Moreton Island Camping Areas - Moreton Island Camper Trailer Hire I Glamping Accommodation
Moreton Island Camping Areas
Moreton Island camping areas has a range of great camping spots, with some offering more facilities than others. Here is a rundown on what Moreton Island has available for camper trailers.
Ben-Ewa Camping Area
This camping area is located approx 1 klm north of the barge landing point or 7 klm south of Bulwer township. Tucked back from the western beach offering sheltered campsites from the weather. Offering toilet facilities, cold showers and portable toilet waste disposal point.
Camp fires are allowed and there are 12 sites on offer, you can fit a camper trailer into some of the sites.
As not a lot of turning area when you drive in from the beach, I would walk in first to see what is available.
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47 camp sites are located here and are spread out over a large area. Parks have provided toilets, cold showers, chemical toilet disposal and water for campers. Camp fires are permitted and you can drive in towing a camper trailer to find your campsite.
This area Moreton Island camping areas has lots of trees for shade and walking tracks to the beach. As it’s a big area, depending on where you camp, you could end up being a long way from the showers and toilets, so I’d go prepared with your own. All our camper trailers come provided with outdoor shower and chemical toilet.
The camping area is not far from the township of Bulwer and if you need any supplies or want a takeaway, this makes it popular.
North West Camping Area
This is by far the most popular of the Moreton Island camping areas with 76 camping sites spread out from just south of Cowan township to the Bulwer bypass. A lot have beautiful water views and are private.
Campfires are allowed and generators. In peak times it can be hard to get a spot here, there is a couple of spots that are hidden from view and this is were local knowledge comes in.
Camper trailers are only suitable for probably 30% of this zone, as you need a good turning area and flat approach, otherwise you will get bogged.
North Point Camping Area
This Moreton Island camping areas is nestled just at the back of Cape Moreton and offers cold showers, water and toilet facilities. No camp fires allowed here or generators. There is only 4 camper trailer spots available and you need to book ahead to secure yours. The camper trailer spots here are rather small compared to other areas.
If you love surfing this is the spot for you, many surfers come here for the North Point break.
Yellow Patch Camping Area
Just back from the North Point camping area and spread out you’ll find 9 camping sites available and most suit camper trailers. You can drive along here with your camper trailer on while looking for your ideal campsite. Camp fires and generators are allowed, basically you have to be self sufficient in this area. Semi surf beach out the front with beautiful sandy beach make this an ideal place to get away from it all. Sandflies can be a problem here, so bring insect repellent.
Blue Lagoon Camping Area
Situated on the surf side of Moreton Island and holding 22 campsites near the beautiful blue lagoon. Suitable for camper trailers and offers cold showers, water and toilet facilities. Campfires are allowed here. Best road to travel is the one from Bulwer to blue lagoon as it doesn’t get a chewed up as middle road from Tangalooma does.
North East Camping Zone
Basically surf side camping area spread out over a large area marked with totem poles. 89 campsites are here and best to walk in off the beach to make sure you have enough room to manoeuvre. Campfires allowed and generator, you need to be self sufficient.
South East Camping Zone
South of middle road and located on the surf side with 35 campsites marked with totem poles spread out over a large area. Lots have water views and again you need to walk in off the beach to check you have room to manoeuvre. Campfires allowed and generator, you need to be self sufficient.
Moreton Island is a 37km long sand island located in Moreton Bay, off the coast of south-east Queensland, Australia. Moreton Island is just off the coast of southeastern Queensland, Australia. The protected sand island is known for its beaches and steep dunes, like Mount Tempest. On the west coast, a dive site features coral and tropical fish around a group of sunken boats called the Tangalooma Wrecks. A dolphin feeding spot is nearby. Humpback whales can be viewed from Cape Moreton, the site of a 19th-century lighthouse.
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