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Ocean Beach camping area

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Guest A.
6 months ago
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1 year ago
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bruce c.
1 year ago

Favourite beachfront camping near brissy

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Top Questions

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Mike W. 10 months ago
Question:

Anyone got any photos?

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Laura W. 1 year ago
Question:

Does anyone know if you can park and walk to this site if you don’t have a 4WD? How many kms is it from the entrance? Thanks

Answer:

16kms, so definetly need high clearance 4wd by bruce c.

Answer:

Hi do you have any availability 22-26 Jan. X2 tents 6 people thanks by Martin r.

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Location

Bribie Island,
Queensland

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Closest

Caloundra

6.10 km

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