Bribie Island National Park and Recreation Area is a stunning natural oasis.
Home to a protected state forest and tons of adventure, this destination is a must-visit.
Bribie Island National Park & Recreation Area, 4WD Map & Permits, QLD
Bribie Island National Park and Recreation Area are also famous for unforgettable camping experiences. Several campsites can only be accessed by a four-wheel-drive vehicle, while others require a boat. The 4WD accessible sites are Gallagher Point, Poverty Creek, and Ocean Beach. Gallagher Point is a small campsite, though there are no amenities here (such as toilets). For this reason, campers should bring their own portable toilets.
Poverty Creek is a larger campsite, flanked by shady trees and lush green surrounds. This area is recommended for group camping and camping trailers since they are better equipped to handle tourists, thanks to the presence of toilets, cold showers, water taps, fireplaces, and picnic tables. Meanwhile, Ocean Beach campsites are located behind the dunes, with the facilities here including cold showers, toilets, and water taps. Either way, you can still choose to bring your own portable toilet system.
If you are travelling with kids, bring them to explore the tidal waters surrounding the island. Together, you can look for prawns, crabs, and fish that breed in the passage. You may also encounter dugongs and shorebirds.
Bribie Island National Park and Recreation Area is a must-visit for nature and adventure lovers.