Comboyuro Point camping area
Within walking distance of the Bulwer township on the island’s west coast, this site has 49 camping sites marked with totem poles and plenty of shade. Water is available, but it must be treated or boiled before consumption. Open fires are allowed, but you must bring all firewood from the mainland, as Moreton’s natural environment is protected. Note: mobile phone coverage is poor in this area.
How to book: NPRSR 13 7468 www.nprsr.qld.gov.au Permits: camping permit required
This campsite is located in Moreton Island National Park and Recreation Area
Regarded as the jewel of Moreton Bay’s sandy islands, Moreton Island is a haven for off-road adventurers (it's 4WD only) looking for a wilderness experience within easy reach of Brisbane. Here, only a 2 hr barge trip from the mainland, are long sandy beaches, clear freshwater lagoons, wildflower heaths and some of the highest sand dunes in the world. Anglers should check the Moreton Bay Marine Park map before casting off, as fishing is prohibited in some areas of the coast. Advance booking is required for camping.
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