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Top 7 campsites that allow fires near Bribie Island National Park

The 2019-20 camping season has been tough for many communities in Australia. Visiting these communities and spending tourism dollars is a great way to help. If you'd like to support the communities directly you can also donate via the Red Cross or search for country fire departments across Australia and make donations directly. Stay safe and support our Australian regional communities.

Some fires are caused by campfire negligence. Whether you're new to camping or a regular, Forest Fire Management Victoria has a great video on how to have a responsible campfire.

Finally, always check the fire restrictions for the area you're visiting (VIC, NSW, QLD, SA, WA, TAS, NT) before and during your trip.

Photo of Coochin Creek

Coochin Camping Area Rd, Coochin Creek, Queensland

Coochin Creek

9 Ratings
Photo of Ocean Beach camping area

Bribie Island, Queensland

Ocean Beach camping area

4 Ratings
Photo of Poverty Creek

Poverty Creek Road, Welsby, Queensland

Poverty Creek

2 Ratings
Photo of Pacific Sun Friends

40 Quinn Rd, Donnybrook, Queensland

Pacific Sun Friends

0 Ratings
Photo of Gallagher Point

Gallagher Point Rd, White Patch, Queensland

Gallagher Point

0 Ratings
Photo of Chappo's Retreat

1-3 Spoonbill Drive, Elimbah, Queensland

Chappo's Retreat

0 Ratings
Photo of Lakeview Camp

Booking required via Email: [email protected] or Facebook Message * Must be Self Contained With Your Own Toilet, Queensland

Lakeview Camp

0 Ratings