Ground office between 8am and 4pm.
This small camping ground faces north onto Home Beach and enjoys a sunny position, and protection from the prevailing south-easterly winds. The camping ground is situated along the broad expanse of Home Beach and is ideal for those looking for a lazy beach break and easy access to Point Lookout, or to Flinders Beach. There are powered sites with concrete slabs, grass powered sites and unpowered tent sites available. (No domestic animals or pets).
12 unpowered sites, 12 powered sites. No cabins. No onsite manager.
Flinders Beach Camping Ground - Beach Camping - BOOK NOW or CHECK AVAILABILITY
Twelve beachfront camping areas nestled in the islands dunes. The camp sites are in natural areas and are only accessible from the beach outside of high tide times, or by bush tracks. A 4WDrive vehicle is a necessity for access to these sites. The only facilities provided on Flinders Beach are toilets at a number of key access points. Dogs are allowed when camping at Flinders Beach, however they must be on a lead at all times. 2 dogs maximum per campsite applies.
200 unpowered sites. Don't forget to buy a Vehicle Access Permit.
Main Beach Camping Ground - Beach Camping - BOOK NOW or CHECK AVAILABILITY
Main Beach stretches for 32kms from Jumpinpin at the southern end of the island, to Point Lookout at the north. Fifteen designated camping areas at the southern end of Main Beach approx 17km south of Point Lookout. Great surfing beaches and excellent beach fishing, this is a prime location for more experienced campers and 4WDrivers. No facilities, access is by 4WD vehicle only along the beach. Dogs allowed - must be on a lead at all times. 2 dogs maximum per campsite applies.
300 unpowered sites. Don't forget to buy a Vehicle Access Permit.
Adams Beach Camping Ground -BOOK NOW or CHECK AVAILABILITY
Walking distance of the ferry terminal and the main streets of Dunwich, the campground is perfect for boating enthusiasts and fishermen. Facing west and located directly on the bay, with magnificent sunsets. Visitors can enjoy the unique attractions such as the Historical Dunwich Cemetery, North Stradbroke Island Museum and local Indigenous Art Galleries. Dunwich has a supermarket, a chemist, a butcher, various cafes and a petrol station. (No domestic animals or pets).
6 unpowered sites, 20 powered sites. No cabins. No onsite manager.
Adams Beach Camping Ground is currently closed, undergoing a restoration. For information on the Adams Beach Restoration Project please see our News & Events page.
Bradburys Beach Camping Ground - BOOK NOW or CHECK AVAILABILITY
Bradburys Beach now has a boomgate which requires a pin code to access, and the shower & toilet block requires a swipe card for access. You will need to collect the pin code and your access card from our Dunwich Booking Centre between 8am and 4pm.
Popular with boaties and fishing enthusiasts, this small camp ground is a short walk from the One Mile jetty and 1 km from the barge/ferry terminal at Dunwich. Facing west, the camp ground is located directly on the bay, enjoying magnificent sunsets. Located within the historic town of Dunwich, the historic Dunwich Cemetery, Little Ship Club, North Stradbroke Island Museum and Indigenous Art Galleries are all within walking distance. (No domestic animals or pets).
37 unpowered sites, 31 powered sites. No cabins. No onsite manager.
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Peak Season DatesSaturday 14th of December 2013 to Monday 27th January 2014 inclusive.
- Saturday 5th April to Monday 21st April 2014 inclusive.
- Saturday 28th June to Sunday 13th July 2014 inclusive.
- Saturday 20th September to Monday 6th October 2014 inclusive.
- Saturday 13th December 2014 to Monday 26th January 2015 Inclusive.
- Friday 3rd April to Sunday 19th April 2015 inclusive.
- Saturday 27th June to Sunday 12th July 2015 inclusive.
- Saturday 19th September to Monday 5th October 2015 inclusive.
- Saturday 12th December 2015 to late January 2016.
* Rates increase slightly on the 1st of July annually. Ratess calculated automatically when booking.