Amity Point & Point Lookout Camping Grounds
Dunwich Camping Grounds
You must book in advance, and display a valid camping tag when camping on North Stradbroke Island. Camping is not permitted anywhere other than designated camping grounds within the Minjerribah Recreation Area. Amity Point, Point Lookout and Dunwich camping grounds are all accessible by paved roads. You will however, need a 4WD with a valid 4WDrive Beach Access Permit for driving on the beaches, and access to the beach camping sites. Click on the links above to see what each camping ground has to offer.
Booking Number & Camping Tags
An online camping tag will be issued a the time of booking, and emailed to you with your receipt. You can print this tag and display as outlined on the tag. If you are unable to obtain an online camping tag you can collect one from the our Reservations Office in Dunwich. The office is 200 metres up the hill to the left after you disembark from the ferry, opposite the Police station.
Camping Tags and Vehicle Access Permit stickers are not automatically posted out to you. Download a Camping Tag now if you want to print one out in advance.
Flinders Beach or Main Beach foreshore camping areas. You will need a 4WD to access these camping areas.
We allow 2 dogs per campsite. If you want to bring more than 2 dogs you just need to book more campsites. Please consider that dogs must be kept on a lead and under control at all times, and it may be kinder for the dog to be left at home.
Remember that as an owner, you are responsible for your dog at all times, and you will be asked to leave the camping areas if your dog exhibits bad behaviour or makes excessive noise. You must not leave your dog unattended at your campsite.
There are two off leash exercise areas on the island:
- Home Beach – (between Rocky Point and Rocky Headland in front of Point Lookout Hotel)
- Skatebowl Park, Barton Street – Dunwich (between the skate bowl and the fenced off area)
When using the off-leash areas remember to:
- respect other users (do not allow your dog to worry them)
- make sure you are within the boundaries (check signage)
- have control over your dog/s (your dog must return to you when called)
- dispose of dog waste properly
- not allow dogs to chase birds or other wildlife
- put your dog back on it’s leash when leaving the site
- not use off leash areas if you cannot control your dog
- Guidelines for staying in our Camping Grounds
Guidelines for staying in our Beach Camping Areas
Vehicle Access Permit Terms & Conditions