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Eurimbula Creek, Eurimbula National Park, Agnes Water

Eurimbula Creek, Eurimbula National Park,  is a shady camp site within the low eucalypt woodland behind Bustard Beach and is a short walk to the creek and the beach. The site is pay to stay and not pet friendly.
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Eurimbula Creek, Eurimbula National Park,  is a shady camp site within the low eucalypt woodland behind Bustard Beach and is a short walk to the creek and the beach. The campgrtound provides drop toilets,  fire rings, a shelter shed, picnic tables and un-potable tap water. It is also possible to launch small boats from this camping area. A great spot for boating, camping and fishing.

It is recommended that high clearance four-wheel-drive vehicles access this site only in dry weather. Road access is suitable for off-road camper trailers and boat trailers only. Roads are not suitable for caravans or low clearance vehicles.

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Cost: $5.95 per person per night, or $23.80 per family per night | Bookings can be made online at: http://parks.nprsr.qld.gov.au/permits



Getting there: From Agnes Waters head south-west on Round Hill Rd towards Heights Entrance. Turn right onto Eurimbula Rd and follow about 20km out to site. Very rocky and then soft sand tracks once you enter the national park. 4WD + 4WD trailer access only.



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