MV Beagle, Inskip Peninsular is one of five campsites at the far end of Inskip point, about 15 minutes drive from Rainbow Bay. Each site provides similar conditions and amenities. Most sites are protected and shaded by She Oaks, Cypress Pine and other coastal shrubs. 4x4 Beach access is available and the open beach provides a great place for beach fishing, surfing and swimming, while the protected bay side of the point provides calm water access for water craft. Inskip point is directly located across from the most southern tip of the World Heritage Listed Fraser Island. A barge company operates from the point over to Fraser Island daily from 6.00am to 5.30pm, 365 days a year. Fees apply. The Inskip Peninsular with its natural attractions is popular with campers all year round.
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Cost: $5.60 per person per night or $22.40 per family group per night. Children under 5 years of age are free. | Bookings can be made by calling 13 7468 or visiting www.nprsr.qld.gov.au | Camping permit required
Getting there: From Gympie, take Tin Can Bay Rd and follow it till you reach Rainbow Bay Rd about 50km out of Gympie. Follow Rainbow beach Rd through the Great Sandy National Park till you reach the town of Rainbow Bay, some 73km from Gympie, from Rainbow Bay take Inskip Ave and follow this about 10km out the the campsites at the end of the peninsular. Note: Not all campsites are accessible by 2WD.
Platypus Bush Camp, Finch Hatton
Mackay Hinterland, QLD
Platypus Bush Camp, Finch Hatton Gorge, in the Mackay Hinterland is set on 20 acres of lowland rainforest bordering Eungella National Park.
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