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The Six Best Camping Sites In Queensland

Camping is one of the best ways to find yourself in nature and a great way to bond with your loved ones. With the right camping locations, one can find out more the beautiful country that we live in, and you might even discover something special about yourself.

So today, Camping Swags will share with you with some of the best Camping Sites in Queensland to roll out your camping swag.

  1. Fraser Island

As the largest (and most beautiful,) sand island in the world, World Heritage site listed Fraser Island is a must try for any true Queensland visitor experience. Camping here is of course one of the most popular ways to explore this majestic island, you can also find a wide variety of camps sites across the island to choose from.

For those who desire a little solitude, camping along the eastern beach would have to be the most ideal option. Choose a place anywhere along the island and enjoy the soothing sound of the lapping waters, the feel of the pure sands between your toes, and the gorgeous turquoise waters of your surroundings. So pack your camping swag and get the Fraser Island sand between your toes.

  1. Inkship Peninsula, Rainbow Beach

 You didn’t think we’d write a camping list and exclude the best Camping-beach site in Australia, did you?

If you’re after the camping experience at the beach but can’t find any locations that suit your desires then drop your pin on Rainbow Beach because Camping Swags assures you that this place is the real deal.

Just 15 minutes ride north from the main strip of Rainbow Beach you can find Inkship Peninsula campgrounds (seriously, just check out their Facebook group for the beautiful off-road stories).

Your camping swag will be shaded by beach oaks and cypress pine, and you’ll get the pleasures of both open beach and estuary landscapes.

  1. Cape Tribulation

Cape Tribulation is in the far northeast of Queensland Australia. Wake up to the sounds of sea and birds in the beautiful Cape Tribulation.  Travelers who camp here rave about this amazing campground. Here you can find super friendly staff that will serve you amazing woodfired pizzas! Packed with clean amenities, bars, restaurants, and more you can share communal fires with the other campers and watch the most beautiful sunrises and sunsets together. This is camping done right.

  1. Noosa North Shore

Only a few people get to encounter the truly laid-back side of Noosa, but those who book a campsite at Noosa North Shore do.

Noosa North Shore is a coastal region in the Shire of Noosa, Queensland, Australia.

Noosa North Shore Beach Campground can be reached by only a short two-minute ferry ride across the river. Spend your days here fishing, bushwalking, and 4WDing, surfing, or kicking back at your camp base.

  1. Gregory Downs

Next on the list is the lovely little town of Gregory Downs. Suitable for pets, this campsite is a free, enjoyable location for anyone who is seeking a camping experience. And for nautical adventure fans you can also rent a canoe here!

The town is famous for the rodeo, horse racing, and canoe race on the May long weekend. The pubs here too are definitely worth a visit.

Facilities include public children’s playground, public toilets, race track, and airstrip, medical center tennis courts, community hall, etc.

For an enjoyable and comfortable camping experience, it is very essential that one has all the camping accessories and that certainly includes a quality camping swag. The team at Camping Swags are experts in the field and will turn your camping into virtual glamping.

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