Camping Moreton Bay Region

With its wide open spaces, mountains, creeks, bays and beaches, Moreton Bay Region has a diversity of camping options to suit the outdoor and nature lovers. Whether you rough it in a swag or glamp in an RV, roast in a dutch oven or fry on a BBQ, enjoy a spot of fishing or like an off road 4WD adventure, Moreton Bay has it covered.

Bush camping in Moreton Region all vehicle access:

Moreton has a number of bush camping options available from privately owned properties to walk-in only Queensland National Park camping grounds that are ideal for the mountain adventurer. Surrounded by Beerburrum State Forest, Mt Mee State Forest, D’Aguilar State Forest and Mount Nebo, not only is bush camping a fun way to get in touch with nature but a scenic drive through the beautiful mountain ranges.

Caravan Park 'style' Camping:

These campgrounds cater for a diversity of camping vehicles, from RV, to camper trailer and large caravans.

  • Running Creek Parklands (Dog-friendly)
  • Webbs Break, Mount Archer

Bush camping in Moreton Region 4WD access only:

Bush camping in Moreton Region walk-in access only:

  • Middle Kobblebush camp, D'Aguilar National Park
  • North Kobble bush camp, D'Aguilar National Park
  • South Kobble bush camp, D'Aguilar National Park
  • Scrub Road bush camp, D'Aguilar National Park
  • Light Line Road bush camp, D'Aguilar National Park
  • Dundas Road bush camp, D'Aguilar National Park
  • England Creek bush camp, D'Aguilar National Park
  • Northbrook Mountain bush camp, D'Aguilar National Park
  • Lepidozamia bush camp, D'Aguilar National Park

For full list of 4wd and walk-in bush camping options CLICK HERE.

Bongaree Caravn Park

Bay & Beach Camping near Brisbane

With water frontage to Bramble Bay, Moreton Bay, Deception Bay, Pumicestone Channel and Coral Sea, Moreton offers bay, channel and beach camping experiences for retired nomads or families during the school holidays. Great for fishing, boating and swimming enthusiasts, many of these caravan parks are close to boat ramps, jettys and marshlands.

Bribie Island & Surrounds Caravan Camping

Redcliffe Caravan Camping

For full details on caravan park camping in the Moreton Bay Region CLICK HERE.

Pumicestone Passage and beach camping 4WD access only:

  • Ocean Beach, Bribie Island National Park
  • Gallagher Point, Bribie Island National Park
  • Poverty Creek, Bribie Island National Park

Pumicestone Passage camping boat or kayak access only:

  • Lime Pocket, Bribie Island National Park
  • Mission Point, Bribie Island National Park

For full list of 4wd and boat camping in Bribie Island National Park CLICK HERE.

Just Glamping at the Show

If you're stopping into Moreton Bay Region on your lifetime trip to the cape or just looking for a local spot to pull over and spend a few nights while you explore the region during the day, then the local showgrounds may be the solution for you. With wide grassed areas and clean facilities, several of Moreton Bay Region's local show societies offer the caravanning community a great solution for affordable short stays, outside of the annual show period.

  • Pine Rivers Showgrounds
  • Samford Showgrounds
  • Redcliffe Showgrounds
  • Dayboro Showgrounds
  • Woodford Showgrounds
  • Caboolture Showgrounds

For full details for glamping at the local Showgrounds CLICK HERE.

Free overnight hinterland camping

It’s easy to lose track of time and find yourself needing to pull over for the night to revitalise for the next day of adventure and discovery when your holidaying. Cruice Park is a free overnight camp spot for stays no longer than 20 hours. Pets are also allowed, although there are restrictions around the playgrounds.

Don’t Forget!

Purchase your Moreton Bay camping permit and vehicle access permit before you head off.

Make sure you’re camping trip is problem-free – do further research on which parks and forests allow motorhomes, campervans, caravans and camper trailers, take note of the camping fees, where you can use a generator and usage rules, and check up on fire bans and where you can enjoy a campfire, fuel stove, or BBQ cook-up.

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Acknowledgement of Country - We would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of the lands and waterways of the Moreton Bay Region, the Kabi Kabi/Gubbi Gubbi, Jinibara, and Turrbal people and pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging. We recognise the ongoing connection that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have to this land and recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the original custodians of this land.