The Noosa North Shore Campground is located on the north shore of the Noosa River in a superb location right on the beach and surrounded by National Park.
The campground has limited amenities and basic facilities and is ideally suited to the more self-sufficient camper.
The site is a popular with campers who love to get away from it all and enjoy fishing, surfing, bushwalking, beach walking or 4 wheel driving. Vehicle access to the beach is available a few hundred metres north of the campground, providing a spectacular drive up the beach to Double Island Point, and across to Fraser Island.
While you enjoy a wilderness experience you are a short distance via ferry from Noosa which is one of Australia’s favourite holiday destinations or a short country drive to Noosa’s beautiful hinterland villages which all have something different to offer.
- 240 Wilderness Track, Noosa North Shore
- From Tewantin, catch the Noosa North Shore Ferries across the Noosa River to the Noosa North Shore (fees apply).
- The Campground is located 7.5kms from the ferry by sealed road.
- Suitable for tents, camper trailers, motorhomes and caravans
- 4 grassed powered sites
- 4 bush setting powered sites (max. length 18 ft)
- Numerous un-powered sites in sunny or shady locations
- Coin operated showers ($1)
- Flushing toilets
- Two (2) coin operated washing machines
- Waste dump facilities (chemical toilet waste and general refuse)
- Charging station (mobile phones and other devices)
- Well stocked kiosk
Important advice to campers:
- During peak holidays the sites are booked well in advance, so check before you arrive.
- Arrivals must be prior to 6 pm (unless by prior arrangement)
- There is no town water supply, so please conserve water and bring your own drinking water.
- The amenities’ building has limited facilities. It is located some distance from many of the sites, so bring your own portable toilet and camp shower (there is a dump point for chemical toilet waste).
- There is no site sullage, site water taps or camp kitchen.
- Driving on the beach in front of the campground is prohibited.
- The beach is not patrolled by life savers but there is an emergency beacon.
Regular guests please note:
- The Northern Section of the Campground has been closed off to camping as it is within National Park. Refer to the attached Sitemap & Rules.
- In the interest of public health, the outdoor bore water showers have been disconnected.