Best Bribie Island Camping Grounds

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Bribie Island is an incredible island that has everything you ever wanted. While many islands are full of lush green open spaces, as well as beaches, this island has so much more to offer. When you are not exploring the parks, or relaxing on the beach, you can easily spend your days at the stores, museums, art galleries, and restaurants.

This island is over in Moreton Bay, which is not too far from the Pacific Coast Way. If you are traveling from Sydney, it will take you approximately twelve hours to reach your destination. However, if you are in Brisbane, your journey will only take you approximately two hours.

You will have so many options when it comes to accommodations on Bribie Island, but the camping grounds will allow you to fall in love with this island so much more.

Bribie Island Camping Grounds

Bribie Island Caravan Park

Bribie Island Caravan Park is only a couple hours from Brisbane and less than thirty minutes from the beautiful Sunshine Coast. This camping ground is only two hundred meters from Woorim Beach, so you can easily go swimming, fishing, and boating in just seconds from your campsite.

When you are not surfing at the beach, you can swim in the pool. You can also walk to the nearby restaurants or simply wander around to meet all your camping neighbors.

There are tent and RV camping sites, but they also rent out cabins. The sizes and locations of the cabins vary, so you will want to check out your options before making your reservations.

The amenities at this camping ground include a basketball court, tennis court, game room, camp kitchen, workshop, and laundry facilities.

Bongaree Caravan Park

The Bongaree Caravan Park is in a location on the island that is close to many of the local shops and restaurants. You will find this camping ground directly across from Pumicestone Passage. It is in that location where you will see the dolphins out in the water, as well as turtles and dugongs.

Swimming is one of the most popular activities at this camping ground. However, you may find that you are intrigued with all the walking paths that are scattered throughout the camping ground and the rest of the island.

There are numerous camping sites for tents and RVs, but there are also cabins and cottages available for rent. Each one offers spectacular views of the Redcliffe Peninsula and the Glasshouse Mountains.

There is a huge amenities block at this camping ground, as well as a modern camp kitchen, barbecue area, and laundry facilities.

Big4 Sandstone Point Holiday Resort

The Big4 Sandstone Point Holiday Resort is not on Bribie Island, but it isn’t too far away. You can easily reach this camping ground from the Sunshine Coast and Brisbane CBD.

There are so many things to do at this camping ground. This family friendly destination offers a playground, jumping pillow, waterpark, tennis courts, and even a movie room. There is also a swimming pool, petting zoo, and go karts.

You can choose a tenting campsite, RV site, or rent one of the beautiful cabins. The cabins offer a luxurious camping experience and you can even choose one that has a safari vibe.

The amenities include an amenities block, arcade games, barbecue areas, camp kitchen, convenience store, gym, free Wi-Fi, and laundry facilities.

National Park Camping Spots

There are a lot of national park camping destinations for you to choose from when you are camping in Bribie Island. You must obtain a camping permit to camp at any of these sites. These campsites are only for tents. You can reach some of them via a four-wheel drive vehicle, while others can only be accessed by boat.

Gallagher Point Camping Area
There are a few bush camping sites at Gallagher Point Camping Area. This camping ground is on the western side of the island and you can use a four-wheel drive vehicle to get there. It is an excellent idea to bring portable toilets with you, because there are no bathrooms. Thankfully, it will not take you long to walk to your campsite, so this extra item will not be too much of a bother. This is a perfect camping spot, because you can go for long walks, swims, and kayak trips.

Lime Pocket Camping Area
Lime Pocket Camping Area is a secluded camping ground that you can only reach by boat. This camping ground is located on the western side of the island. If you plan on barbecuing, you must bring your own wood with you. There are many areas to walk around in this section of the park and you can easily go swimming whenever you wish.

Poverty Creek Campground
You can easily get to Poverty Creek Campground via four-wheel drive vehicle or boat. This camping ground is on the western side of Bribie Island and it is the best spot if you plan on doing a lot of fishing. It is also a good location for paddleboarding, canoeing, and kayaking.

Ocean Beach Camping Area
The Ocean Beach Camping Area is located behind the sand dunes on the beach, so you will be closer to the water than you think. You will find this camping ground on the northeastern side of the island and you can get there via a four-wheel drive vehicle. You must wander around this area during your visit, so you can see the ruins of Fort Bribie.
These are the best camping grounds on, or near, Bribie Island. This is a fabulous destination to visit and you will see so much more of it when you choose to stay at one of these camping grounds.

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Maureen Spencer

Maureen Spencer

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