Lime Pocket camping area (boat-based camping)

Camping fee No dogs/pets No rubbish disposal Non-vehicle camping Ranger Wood fireplace Canoeing Fishing Sailing Swimming

This tiny campsite (6 numbered sites) is Bribie’s most secluded and tranquil, but also one of its most basic. Access is only by boat from Pumicestone Passage, and campers must bring their own drinking water and firewood. Lime Pocket is north of Mission Point and Poverty Creek on western Bribie. There is no toilet block. Fishing is permitted near the campsite but not in nearby Tipcony Bight. 

Information

How to book: NPRSR 13 7468 www.nprsr.qld.gov.au  Permits: permits are required for both camping and 4WD access


This campsite is located in Bribie Island Recreation Area

Linked to the mainland by bridge via the Caboolture–Bribie Island Rd, beautiful Bribie is a popular weekend getaway for Brisbane residents and a relaxed holiday spot for tourists seeking sun, sand and a chilled-out vibe. There’s no shortage of activities on the island: 2 golf courses, scenic cruises, heritage walks and lawn bowls are on offer. The array of wildlife includes dolphins, dugongs and turtles. Bribie is east of Caboolture in the north of Moreton Bay. Advance bookings are required for camping here.


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