Noosa Northshore Beach Campground

Explore and enjoy Noosa’s wilderness coast

The North Shore Beach Campground is the ideal place to explore the wild and spectacular Cooloola Coast on Noosa’s North Shore, a truly unique part of Australia. 

Set amongst the unspoilt bushland of the Great Sandy National Park and alongside the rolling surf beaches of Laguna Bay, the North Shore Beach Campground offers a wealth of options for bush and beach lovers, surfers, fishers and anyone who loves the great outdoors. 

The Campground is also a convenient stop-over for four-wheel-drive enthusiasts travelling via the beach between Noosa and Fraser Island.

The North Shore Beach Campground occupies a beachfront site on the stunning Cooloola Coast that stretches from Noosa Heads to Double Island Point and on to Rainbow Beach and Fraser Island.

Access to the Noosa North Shore is by vehicle barge leaving from Moorindil Street, Tewantin. Noosa North Shore Ferries operate from 5:30am to 10:20pm Sundays to Thursdays, and 5:30am to 12:20am on Fridays and Saturdays.

Access to the beach for 4WD vehicles only is located less than one kilometre north of the Campground entrance.


Choose from a variety of powered and unpowered sites with beachfront, open area and bush location. There are eleven beachfront sites with clear ocean views. Please note that there are no waterfront sites at Noosa North Shore Beach Campground.

See campground map

Local highlights:

  • Ride a horse, camel or bike along the beach.
  • Four wheel drive access to the Coloured Sands, Double Island Point and Rainbow Beach.
  • Beach fishing and surfing
  • North Shore Pub and Hotel.